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Tag Archives: Linux
Neofetch: For Super-Cool Login Banners
While I am writing blog posts, this is one that I find myself searching for quite often. Be another one to bake into the Ansible template. If you want a wicked awesome login banner, like this one:
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sudo apt install neofetch sudo bash -c $'echo "neofetch" >> /etc/profile.d/mymotd.sh
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Fun with Proxmox, PRTG, SNMP, and a boatload of Mea Cupla
The Elitedesk 800 G4 Mini PC is just about 100% built, hardware-wise. I am waiting for the VGA Flex IO port to arrive. Looks like I put it in the cart, but did not press “Buy” for a few days, so, mea culpa.… Read the rest
Posted in Geek Tagged Fly like an eagle, HP EliteDesk 800, Linux, Mea Culpa, Proxmox, PRTG, snmp, Windows10 Leave a comment
OneDrive on Linux, Revisited
You may recall that I managed to get OneDrive running on my main Pi with the goal of uninstalling the OneDrive client from the Windows machines and just running everything via a mapped drive to a SAMBA share.
This has been…mostly working.… Read the rest
Revisiting Plex and NFS
The Raspberry Pi 3B is just a bit too weak to provide quick transcoding of HD files. But it has been working great for photos, podcasts, and music. I have long wanted to get the Atomic Pi back in the mix.… Read the rest
Top Linux Distros at This Time
- 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.
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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
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rclone: Cloud Storage Glue for Linux
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
It has been a really, really good day on the router front.
I am very happy with OpenWRT and you should be, too.
Everything is cranking right along with plenty of room to spare.
With the help of these links, I was able to get my DNS server settings pointing to OpenDNS, even in IPv6.… Read the rest
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