The English word "fascinate" comes from "To use the power of the fascinus" ("to use magic", "To bewitch").
What is Fascinus you may ask? Oh just an erect penis amulet that the Romans used to ward off the evil eye.
Attached is a rather dashing example of such an amulet which is more than just "an erect penis" (more common) and is basically some kind of erotic D&D monster.
I've just signed a petition urging electronics manufacturers to make their devices easier to repair: https://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/460/883/849/
I think this is important for us tinkerers and gadget lovers. We want our gadgets to be more sustainable (or at least I do)!
Just ran my first unikernel VM with Unik. Unik makes it pretty easy to build such a unikernel VM, but I'm still not convinced that this is better (and much more secure) than a lightweight Linux that just starts the service.
I'd like to see how well this would integrate into something like Kubernetes.
Took me 45 minutes to figure out that AppArmor prevented qemu from accessing my NFS share. 🤦♂️
Guess I'll have to update the profile.
[The Tragedy of systemd - YouTube](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_AIw9bGogo)
[Full-time] Linux Kernel Developer at SUSE https://www.fossjobs.net/job/10029/linux-kernel-developer-at-suse/ #jobs
The car I ordered pulls up, IDs me, and opens the door. I get in.
"Lock. Full privacy. Quiet. Lights out."
The windows blacken, and noise cancelling is activated. I sit back and breathe. After a couple of minutes, the car asks "Destination?"
"I am where I need to be," I say.
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
Major Version Updates of Bash, libvirt, OpenConnect Arrive in Tumbleweed https://news.opensuse.org/2019/02/07/major-version-updates-of-bash-libvirt-openconnect-arrive-in-tumbleweed/ #multiplemountprotection #python-setuptools #snapshotreviewer #openSUSEBash5.0 #Announcements #Kernel.4.20.6 #libstorage-ng #imagemagick #openconnect #openVSwitch #Tumbleweed #WeeklyNews #libvirt5.0 #RADVVulkan #glusterfs #Mercurial #sysconfig #DTLSv1.2 #drivers #flatpak #libyaml #python3 #remmina #support #Apache
Since I'm really curious, I'd like to ask everybody to also post their #basementrack. Come on boys, girls and everything in between above and beyond. That would be really awesome! 👍
And since I won't be in the basement all the time, this is the view I'll have most of the time. The performance is really good of course. If they only had a little bit more RAM! Next thing is the setup of KVM and LXD.
Apparently I can't typo anymore. 😆 The NAS (it) is of course *on* top.
However, at first I thought about installing Proxmox, but then went for @opensuse Leap 15 for various reasons. Installation was pretty smooth. Only odd things was that openSUSE tried to install the bootloader to MBR and not to the boot partition. But that was easy to fix.
Good news form the basement. I was finally able to do the wiring. One of the rack server is already running and the NAS has also moved there. Unfortunately the NAS is not 19", but there is enough space to just put in in top for now.
I'm a bit puzzled by ASP.NET Razor. This looks a lot like the really bad old PHP times. Am I missing something?
Wouldn't it be nice to have Capsicums in the Linux kernel? The FreeBSD volks seem to be pretty excited about it. 🤔
On the other hand Linux has AppArmor and SELinux and there would probably be a lot of overlap. Anyone here with a little bit more insight?
We are proud to announce that #Kubic officially supports AArch64, the 64-bit ARMv8!