Hey all So recently i bought an amp that could also be used as a dac. This article assumes you have ALSA, a working sound card, and another device (USB DAC, etc) Here is what i did to get it to work with and included script to make life easier. First, i had to ensure … Read More
Sup all just wanted to post a screenshot from my pi-hole setup. Just discovered this a couple of days ago while looking for a temporary setup to block ads network wide. Installed on an RPI 1 running raspbian Click image to enlarge Check out pi-hole for a cool tool for helping the eradication of ads.
Sup all, I have written separate articles about this before but decided to put this all together into one article cause why not. The purpose of this article is to have google 2fa & yubikey u2f at the login prompt (assuming you do not have a login manager (i don’t)). This article is gentoo heavy. … Read More
now that i am back in i have decided to post an updated screenshot of the status page for no real reason. Click to enlarge
sup all so i’ve been working with a fortiswitch 224d-poe at home for a while when the thing went bat shit on me. When i tried to access the admin console i realized that i had forgotten the password. Below are the steps i used for wiping switch back to factory default with latest (as … Read More
hello all just returned from hacker summer camp and have acquired a couple of new yubikeys specifically the four and the four nano and have been configuring them in my gentoo install just for login. below are the steps to set this up in gentoo and pam for required authentication. this article assumes that you … Read More
I got very bored a couple of nights ago and decided i wanted to play some classic video games, so i dug out an old rpi and installed retropie along with all the atari, nes, snes, and sega mastersystem games i could find. Here are some shots of this: the hardware: Click to enlarge. the … Read More
Test was of my fios connection over wifi to my phone. ’nuff said.
so i decided to take some pics of my temp workspace just so you guys can see the mess. There are four different machines there: Thinkpad x60 Thinkpad x220 Thinkpad x230 Thinkpad t420s all are running either Gentoo or openBSD. Click to enlarge Click to enlarge Click to enlarge
This article is more for me not to forget. So if you are creating a symlink to a dir: mkdir ‹PATH/TO/LINK› mount -o bind ‹TARGET› ‹LINK› to make it permanent: add mount -o bind ‹TARGET› ‹LINK› to /etc/rc.local