Monthly Archives: February 2013

devconf.cz

devconf.cz at Brno is different than other conferences…not like CLT, LinuxTag, or FOSDEM. It’s very hard to find people who are not with Red Hat. Is this a bad thing? No. Red Hat is the main sponsor and if they … Continue reading &...

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Linux Containers (LXC) on Alpine Linux

In the past I was using chroot for running Alpine Linux on my Fedora systems. For quite some time Linux Containers (LXC) are available for Fedora. It seems that some other projects started to add templates for their distribution. Nice....

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Travelling to devconf.cz

Well, it’s was not an usual journey to Brno. I was on time at the airport at Zurich. But the train which Gerold took was delayed. This can happen. We were served at the Baggage drop at the same time. … Continue reading →...

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Breakout 0.2.1 available

Breakout.js 0.2.1 was released today. Most of the changes were under the hood. IOBoard was significantly refactored. Unit tests were added for the core Breakout files. Unit tests and lint checks are run automatically as part of the build process &hel...

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Desktop notifications for MQTT messages

zenity for notifications is working but there are more elegant ways of course. I will use DBUS because it’s everywhere… [crayon-59954dc2b785c216352687/] There is a simple version available using the Python bindings for libnotify....

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Zenity notifications for MQTT messages

While playing around with MQTT I wanted to have desktop notifications if something is going on. Adam Rudd made a solution with Growl for OS X. For a Linux system the first thing that comes to my mind is zenity. … Continue reading →...

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OpenWRT on an ALIX

Usually I run pfSense on my various ALIX boards for network purposes. But for the ALIX2D2, the version with two MiniPCI slot and two NICs, I decided to let it run with OpenWRT. There were two reasons for that: First … Continue reading →...

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