How to fix GPGME errors while using pacman
You should be using direnv to load your ENV variables per folder (project, etc). You can use it to dynamically load files, configure git, and more.
I remember. I bought the most expensive one they made, right before the platform went bust.
If you ever wondered how to install newer versions and bleeding edge ZFS on a bare metal (Hetzner)? Here's a writeup on that.
I'm starting off 2022 in classic yak shaver style; with something I'm not supposed to be doing for tenuous financial gain -- running Ceph on ZFS.
Wondering what happens when a hard drive you're using on a Hetzner dedicated server fails? Wonder no longer.
I recently reworked my storage setup in pursuit of both production and flexibility. Looking at the F/OSS space led me to OpenEBS ZFS LocalPV with Longhorn on top, and here's why.
A quick and simple guide to automating your k0s cluster backup with ansible and systemd. You can probably guess the code you're about to read.
If you're running on Hetzner, you might want to update your DNS settings to use some other resolvers. This can problem can manifest if you're trying to resolve DNS names that resolve to your own machines *from inside your own machines*.
Watch out for kernel version mismatches after system updates (i.e. updates of the 'linux' package) -- spooky behavior can occur if you're not careful
Moving back to Docker (and enabling rootless containers) after running into issues with Podman
Upgrading to Kernel 5.9.1 caused some issues for lots of the Arch faithful, in my case it wasn't graphics but actually Bluetooth that was heavily affected.
Bits and bobs to make working with podman a little easier
A somewhat succinct no-bullshit guide to setting up rootless containers on Arch Linux
Introducing Rhymote, a plugin and mobile application remote for Rhythmbox
Recovering from a post-update failure on my Arch Server
SSH tunnel sandiwch? The proxy computer is the lunch meat.
A small (incomplete) guide on moving from catalyst/fglrx to AMDGPU
Setting up a systemd service that runs a docker container