Monday, September 17, 2018


Ubuntu Touch 16.04 for cell phones is out and it's not bad or a 32-bit OS. To add Privacy Enhanced Linux's anti-Google protection, you can hack their /etc/hosts file and add these lines from PELinux 2-14 R3, which is the only "officially" supported version:

I usually put it somewhere between the IPv4 and IPv6 sections just to keep the file neat but you can put it anywhere. See the pinned comment in this YouBoob video for more info:

Or just open the terminal app and type:
sudo mount -o remount,rw /
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install vim

Monday, May 21, 2018


The Linux community showed me no love so I won't be releasing any new versions. The 9-11 Truth community has been wonderful, however, and YouTube has been doing its best to censor them. In fact, the one smoking gun video that proves it's all a lie has mysteriously disappeared from YouBoob, so here it is:

You can clearly see that most of the jet fuel was consumed by the impact fireball in this video. You can also see what appears to be thermite cutter charges emitting a distinctive white smoke that's unlike the black smoke coming from the rest of the building.

I have to admit I chuckled a bit when the co-conspirators at YouTube got shot up. That's what I call justice! LOL

Saturday, February 24, 2018


While Firefox Quantum is more cloud-centric than ever before, there's another version called Firefox Focus that's privacy focused. In fact, when run on iOS anyway, it's sandboxed just like with Firejail Tools under Linux. It has a built-in web bug blocker like Privacy Badger. And it deletes all of the site data like Bleach Bit. So basically it does exactly what I was trying to accomplish with PELinux.


I bought an iPad Pro so have lost interest in a Pi 3 tablet. Touch support actually got worse since 17.04 (I know, it's hard to believe worse is even possible) but if you're still using this with a Waveshare 10.1" IPS (the best Pi screen at any price) I'd still recommend Beta6A. Just do an apt upgrade and apt update after first boot and you'll have what I was going to put in 7A. If you want to go 17.10 I'd recommend you edit /etc/apt/sources.list after that and change all instances of the word "zesty" to "artful" then apt update and apt-get dist-upgrade, rather than using Beta6B (17.10 was still in beta when I made it.)

Thursday, December 14, 2017


Did you really think they'd stop at lying and stealing elections? It's not just innocent Muslims who had nothing to do with 9/11 anymore.

God bless ISIS for sawing heads off. They're a true inspiration to everyone seeking REAL justice.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017


Like the recently released JFK documents there's nothing to see here. The fake news says they were kept secret for no reason at all and you should believe everything they say. Now back to hateful conspiracy theories about Russians. Never forget millions of Russians died in WW2 so Democrats could make fake news like this.

17.10 ALPHA 2

I'm using 17.04 on my production machines and 18.04 on my development boxes, so I really have no interest in 17.10 at this time. Probably won't be any new text/console/server images until next year when I'll build one from scratch again, instead of upgrading from these images

Hillbilly Linux, the #1 choice of bucktoothed rednecks

Sunday, November 5, 2017


Got a new YouBoob viedo of my original (version 1.1) Raspberry Pi 2B running 32-bit Murdock Edition (Debian 8 with backports) and my new Raspberry Pi 3B running PELinux64 BETA6C. Only thing to really note here is when importing an encrypted folder you need to resize the window to see the thumb drive and then right click the file area to see hidden files/folders. After that the wizard is fairly straight forward, just enter a name for the unencrypted mount point. If you don't know how to make a flash friendly partition/drive man mkfs.f2fs -- I like to format the whole thumb drive with no partitions just to make it even harder for non-Linux users to figure out what they're looking at.

Both screens are WaveShare, one 7" and the other 10.1" IPS. For what it's worth the colors on the IPS are fantastic but it's dim and hard to see outdoors. It also sucks more juice and requires its own power. I use two $10 Tzumi 2.4amp USB batteries when carrying it around, one for the Pi 3B and one for the screen.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017


Congratulations on being part of this historic moment in ARM64 Linux and Raspberry Pi 3 history. Announcing the first distribution based on Ubuntu 18.04, code named Bionic Beaver. Tacitus will surely record this event in his annals.
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Desktop: Xfce 4.12.3 (Gtk 2.24.31)
Distro: Ubuntu Bionic Beaver (development branch)
Display Server: X.Org 1.19.5
OpenGL renderer: llvmpipe (LLVM 5.0, 128 bits)
OpenGL version: 3.3 Mesa 17.2.2 (compat-v: 3.0)
Direct Render: Yes
Gcc sys: 7.2.0 (Ubuntu/Linaro 7.2.0-12ubuntu1)
GNU Make: 4.1 (built for aarch64)


This pre-release development version comes with many bleeding edge packages like Systemd 235 and LibreOffice 5.4 but some packages like PulseAudio are still at version 10 and will likely be updated before release. To be sure you get the latest version you need to periodically run apt-get dist-upgrade rather than the typical apt upgrade. Whenever the official alpha or beta versions come out is the perfect time, or that's when the dev packages are the most "stable" anyway, to use the word loosely, like TV "news". :P


Don't forget default boot config is for a WaveShare 10.1 IPS touchscreen and a Pi 3B with UHS-1 microSD card. If you're using anything else you need to edit those settings before first boot. Also, YouBoob video below assumes only one hard disk in your PC, so check to make sure your SD card reader/writer isn't /dev/sdc or /dev/sdd if you have more than one internal drive.