Since 32 GiB SO-DIMMs are cheap at the moment, I decided to try an upgrade my ThinkPad X270 from it’s current 16 GiB RAM to 32.
I added a RLY-8 to my home lab. It has 8 controllable relays and can be talked to via network.
These are my notes on initial bringup.
Not a valid key file format (see man sshd) at /opt/vyatta/sbin/vyatta-load-user-key.pl line 96, <$in> line 1.
Turned out that the key needs to:
- have a comment
- not have any spaces in the comment
- be on a line of it’s own in the imported file (e.g. do not add a newline at the end)
loadkey to accept it.
Just the steps needed to grow a cached LV.
I use this cluster mainly as a Ceph playground.
For Ceph use I definitely did not want to mess about with serial console on the ODROID-HC2 (there are 7 nodes to install, there could be more). The instructions include getting rid of the need for serial console during first boot.
Since I seem to set up new Sailfish OS devices at least once a year (because I got myself a new toy) and I am lazy, I set up my current Sailfish OS device, a Gemini PDA, up to work with Ansible.
These are my notes on using Ansible with my Gemini PDA running Sailfish OS 18.104.22.168
For some reason, Sailfish OS on a Gemini PDA
has a very small
but an overly large
This post describes how to reclaim space from