Several years ago, I advised a friend of mine to buy the Cisco SRP527W, a SME DSL router with built-in voice capabilities. At the time, it was one of the supported devices for his broadband provider’s VOIP services.
After being abruptly awakened on Saturday morning at 4am (nightly cron job for yum updates), we found that an upstream RHEL/CentOS update had changed the minimum acceptable length of DH keys to 768 bits.
Merging upstream improvements into my forked repo turned out to be easier than I expected
A “One Ring” to control a dockerized suite of HTPC apps, each in their own isolated container
Not quite as straightforward as it should be
No, you can’t just “activate” an Evaluation version