Kolab for Raspberry Pi 2

I’ve promised I would share with you the results of building Kolab for the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B I recently purchased, so here’s a brief description; First, I used an out-of-tree image composed by vaughan from the #fedora-arm IRC channel on FreeNode. Because it is on Google Drive and Google Drive sucks, I’ve uploaded… Continue reading Kolab for Raspberry Pi 2

Puppet is out, in comes Ansible

I manage and have managed thousands and thousands of systems during my career so far, and I continue to believe that a level of configuration management is required for any environment that consists of zero or more nodes. To this purpose, I had deliberately chosen Puppet — some 8 years ago. I’ve authored a couple… Continue reading Puppet is out, in comes Ansible

@Canon, you suck.

I should have known better and done my research in advance, buying a Canon Selphy CP910 for Lydia’s birthday. There’s no driver available for Linux, but there are drivers for the same CUPS software that Apple devices run. #fail. The printer will only take JPEG images. Not only will the printer only take JPEG images,… Continue reading @Canon, you suck.

RHEL 7.1 Support for Intel Celeron N3050

I bought an Intel Pinnacle Canyon NUC5CPYH, a.k.a. an Intel NUC barebone, for my home network. This ships with an Intel Celeron N3050 processor, which RHEL 7.1 is so kind to tell me has not been tested. However, the installation is running fine, so I expect this will “Just Work(TM)”.