The Wordpress.com gouging is over. Since I’ve moved to a new hose with business class internet and a new server rack with a High availability server/storage solution, I’m in the process of moving existing paid subscription services and other external hosted SaaS wallet drains over to self hosting.
Setup a Master/Master replication Server in a Container
setup FreeIPA server in a Centos 8 lxc container. There’s some gotcha’s
Issue: NFS mounts in fstab not mounting on boot but working with mount -a command works as expected.. I upgraded to Ubuntu 20.04 an noticed that my NFS (v3 and v4) mounts from my file server weren’t populate i.e. they weren’t being mount on boot (mount command didn’t show the NFS mounts). But when I… Continue reading No NFS on boot
Why no posts for a while?
Two years ago I began migrating away from the Appleverse to Linux and opensource. The biggest issue I faced was my calendars and contacts. I still use my iPhone and needed to have access and synchronisation between my phone and desktop. I overcame this issue and wrote a blog (https://webby.land/2017/08/11/using-your-icloud-address-book-in-linux/ ) Moving on and settling… Continue reading iCloud contacts on Linux. 2 years on
Lately I’ve been focusing on home automation using Home Assistant and I’ve created a GitHub repository for my configuration to help version control and roll backs (and another source for backups) My GitHub Repository
Using Raspberry Pi. Just a quick shot of what happens when you don’t have a FTDI. Google helped enable me.
I have few lamps that had switches in hard to get spaces. Since these lamps also had usage patterns that were very algorithmic i.e Should only be on when people are home Turn on when the room is becoming dark (about an hour before the sun is setting) Some turn off at a certain time… Continue reading Toe dip into Home Automation
I upgraded to MacOS Mojave (from High Sierra) and so far had a smooth transition. I had do the ol’ update upgrade everything for a number of things to get them to work (e.g. macports) but the one thing that I use a lot that wouldn’t play nice was the Beatport Pro application. Start crash… Continue reading Beatport Pro working on MacOS Mojave