The second part to my previous video on setting up a Minetest server on Arch Linux. This video is more about configuration and loading mods, as the previous video covered initial setup. Also discussed are the advantages and disadvantageous of using the Minetest GUI server/host feature.
Over the years I have built a number of computer systems, both desktop and server. In most instances I start by building a base system first, then add only the needed functionality. I choose this method because of previous experience with a wide variety of prepackaged options installing varying amounts of software I would not normally use, or even choose to install.
So rather than cover this subject multiple times, I felt it better to dedicate one post to creating a base starter system, then referring back to it as needed. This post will walk through creating a base Linux system that can be used as a starting point for multiple types of computers.
This is part 1 of my Fallout 4 Sanctuary Build. In this post I will be fixing the roof on one of the houses. Note I will be using console commands, so if you consider that a cheat, then you probably do not need to read any further. (more…)
In this continuation/conclusion of my last post on the subject, things have gone a little sideways, as far as installing a GUI on the Dell Optiplex FX160. The current version of the main Arch repositories do not have a working video driver for this computer. (more…)
We are now going to look at setting up the classic Windows style remote drive on a Debian server. Most people who use the Windows Operating System (OS) at work are familiar with this type of remote drive. It shows up in the file browser with its own drive letter. And in many ways it acts like the drive in your local computer. (more…)