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  • qemu-coreos
    1 February 2022

    I am having trouble with a bearmetal install of CoreOS with raid0 and raid1 arrays. I decided to try out the config in a virtual machine.

  • CoreOS with Kubernetes on bare metal
    7 January 2022

    I use a raspberrypi as a home server, it runs a few docker containers and fulfills a number of roles. (web server, media server, CCTV hub, pihole, etc.)

  • Using the fondo flatpak to set feh wallpaper
    13 December 2021

    I wanted to use the nice linux desktop app Fondo but I use feh to handle my wallpaper display and therefore I believe this would not work.

  • what-is-super
    23 September 2021

    In ruby I sometimes encounter methods like this:

  • Derive metadata for rspec test
    25 October 2019

    Sometimes I need to add metadata tags to rspec tests, here is a way to derive the metadata so I dont have to add the data to every test

  • flatpak-desktop
    20 November 2018

    In the never ending quest to have the most up to the minute desktop features yet a supxera stable system I am currently using an Arch base ontop of a BTRFS filesystem then utilising contained packages like snaps and flatpaks to get none essential software. Currently favouring flatpaks for desktop stuff.

  • try-graphile
    16 October 2018

    I saw a post about (graphile)[https://www.graphile.org/] and thought it sounded like a great way to take a DB and use via a javascript client very easily.

  • Using systemd to mount my USB drives
    19 September 2018

    I setup my really old tower pc as a server for my house. I cant sell it (coz its shit) and hate throwing stuff away.

  • Bluetooth + PulseAudio in my terminal life
    4 September 2018

    I recently swapped from Arch Linux to SolusOS to give it a try… its really great distro and good for a work and home machine being great for development and gaming.

  • Find -exclude
    30 May 2018

    I was looking for a --exclude flag in the gnu find tool, there is not one, for good reason I guess but I wanted it without having to dive in and learn about -prune (you lazy bastard!), so anyway, I did this: