Category Archives: Geek
Now that I have loads of files hanging off my Pi with zero redundancy, monitoring hard drive health is a pretty good idea.
So, out of the blue, my father emails me asking if Calin might enjoy a weather station. I figured he had an unused one that he found while cleaning out the house. I am fairly certain I have seen an unused weather station in that house before.… Read the rest
I wrote about rclone yesterday, which claims to sync your OneDrive files to your Linux host. This is something that Microsoft has failed to provide to the Linux community. I was hoping to gather all of my files, and then Jenny’s files, to one main source in the house, and have that sync with OneDrive in order to get the whole cloud thing sorted finally.… Read the rest
- I tried MX Linux, but it wants to run from a USB thumb drive, so…no.
- I’ve already detailed my not enjoyable experience with Manjaro.
- Elementary apparently wants money, so no. Yes, I am one of those Linux users.
I was feeling a little restless a few weekends back, and Fedora on my laptop was not exactly doing it for me, so I decided to try a new distro. Looking at what the cool kids are using, I grabbed Manjaro, which is Arch-based.… Read the rest
Man! My last post was in November!?!?! I have been on quite the ride since then. Someday, I will get you caught up.
What I want to document today is a new toy that I just discovered, called rclone. Basically, it runs on Linux boxes and allows syncing with Cloud storage services that do not normally sync with Linux.… Read the rest
Another 3 months has past and I needed to renew my certs. The previous method for taking care of NycNyne is still a relatively simple one liner, but matthannan.net continues to be a nightmare. Well, a hassle, anyway.
I went with the links in the Part 2 of this series and was mightily struggling with the first one.… Read the rest
Quick and easy guide to install the Unifi Controller on a Raspberry Pi. Get it up and running in 5 minutes. – Updated April 2019 –
Ramping things up for the great migration from Verizon FiOS.… Read the rest
This guy is like my spirit animal.
Make Raspberry Pi automatically update a domain after your IP changes. Gain access to your home server from anywhere with Cloudflare as Dynamic DNS.
I set this up in just a few minutes.… Read the rest
I noticed that there were plenty of ads showing on my phone this morning, so I immediately started thinking that either the Pi-Hole Pi had an issue, or Pi-Hole itself was acting up.
While reading the news, I saw that Pi-Hole is moving away from ad-block style filtering to straight up domain blocking.… Read the rest