freesoftware, PPA

GPG transition statement

This transition statement can be also downloaded from here

—–BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE—–
Hash: SHA256,SHA1

I am transitioning my gpg key from an old 1024-bit DSA key to a new
4096-bit RSA key. The old key will continue to be valid for some time,
since I have no reason to believe that my old key may have been
compromised, but I prefer all new correspondance to be encrypted in the
new one.

This transition document is signed with both keys to validate the
transition.

If you signed my old key, I would appreciate signatures on my new key as
well, provided that your signing policy permits that without
reauthenticating me.

The OLD key was:

pub 1024D/7BEBC6C7 2009-07-01 [expires: 2017-01-14]
Key fingerprint = FCF7 7D8C C5CA 2CEE BA04 C653 697B 4A6F 7BEB C6C7

And the NEW key is:

pub 4096R/C724C83C 2015-10-23 [expires: 2025-10-20]
Key fingerprint = F68E 8B9A 4F66 5A1B 5E35 DFA1 13C7 0A5E C724 C83C

To fetch my new key from a public key server, you can simply do:

gpg –keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net –recv-key 0x13C70A5EC724C83C

If you already know my old key, you can now verify that the new key is
signed by the old one:

gpg –check-sigs 0x13C70A5EC724C83C

If you don’t already know my old key, or you just want to double check,
you can verify the fingerprint against the one above:

gpg –fingerprint 0x13C70A5EC724C83C

If you have both my keys, you can also verify that this document is
signed by both:

gpg –verify drdanz-transition-statement-20151024-signed.txt

If you are satisfied that you’ve got the right key, the UIDs match what you
expect, and if it’s compatible with your key signing policy, I’d appreciate it
if you would sign my key:

gpg –sign-key 0x13C70A5EC724C83C

Lastly, if you could upload these signatures, i would appreciate it.
You can either upload the signatures to a public keyserver directly:

gpg –keyserver pool.sks-keyservers.net –send-key 0x13C70A5EC724C83C

Or you can send me an e-mail with the new signatures (if you have
a functional MTA on your system):

gpg –armor –export 0x13C70A5EC724C83C | mail -s ‘OpenPGP Signatures’ ddomenichelli@drdanz.it

Please let me know if there is any trouble, and sorry for the
inconvenience.

Regards,
Daniele E. Domenichelli
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Kde, Kubuntu, PPA

KDevelop 4 rc1 + plugins – Kubuntu Karmic

Kdevelop 4 and kdevplatform rc1 .deb packages for Kubuntu Karmic 9.10 (with kde 4.4.2 from ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports) are available on my kdevelop PPA.

Kdevelop rc1 about dialog
Kdevelop rc1 about dialog

You can add my kdevelop PPA running:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:daniele.domenichelli/kdevelop
sudo apt-get update

Then to install kdevelop, just run

sudo apt-get install kdevelop

or if you installed beta9 packages from my PPA, just run

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

As usual, on the same ppa you’ll find some kdevelop plugins:

Official release candidates:

kdevelop-plugin-php (rc1)
kdevelop-plugin-php-docs (rc1)

Official betas + patches from svn:

kdevelop-plugin-executebrowser (beta1+svn)
kdevelop-plugin-executescript (beta1+svn)
kdevelop-plugin-xdebug (beta1+svn)

From KDE Playgroud (warning: Source is taken from svn and it’s not supposed to be released yet, so it might not work or might break kdevelop install, so use them only if you know what you are doing…)

kdevelop-plugin-extragear-upload
kdevelop-plugin-playground-bazaar (not building at the moment)
kdevelop-plugin-playground-controlflowgraph
kdevelop-plugin-playground-coverage
kdevelop-plugin-playground-css
kdevelop-plugin-playground-gettersetter
kdevelop-plugin-playground-git
kdevelop-plugin-playground-mercurial
kdevelop-plugin-playground-qtdesigner
kdevelop-plugin-playground-valgrind
kdevplatformveritas

Please report me any bug in plugin packaging (missing dependencies, etc.) but report to the kdevelop developers bugs related to the plugin itself.

Kde, Kubuntu, PPA

Cantor + R Backend – Kubuntu Karmic

“Cantor is an application that lets you use your favorite mathematical applications from within a nice KDE-integrated worksheet interface. It offers assistant dialogs for common tasks and allows sharing of worksheets with others. Available backends are Sage, Maxima, R, and KAlgebra.”

Sadly R backend is not supported in kubuntu (see here) because r-base package is in universe and therefore kde-edu package cannot depend on it.

Anyway, if you need R support, you probably already enabled universe repository, and you can find on my PPA with R backend.

To install it just add my PPA to your software sources (you also need kubuntu-ppa/backports repository enabled) and upgrade

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:daniele.domenichelli/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
Kde, Kubuntu, PPA

KDevelop 4 beta9 + plugins – Kubuntu Karmic

Kdevelop 4 and kdevplatform beta9 .deb packages for Kubuntu Karmic 9.10 (with kde 4.4.1 from ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports) are available on my kdevelop PPA.

Kdevelop beta9 about dialog
Kdevelop beta9 about dialog

You can add my kdevelop PPA running:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:daniele.domenichelli/kdevelop
sudo apt-get update

Then to install kdevelop, just run

sudo apt-get install kdevelop

or if you installed beta8 packages from my PPA, just run

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade

On the same ppa you’ll find some kdevelop plugins:

Official betas:

kdevelop-plugin-php (beta3)
kdevelop-plugin-php-docs (beta3)

Official betas + patches from svn:

kdevelop-plugin-executebrowser (beta1+svn)
kdevelop-plugin-executescript (beta1+svn)
kdevelop-plugin-xdebug (beta1+svn)

From KDE Playgroud (warning: Source is taken from svn and it’s not supposed to be released yet, so it might not work or might break kdevelop install, so use them only if you know what you are doing…)

kdevelop-plugin-playground-bazaar
kdevelop-plugin-playground-controlflowgraph
kdevelop-plugin-playground-coverage
kdevelop-plugin-playground-css
kdevelop-plugin-playground-gettersetter
kdevelop-plugin-playground-git
kdevelop-plugin-playground-mercurial
kdevelop-plugin-playground-valgrind
kdevplatformveritas
--- Edit: added right now
kdevelop-plugin-playground-qtdesigner
kdevelop-plugin-extragear-upload

Please report me any bug in plugin packaging (missing dependencies, etc.) but report to the kdevelop developers bugs related to the plugin itself.

Kde, Kubuntu, PPA

Kdevelop unreleased plugins from kde playground

I tried to build packages for karmic of a few unreleased kdevelop plugin from kde playground…

If you want to give them a try follow the instruction here to install kdevelop 4 beta8 and then choose the plugins to install from this list:

kdevelop-plugin-playground-bazaar
kdevelop-plugin-playground-controlflowgraph
kdevelop-plugin-playground-coverage
kdevelop-plugin-playground-css
kdevelop-plugin-playground-gettersetter
kdevelop-plugin-playground-git
kdevelop-plugin-playground-mercurial
kdevelop-plugin-playground-valgrind
kdevelop-plugin-xdebug
kdevplatformveritas

Source is taken from svn and it’s not supposed to be released yet, so it might not work or might break kdevelop install, so use them only if you know what you are doing…

Kde, Kubuntu, PPA, Ubuntu

KDevelop 4 beta8 + plugins – Kubuntu Karmic

Kdevelop 4 and kdevplatform beta8 .deb packages for Kubuntu Karmic 9.10 (with kde 4.4 from ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports) are available on my PPA.

I moved all kdevelop packages in a new PPA, you can add it running:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:daniele.domenichelli/kdevelop
sudo apt-get update

(you should also remove my other ppa’s if you just use only kdevelop packages)

Then to install kdevelop, just run

sudo apt-get install kdevelop

You might also want to try beta plugins released with kdevelop…
Just install the plugins you need:

kdevelop-plugin-executebrowser
kdevelop-plugin-executescript
kdevelop-plugin-php
kdevelop-plugin-php-docs
kdevelop-plugin-xdebug

before installing them, if you installed kdevelop-php and kdevelop-phpdocs packages from my ppa you should remove them:

sudo apt-get purge kdevelop-php kdevelop-phpdocs
Kde, Kubuntu, PPA, Ubuntu

Mountoid 0.33 – Kubuntu Jaunty and Karmic

Mountoid 0.33 is a plasmoid provides a way to mount/unmount devices from fstab (e.g. network shares), show free space and open mount point location in a file manager. It is fully configurable.

I updated the package on my PPA for Jaunty to the last version and added a package for Karmic

To install it: