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Around 2011 Android devices based on the WonderMedia 8xxx-series SoC (ARM v5) were being sold as netbooks. This article describes how to get Devuan Jessie running from SD card on one such: a Craig CLP281 Netbook.
This article describes using Devuan Jessie as the firmware on an originally Android-based Craig CLP281 netbook.
Linux network monitoring presentation using munin and nagios circa 2006
Generating OVH API tokens for use with Terraform and other applications.
Since OpenStackSDK should theoretically make life easier for doing Infrastructure via Code, this is approach which which this learning effort has begun.
We start with a separate script that only generates userdata (no instance creation).
Further improvements to an OpenStackSDK-based ‘bare bones’ instance deployment
Adding security groups to an OpenStackSDK-based instance deployment
The final stage of the ‘bare bones’ OpenStackSDK deployment
Adding more a complete template to an OpenSDK-based templated instance deployment
Adding basic support for cloud-init ‘write_files’ in an OpenStackSDK-based templated instance deployment
Adding basic support for templates to an OpenSDK-based instance deployment
This page was intended to complete the OpenStack SDK with templated userdata portion of this Infrastructure via Code set
The binary constraint satisfaction problem (bcsp) is an important area of research because so many problems can be represented in this form [Kumar92].
Various definitions for selected algorithms against the Zebra and Sherlock problems
This section contains pseudocode of the algorithms used in the paper as well as a brief discussion of each algorithm.
This section outlines the algorithms used to generate the problems the various solving algorithms were tested against.
Conclusions regarding selected algorithms against the Sherlock and Zebra problems.
Bibliography and appendices for selected algorithms against the Zebra and Sherlock problems
Public git self hosting can be desirable. Here we discuss a very lightweight alternative.
For small deployments the Raspberry Pi is for servers.
A guide to configuring a static web server using Lighttpd on CentOS 7
CentOS 7 has been a stable and reliable choice for VPS servers. This guide shows how to install it on an OVH VPS (Virtual Private Server)
For your self-hosted systems there are likely hosts you don’t want internet-connected, but you still want to be able to do package installs and updates.
Often you don’t need a full mirror of CentOS and/or EPEL, so we give a working example of a partial mirror and custom repository setup.