Some tricks and tips I have learned when dealing with technology.
I understand how things work in a default Linux installation. And Cockpit was just a web GUI running over the top of that. And while I have and do run a few servers, my foray into virtual machines has been limited to Type 2 hypervisors like Virtual Box. (more…)
The following video details some of my experiences setting up Debian and Cockpit as a Type 1 Hypervisor on consumer hardware. Needless to say, I had some issues, which I hope to resolve next time around.
Recently I dual booted my MSI Raider GE76 laptop, and it was an experience. I don’t mean that in a totally negative way, because I always learn so much from those “Experiences”. (more…)
In this post, the area of systemd we want to explore is networking. Specifically networkd and resolved. Networking in systemd works, but in many cases it can be somewhat more manual and clunky to setup than other methods. (more…)