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PackagesStableUpdate RequestHighHigh[qt5] upgrade Qt project to the 5.6 LTS version, requir...Deferred
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Task Description

Cannot mix incompatible Qt library (version 0×50800) with this library (version 0×50904)
Aborted

./Nextcloud-2.3.3-x86_64.AppImage: /usr/lib/libQt5Core.so.5: version `Qt_5.9’ not found (required by /tmp/.mount_NextclpprMnG/usr/bin/../lib/libqt5keychain.so.1

These two packages are directly affected by an older qt5...

Could you update all the qt packages to the LTS version available?

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestMediumHighMake Knock patch for Linux-libre 4.14 LTSUnconfirmed
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Task Description

The Knock patches for linux-libre maintained by you at https://git.hyperbola.info:50100/kernels/knock.git/ have support up to linux-libre 4.13 only (and I think it didn’t work for it when I tried it, compilation failed) but from all of those supported versions, the newest maintained generation by the upstream is 4.9.x

However, since newer kernel generations might require reprogramming the patch, I want to request it only for the latest LTS generation which is 4.14. As you know, LTS software are supported for a long time, so it’s worth to make it for linux-libre 4.14.x

This might not be really important for Hyperbola in the short term, but you are the maintainers of the TCP Stealth implementation for Linux-libre and I and maybe other people would like to use it in their projects for newer versions.

Plus, it would be great since while 4.9 kernels can use the GRSec+Knock combination like linux-libre-lts-unofficial-grsec-knock, with support for 4.14 anyone would be able to use a combination of newer patches such as Linux-hardened+Knock (Linux-hardened supports 4.14 and 4.15 as of now) which is what I’d like to do.
https://github.com/copperhead/linux-hardened/releases

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestMediumMedium[cups] update requestAssigned
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Task Description

New versión v2.2.7

References:

PackagesStableUpdate RequestLowHigh[pigeonhole] needs to be updated (depends on older vers...In Progress
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Task Description

Description:
The pigeonhole package depends on dovecot 2.2.29.1, which is in version 2.3.4.1-2.hyperbola1.backports1 at the moment. Due to this, I can’t use it

Additional info:
* pigeonhole 0.4.18-1

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestVery LowHighufw update/ufw bugUnconfirmed
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Task Description

There appears to be a bug with the current version of ufw, 0.35-2

Dunno if updating it would fix it, but it is kind of annoying and possibly security issue.

it says ufw is inactive when I reboot despite it being installed in the runlevel.

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestVery LowHigh[proj]: please update to latest versionUnconfirmed
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Task Description

Description:

https://proj4.org/index.html

This package have valuable geodetic applications, and I intend to present Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre soon in universities and schools in East Africa.

The coordinate system there is not WGS84 and this package only in new version is providing the conversion from East African geographic coordinates to WGS84, and will be very usable in many industrial and private applications.

PackagesStableUpdate RequestVery LowMedium[cantarell-fonts] update package version to 0.111Unconfirmed
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Task Description

Prior version 0.0.25 and below are outdated.

Since version 0.100 and later, there are some changes being redesigned from scratch, added three new weights (including extra bold, light and thin) but not italic or oblique styles, AppStream metadata translations from contributors, and more.

See the version history releases for more details: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/cantarell-fonts/raw/master/NEWS

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestVery LowMedium[lmms] update package version to 1.2.0Unconfirmed
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Task Description

In the latest version, it has many more changes with new and improvement features, and fixes function issues since released as preview stage in every eight times per three years ago[1]. And also it is possible to rebuild package with sndio.

[1]: https://github.com/LMMS/lmms/releases/ (see all sections below from 1.2.0-RC1 to 1.2.0 in the version history releases)

PackagesStableUpdate RequestVery LowCritical[qt5] request for upgradeDeferred
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Task Description

I know that upgrading Qt is not a trivial task, but would it be possible to do this anyway? Qt 5.8 has issues that other versions do not have. See for example the discussion here about Projecteur, a very useful tool. Hyperbola seems to be the only Linux distribution unable to run it, just because of Qt 5.8:

https://github.com/jahnf/Projecteur/issues/26

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestVery LowHigh[mpv] request for package bumpUnconfirmed
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Task Description

Hello,

Would it be possible to get a package bump for mpv ?

Currently, Debian Buster (stable) uses 0.29.1-1. This would be great as it introduces many fixes and support for lua scripts I heavily use.
0.29.* requires a ffmpeg to 4.x series as well.

Thanks.

PackagesAnySecurity IssueVery HighCritical[avahi] blacklist package since it's a zeroconf impleme...In Progress
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Task Description

Avahi is a zero-configuration networking implementation that contains critical security issues because mDNS operates under a different trust model than unicast DNS trusting the entire network rather than a designated DNS server, it is vulnerable to spoofing attacks by any system within the multicast IP range. Like SNMP and many other network management protocols, it can also be used by attackers to quickly gain detailed knowledge of the network and its machines. [0]

Since it violates the Hyperbola Social Contract , Avahi should be blacklisted.

PackagesAnySecurity IssueMediumMedium[cinepaint] unmaintained and unsupportableIn Progress
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Task Description

Remove “cinepaint” package since it’s unmaintained and unsupportable. Also, it doesn’t contains any file format support in the latest version (previous version supported multiple file formats).

I suggest use Krita (or Gimp 2.10) to edit 16bit and 32bit file formats or convert with imagemagick/graphicsmagick.

$ pacman -Si cinepaint
Repository      : community
Name            : cinepaint
Version         : 1:1.0.4-5
Description     : Sophisticated graphics manipulation programm supporting > 8bit pictures
Architecture    : x86_64
URL             : http://www.cinepaint.org
Licenses        : LGPL  GPL  MIT
Groups          : None
Provides        : None
Depends On      : gtk2  openexr  lcms  libxpm  fltk  ftgl  libxxf86vm
Optional Deps   : python2: for python plug-ins
                  gutenprint: for print plug-ins
                  ghostscript: for pdf plug-ins
Conflicts With  : None
Replaces        : None
Download Size   : 3.75 MiB
Installed Size  : 13.91 MiB
Packager        : Christian Hesse <arch@eworm.de>
Build Date      : Thu 28 Apr 2016 05:17:05 AM -03
Validated By    : MD5 Sum  SHA-256 Sum  Signature
PackagesAnySecurity IssueMediumMedium[openssh] CVE-2018-15919Researching
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Task Description

Remotely observable behavior in auth-gss2.c in OpenSSH through 7.8 could be used by remote attackers to detect existence of users on a target system when GSS2 is in use. NOTE: the discoverer states ‘We understand that the OpenSSH developers do not want to treat such a username enumeration (or “oracle”) as a vulnerability.’ https://security-tracker.debian.org/tracker/CVE-2018-15919

PackagesAnySecurity IssueMediumCritical[libjpeg-turbo] CVE-2019-2201Researching
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Task Description

In generate_jsimd_ycc_rgb_convert_neon of jsimd_arm64_neon.S, there is a possible out of bounds write due to a missing bounds check. This could lead to remote code execution in an unprivileged process with no additional execution privileges needed. User interaction is needed for exploitation

https://security-tracker.debian.org/tracker/CVE-2019-2201

Patch: https://github.com/libjpeg-turbo/libjpeg-turbo/issues/388

PackagesAnySecurity IssueVery LowHigh[octopi] requires suUnconfirmed
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Task Description

would it be possible to make it use sudo instead?

From what I know, sudo is safer. Let me know if you agree this is a problem.

PackagesAnySecurity IssueVery LowMedium[patch] CVE-2018-6951 - NULL pointer DoSAssigned
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Task Description

An issue was discovered in GNU patch through 2.7.6. There is a segmentation fault, associated with a NULL pointer dereference, leading to a denial of service in the intuit_diff_type function in pch.c, aka a “mangled rename” issue.

https://security-tracker.debian.org/tracker/CVE-2018-6951

PackagesAnySecurity IssueVery LowMedium[qemu] Multiple CVEUnconfirmed
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Task Description

CVE-2018-20123 QEMU: pvrdma: memory leakage in device hotplug
https://www.openwall.com/lists/oss-security/2018/12/13/4

CVE-2018-16872 Qemu: usb-mtp: path traversal by host filesystem
manipulation in Media Transfer Protocol (MTP)
https://www.openwall.com/lists/oss-security/2018/12/13/11

Patches included at above URLs.

PackagesAnySecurity IssueVery LowMediumDownload debian-fixes instead of relying on external so...Unconfirmed
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Task Description

It happened already with minetest and again with prosody: When trying to build own packages with makepkg there are patches downloaded from the Debian-project. But the given HTTP(S)-sources are no longer available, concrete example within prosody to be found: https://deb.debian.org/debian/pool/main/p/prosody/prosody_0.10.2-1~bpo9+1.debian.tar.xz (not available)

Please don’t rely on those external sources when creating PKGBUILD-files or just give users the possibility for a secure and granted download. Therefore I cannot build prosody on my own now!

PackagesAnyReplace RequestLowLow[appmenu-qt4] replace with appmenu-qt (qt5)Deferred
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Task Description

“appmenu-qt4”[0][2] is a deprecated package (release in 2012)[1] and use qt4 unsupported/non-lts software[3], but “appmenu-qt5” not contains any release source code[2]

$ pacman -Si appmenu-qt4
Repository : community
Name : appmenu-qt4
Version : 0.2.6-1
Description : Export Qt4 applications menus over D-Bus
Architecture : x86_64
URL : https://launchpad.net/appmenu-qt Licenses : GPL Groups : None
Provides : None
Depends On : libdbusmenu-qt4
Optional Deps : None
Conflicts With : appmenu-qt
Replaces : appmenu-qt
Download Size : 16.55 KiB
Installed Size : 48.00 KiB
Packager : Antonio Rojas arojas@archlinux.org Build Date : Tue 28 Feb 2017 05:59:31 AM -03
Validated By : MD5 Sum SHA-256 Sum Signature

[0]:https://launchpad.net/appmenu-qt (qt4)
[1]:https://launchpad.net/appmenu-qt/+download [2]:https://launchpad.net/appmenu-qt5 [3]:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qt_5.6_LTS

PackagesStableReplace RequestVery LowMediumPackage ossp has got systemd dependenciesUnconfirmed
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Task Description

Description: Concurrent package ossp in version 1.3.2-15 has got dependencies to systemd, which is contradicting the whole distribution and the used INIT-system. Therefore my request to port this to OpenRC!

Additional info:
* package version(s) 1.3.2-15

PackagesTestingReplace RequestVery LowMedium replace request: NetworkManager with wpa_cuteUnconfirmed
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Task Description

https://github.com/loh-tar/wpa-cute/releases

I know there are plans to remove NetworkManager. I wondered if we could replace it in 0.4 with Wpa_Cute. seen in the above link.

I haven’t been able to compile it, but it has been updated as recent as 2018 december (stable)

or 2019 january. :)

WPA_GUI doesn’t seem to work well for me, it runs into weird errors when I start it. Long story short, I run into this issue with wpa_supplicant when i do it manually:

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Wpa_supplicant:

Password-related problems

wpa_supplicant may not work properly if directly passed via stdin particularly long or complex passphrases which include special characters. This may lead to errors such as failed 4-way WPA handshake, PSK may be wrong when launching wpa_supplicant.

In order to solve this try using here strings wpa_passphrase <MYSSID> «< “<passphrase>” or passing a file to the -c flag instead:

# wpa_supplicant -i <interface> -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/example.conf

In some instances it was found that storing the passphrase cleartext in the psk key of the wpa_supplicant.conf network block gave positive results (see [2]). However, this approach is rather insecure. Using wpa_cli to create this file instead of manually writing it gives the best results most of the time and therefore is the recommended way to proceed.
Problems with eduroam and other MSCHAPv2 connections

This is my issue with wpa_supplicant sadly... and I do not know how to workaround that without a GUI.

but Wpa_Supplicant_gui does not fix it either, it doesn’t even load properly on my other laptop.

It says it cannot get the status of wpa_supplicant when I load it.

This could be an issue if you get rid of NetworkManager for some users.

So yeah, please take a look at my request okay? Wait for 0.3 to be released to add this if possible. I know you guys are overworked, etc... and it doesn’t need to be done now anyhow. ;)

PackagesAnyReplace RequestDeferCritical[bzr] replace deprecated GNU Bazaar to BrezyDeferred
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Task Description

Description:

  • replace deprecated GNU Bazaar to Brezy for Canis Major

Additional info:

Note: It needs a provide: bazaar and brezy

Steps to reproduce:

  • broken package
PackagesAnyReplace RequestDeferCritical[python2] replace deprecated Python 2 to TauthonDeferred
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Task Description

Description:

  • replace deprecated Python 2 to Tauthon for Canis Major

Additional info:

Steps to reproduce:

  • Broken python2 packages.
PackagesAnyPrivacy IssueVery LowMedium[avahi] avahi publishes the hostname by defaultUnconfirmed
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Task Description

By default, the ‘disable-publishing’ parameter in the [publish] section of avahi-daemon.conf is set to ‘no’, which can be seen in my opinion as a privacy issue as avahi broadcasts the hostname without the user’s consent even though this has been explicitly disabled in the settings of networkmanager.

PackagesAnyPrivacy IssueVery LowLow[purple-plugin-pack] Provides Napster support which is ...Unconfirmed
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Task Description

purple-plugin-pack provides access to Napster which is only useful with a single company and sever (as far as I could tell).

PackagesAnyPrivacy IssueVery LowLow[github] check github-related packagesResearching
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Task Description

We should check if the following packages run any non-free JS (like youtube-dl) or access a proprietary API:

- hub
- python-pygithub
- python2-pygithub

I haven’t check them, but they look fishy. Take it as a reminder, this is far from being urgent IMO.

PackagesAnyPrivacy IssueVery LowCritical[bleachbit] needs to be adapted to UXP applicationsUnconfirmed
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Task Description

The current version of BleachBit needs to be adapted so it can clean the new .cache/hyperbola/ directory.

Software DevelopmentHyperBKImplementation RequestVery HighCriticalDevelop a BSD descendant kernel for HyperbolaBSDIn Progress
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Task Description

Develop HyperBK (Hyper Berkeley Kernel), a BSD descendant kernel with GPL-compatible licenses preserved, non-compatible ones removed, and new code written under GPL-3 for HyperbolaBSD.

TODO:

  • Download OpenBSD kernel source code from OpenBSD siteDONE
  • Download LibertyBSD scripts to deblob and rebrand kernel from their scripts. → DONE
  • Push source to HyperBK’s project. → DONE
  • Rebrand OpenBSD kernel to HyperbolaBSD with LibertyBSD scripts. → DONE
  • Rebrand entire code (functions, variable, pointers, etc) under HyperbolaBSD → DONE
  • Remove files under non GPL-compatible licenses → DONE
  • Import code from another BSD systems under GPL-compatible licenses → IN PROGRESS
  • Write new code under GPL-3 → IN PROGRESS
  • Package HyperBK for HyperbolaBSD.

PATCHING NOTE

When the check concerns kernel, we obviously want to match with HyperbolaBSD.

Example of triplet check:	hyperbolabsd)
Example of uname -s check:	HyperbolaBSD)
Example of uname -r check:	0.1)
Example of C macro check:	defined(__HyperbolaBSD__)
PackagesAnyImplementation RequestVery HighHigh[murmur-headless] add a Murmur package capable of worki...In Progress
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Task Description

Description:

  • Add new a Murmur package capable of working without a graphical user interface. It’s common on servers and embedded devices that requires only interfaces like network (eg. SSH) or serial port to handle services.

Additional info:

  • based on murmur 1.2.19-5

Steps to reproduce:

  • none
PackagesAnyImplementation RequestVery HighHigh[asterisk-headless] add an Asterisk package capable of ...In Progress
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Task Description

Description:

  • Add an Asterisk package capable of working without a graphical user interface. It’s common on servers and embedded devices that requires only interfaces like network (eg. SSH) or serial port to handle services.

Additional info:

  • based on asterisk 14.4.0-1

Steps to reproduce:

  • none
PackagesAnyImplementation RequestVery HighMedium[coturn] add new packageUnconfirmed
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Task Description

Description:

  • add new package

Additional info:

Steps to reproduce:

  • none
PackagesAnyImplementation RequestVery HighMedium[mediagoblin] add GNU MediaGoblin packageUnconfirmed
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Task Description

Description:

  • add GNU MediaGoblin package

Additional info:

  • none

Steps to reproduce:

  • none
Software DevelopmentGeneralImplementation RequestVery HighCriticalPOWER (ppc64le) portingDeferred
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Task Description

The unfortunate reality is that x86 computers come encumbered with built-in low-level backdoors like the Intel Management Engine , as well as nonfree boot firmware. This means that users can’t gain full control over their computers, even if they install a free operating system such as Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre .

Hyperbola is working hard to fix these issues and getting closer every day, but for the time being, this is why many current Respects Your Freedom (RYF) offerings are refurbished older devices.

For the future of free computing, we need support architectures that do not come with such malware pre-installed, and the Power9-based Talos II promises to be a great architecture example for workstations and servers environments where Hyperbola is focused since is a fully free long-term support distribution.

Devices like this are the future of computing that Respects Your Freedom and for that reason it’s a high priority for Hyperbola port all packages for the POWER architecture (power64le).

NOTE: POWER porting is focused only for Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre .

Software DevelopmentGeneralImplementation RequestVery HighCriticalARM (aarch and armv7h) portingDeferred
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Task Description

The unfortunate reality is that x86 computers come encumbered with built-in low-level backdoors like the Intel Management Engine , as well as nonfree boot firmware. This means that users can’t gain full control over their computers, even if they install a free operating system such as Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre .

Hyperbola is working hard to fix these issues and getting closer every day, but for the time being, this is why many current Respects Your Freedom (RYF) offerings are refurbished older devices.

For the future of free computing, we need support architectures that do not come with such malware pre-installed, and ARM A7/A53 promises to be a great architecture example for low-power computers, laptops and embedded systems.

NOTE: ARM porting is focused only for HyperbolaBSD .

PackagesAnyImplementation RequestMediumMedium[uzem][uzebox] add uzem emulator and uzebox firmware pa...Assigned
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Task Description

Add “uzem” emulator and “uzebox” firmware packages[0][1].

It’s a emulator and firmware for fully free 8bit game console.

[0]:http://belogic.com/uzebox/index.asp (no https found)
[1]:https://github.com/Uzebox/uzebox

PackagesAnyImplementation RequestMediumMedium[ncdu] add new packageDeferred
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Task Description

PKGBUILD

# $Id: PKGBUILD 187611 2016-08-26 15:44:01Z bisson $
# Contributor: lp76 <l.peduto@gmail.com>
# Contributor: Daenyth <Daenyth+Arch AT gmail DOT com>
# Maintainer: Gaetan Bisson <bisson@archlinux.org>

pkgname=ncdu
pkgver=1.12
pkgrel=1.hyperbola1
pkgdesc='Disk usage analyzer with an ncurses interface'
url='https://dev.yorhel.nl/ncdu'
license=('custom:MIT')
depends=('ncurses')
arch=('i686' 'x86_64')
validpgpkeys=('74460D32B80810EBA9AFA2E962394C698C2739FA')
source=("https://dev.yorhel.nl/download/${pkgname}-${pkgver}.tar.gz"{,.asc})
sha512sums=('20620dd79d2af878442769e097f13806f64f23875dcb85ebccd573a3de43aba5663d496049b64015d13f9a79d624298032c008ef61dfb6f61d8b12902b8dca12'
            'SKIP')

build() {
    cd "${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}"
    ./configure --prefix=/usr
    make
}

package() {
    cd "${srcdir}/${pkgname}-${pkgver}"
    make DESTDIR="${pkgdir}" install
    install -Dm644 COPYING "${pkgdir}/usr/share/licenses/${pkgname}/LICENSE"
}
PackagesAnyImplementation RequestMediumMedium[searx] add new packageDeferred
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Task Description

Hi André, you could make an init for the searx search engine, it happens that
I want to launch it from local to avoid being in searx.me or
searx.riseup.net.

I have seen that there is a PKGBUILD in AUR [0]. I think it is necessary to make one with the init Openrc

[0]: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/searx-py3/

ServicesFlyspray BrandingImplementation RequestMediumMediumAdd Hyperbola branding to HyperTaskIn Progress
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Task Description

Add Hyperbola branding to HyperTask such as HyperWiki and HyperForum for prolixity reasons.

ServicesHyperWiki/DokuWikiImplementation RequestMediumMediumLibreboot hardening grub guideUnconfirmed
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Task Description

I don’t know if this is the best place for this, but I get stuck on the hardening the grub guide from libreboot,

https://libreboot.org/docs/gnulinux/grub_hardening.html

I wondered if there is anything different that needs to be done to get this part done:

gpg –homedir keys –detach-sign my.initramfs
gpg –homedir keys –detach-sign my.kernel
gpg –homedir keys –detach-sign libreboot_grub.cfg
gpg –homedir keys –detach-sign my.grubtest.cfg

it gives me a bunch of weird errors

PackagesAnyImplementation RequestMediumLowScid vs. PC – PGN Reader/ChessBaseUnconfirmed
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Task Description

http://scidvspc.sourceforge.net/

PackagesAnyImplementation RequestMediumLowStockfish Chess EngineUnconfirmed
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Task Description

«Unlike most chess engines, Stockfish is open source (GPL license). That means you can read the code, modify it, contribute back, and even use it in your own projects.» I do not know if it is libre. If it is, together with Scid, Hyperbola is one step closer for every chess lover out there who also loves freedom!
https://stockfishchess.org/

PackagesTestingImplementation RequestMediumMediumlinux-libre-lts-hypersec: New package with extra securi...Deferred
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Task Description

Description: Per a user request and to better secure the kernel, we can embed the cryptsetup and ciphers in the kernel. This would mean rather than exposed modules, they are built-in to the kernel and ready to use even without an intramfs.

To be embedded: ciphers aes, twofish, serpent; sha256, sha512 - and the necessary modules (don’t forget the block modes xts, lvm and cryptsetup ...)

Additionally, we could include USB Guard and any other features that meet our social contract and security outlook.

Software DevelopmentHyperToolsImplementation RequestLowLow[hypertools] create libretools replacement for Hyperbol...Deferred
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Task Description

Create hypertools to replace libretools package for HyperbolaBSD and GNU/Linux

It’s long period to develop this package.
For now, a systemd-nspawn wrapper is being developed for “libretools”[0]

[0]:https://issues.hyperbola.info/index.php?do=details&task_id=86

PackagesAnyImplementation RequestLowLow[nut] add Network UPS Tools 2.7.x packageAssigned
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Task Description

Add “nut” package.

Useful for uninterruptible power supplies, power distribution units, solar controllers and servers power supply units.

PackagesTestingImplementation RequestLowMedium[spacefm] add new packageIn Progress
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Task Description

Add SpaceFM File Manager for Hyperbola

Aur Package: spacefm Debian Package: spacefm

PackagesAnyImplementation RequestLowLow[codecrypt] add new packageUnconfirmed
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Task Description

This is a GnuPG-like unix program for encryption and signing that uses only quantum-computer-resistant algorithms:

  McEliece cryptosystem (compact QC-MDPC variant) for encryption
  Hash-based Merkle tree algorithm (FMTSeq variant) for digital signatures

Codecrypt is free software. The code is licensed under terms of LGPL3 in a good hope that it will make combinations with other tools easier.

PackagesAnyImplementation RequestLowLow[opmsg] add new packageResearching
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Task Description

Description: opmsg is a replacement for gpg which can encrypt/sign/verify your mails or create/verify detached signatures of local files. Even though the opmsg output looks similar, the concept is entirely different.

Additional info:
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/opmsg/

PackagesAnyImplementation RequestVery LowLow[3proxy] add package since it's useful for tor on ftp p...Deferred
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Task Description

Add “3proxy”[0] package

Useful for tor on ftp proxy[1]

[0]:https://github.com/z3APA3A/3proxy [1]:https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/TorifyHOWTO/FTP

PackagesAnyImplementation RequestVery LowLow[plymouth] add packageDeferred
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Task Description

Plymouth is an application that runs very early in the boot process (even before the root filesystem is mounted!) that provides a graphical boot animation while the boot process happens in the background.

Please implement plymouth as an optional package.

PackagesTestingImplementation RequestVery LowMedium[yaics] add packageDeferred
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Task Description

Yaics is a simple GNU social client written in C++ and Qt and licensed under the GNU GPL 3.0 (or later).

Please implement yaics as an optional package.

https://stigatle.no/yaics/

https://gitlab.com/stigatle/yaics

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