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So in my going down a rabbit hole looking for solutions to implement at work I came across PandoraFMS monitoring. While this will not be implemented at my work I figured I'd throw it in my home lab quick to monitor my network/servers.
It was fairly easy to set up. Now I'll know in greater detail what's going on in my environment!
I've been tasked with finding a solution for pushing out gold images to workstations and hypervisors at work. I'd prefer to use Open Source software for this, but I also need it to be able to push out Windows server and Windows 10.
United Federation of Instances, do you have any suggestions?
If any devs are interested in a side project; I’m still up for building a chat app with the amazing UX of Instagram Threads, but running on https://matrix.org/ (which is the future) instead of Facebook (which is the devil)
Deadline to accept #WhatsApp's new terms of service is tomorrow - will you suck up to it? Make no mistake, there's a whole world of alternatives out there for instant messaging AND video/voice calling over the internet. Check out a few:
Damn I love having a home lab. We got an alert last night from our linux machines at work that a new local user (USBMUX) had been added. Our Developer who uses those machines had no idea who added it, and I, the only sysadmin didn't add it. It looks like it's a user for a daemon to allow apple products to connect to Linux via USB
I'm getting a personalized crash course in server setup and management from a @Linux4Everyone fan. He's even giving me homework!
For fun you can track my progress here: https://github.com/orgs/Linux-For-Everyone/projects/1
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