Newest Episode of On The Metal is available: https://oxide.computer/podcast/on-the-metal-13-ken-shirriff/
It is time to expand my knowledge of storage. I have a storage "server" that has a few 1.5TB drives in RAID, that I have use LVM and GlusterFS to expose to my network. This was worked beautifully. Now I want to add more space to this setup in three different ways. Mostly for educational purposes.
1) Add (a) drive(s) to my RAID
2) Add a second RAID array to my LVM on the same machine
3) Add a second data brick from a separate machine
These are my goals for February. #timeToBlogIt
I have a smattering of 7" and 10" tablets that have "died"... and now I am wondering if I could find a way to implement them as dedicated "touch screen displays" for my linux rig... maybe one dedicated to my OBS buttons... one dedicated to my Zoom/Teams/Slack mute buttons... the possibilities are endless, if I can figure out where to get started... any one got thoughts on this? They are almost all Lenovo tablets
I admit I'll probably never understand, but it infuriates me that women allow things like this to go unreported. Please for the love of god, report your abuses, immediately and with fury. You aren't the first they've done this too, nor will you be the last if you don't speak up. Need courage and help doing it? Let me know, I'll hook you up with the help you need.
Just updated my PoC||GTFO github repo to automatically rebuild daily. I am really having fun abusing the Github Actions/Workflows. Check it out at https://github.com/utahcon/pocorgtfo
Had a friend ask about on-boarding resources you wish you had that would have made the transition easier. Here is my list, please send me more ideas!
- Glossary (how many acronyms and nicknames does your team use)
- Docs, where to find
- Dir of People; w/ short bio; helps remotes make personal connections which
- List of Tools, and any shared configurations (spaces vs tabs) & dotFiles (.files)
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