Public git self hosting can be desirable for a number of reasons, but you may not want the expense and maintenance burden of a GitLab or other ‘full-service’ git hosting options, so this article discusses a lightweight option for a browsing or cloning your git repositories via HTTP/HTTPS (web), as well as pushing, pulling, cloning, etc using SSH.
At the very least it gives you a way to keep a backup you control of your valuable source code and documents that are also on a large central service.
Create an UEFI (newish) ARM Hard Float (32-bit) virtual machine for Libvirt/KVM using automated image build using Packer.
Create a non-EFI (old school) ARM Hard Float virtual machine for Libvirt/KVM using packer to automate a repeatable process. The resulting image is meant to be used along with subsequent Packer provisioning to create a Libvirt base image, not be be used directly (although you can).
For small deployments (or home or small office use) you may find yourself in need of a ‘bare metal’ server, but not want or need the expense of an x64 machine. If the workload is not too demanding, a Raspberry Pi can be a good choice. The Pi has the benefit of being inexpensive, using little electricity, and taking little space. This article has been modified to use Raspberry Pi OS as the base instead of a customised Raspbian image.
Tools Used For this demonstration we show the use of Visual Studio Code We also use GitHub And Netlify Before Website Creating a Commit Create a Branch Not shown here, but you should create a separate branch to create a pull request. Edit the Post Stage Your Changes Not shown here, but you should ‘stage’… Continue reading Edit-Test-Website CI/CD Lifecycle Demonstration
These are some personal notes about setting up a very nice combined Windows and Linux productivity and development environment. It uses
open source software combined with some key proprietary pieces on a single machine and avoids the hassles of a full blown virtual machine. It is important to note this environment is geared to those who are used to the Linux ecosystem and are migrating to the new hybrid model.
As a base service for bare metal infrastructure I prefer my provisioning and configuration management servers to be bare metal which can be accessed without requiring other hosts or infrastructure. For small deployments the Raspberry Pi makes a great choice because it is inexpensive, uses little electricity, takes little space, and yet has enough power for the relatively low demands placed on the server (which also makes a full x64 server overkill).
A guide to configuring a static web server using Lighttpd on CentOS 7
A guide to configuring an OVH VPS (Virtual Private Server) with CentOS 7
Check the Debian Wiki first! Before reading this page you should try looking at the DebianCustomCD Page on the Debian Wiki because it is updated more frequently, and by more contributors. Possibly Simpler Alternatives One possible “alternative” to this procedure is to use the package simple-cdd. It is basically a wrapper around debian-cd and debpartial-mirror… Continue reading Debian Custom CD
Linux Network Monitoring Presentation ca. 2006