The Armada 385 CPU provides three network interfaces. Two are connected to the switch (but only one of them is used to "talk" to the switch), and one is routed …read more
I am lucky and get both IPv4 (without CGNAT) and IPv6 from my provider. Recently after upgrading my desk router (that is an Netgear WNDR3800 that serves the network on my desk) from OpenWRT to latest LEDE I looked into what can be improved in the IPv6 setup for both …read more
Recently I got "my" Turris Omnia and it didn't take long to replace the original firmware with Debian.
If you want to reproduce, here is what you have to do:
Open the case of the Turris Omnia, connect the hacker pack (or an RS232-to-TTL adapter) to access the U-Boot prompt …read more
On Thursday the lawsuit about GPL compliance of VMware's ESXi products starts. I support Christoph's position and share his view that VMware's product is in conflict with the GPL.
Read more on the software freedom conservancy's FAQ about the case.
I keep my fingers crossed!read more
After some reading and testing I came up with the following commandline to give me what I want:read more
letsencrypt --manual --config-dir $HOME/letsencrypt/etc \ --work-dir $HOME/letsencrypt/var --logs-dir $HOME/letsencrypt/logs \ --server …
My Squeezebox Radio does its duty most of the time. Unfortunately it depends on a single central service run by Logitech. Well, from time to time this service doesn't work which makes me wish for an alternative firmware that doesn't depend on such a service. Moreover it doesn't feel too …read more