Having recently set up netdata at home just to have some stats/performance dashboards for my home servers, I wanted to dig in a little and see if I could collect throughput for my EdgeRouter interfaces. It’s should be possible with the SNMP collector so let’s see!
As a personal note, since I’ve done it for family a few times now: Stage 1: trim out a short video clip Use ffmpeg to trim out the part you want. It’s ok to grab more than you need, you can trim it further in the next stage, but you don’t want to upload a
After upgrading to the latest LTS Ubuntu 20.04, I decided to stop using the old standard lightdm-gtk-greeter and give in to using Gnome’s gdm3. But I don’t like Ubuntu’s default styles — in fact, I use a vanilla gnome-session entirely to avoid the purple flash you get on ubuntu-session. After some research, I found you
I’m really liking my Pi-Hole.
Katie gave me a Raspberry Pi Zero W for Christmas, and while it’s also inspired other projects to come down the line, I finally settled on using it for Pi-hole.
Due to vulnerabilities in Transmission 2.92 and lower, it’s important to upgrade to 2.93+, except the Ubuntu PPA has not yet been updated. Thus, one compiles!
Except, I found that compiling on Ubuntu 16.04 and above, I then could not start the service with systemd.