Upgrading to OpenBSD 6.7: that was easy!

Posted on Wed 20 May 2020 in opensource • Tagged with openbsd

This morning I saw the new OpenBSD artwork and t-shirts that I liked instantly. But before ordering shirts, I wanted to do an upgrade. It could not have been easier. I must say that I always really liked the inplace upgrade option that Debian has been delivering for 20+ years …


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Rollback Jitsi packages on Debian

Posted on Fri 01 May 2020 in opensource • Tagged with jitsi, opensource

Last night new JITSI packages were released that broke in my setup. Making sure this would be the last time I break production by auto updating, I downgraded the packages manually and after that put a 'hold' in place for these specific packages. I actually hate doing that, because it …


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Vinindeling / Baksindeling provisorisch gefixed

Posted on Sun 29 March 2020 in scoutingwdz • Tagged with python, perl

Vandaag heb ik het oude teamupdater script in perl vervangen met een herimplementatie in python. Dankzij een speciale export optie die Ad voor me geregeld heeft, kan ik de team/ploegen indeling zoals die is vastgelegd weer exporteren, ditmaal als los CSV bestand.

Dit bestand foutloos inlezen is nog geen …


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Ansible role to deploy Jitsi

Posted on Thu 19 March 2020 in opensource • Tagged with jitsi, opensource

Giving the extra need for videoconferencing services, I created a quick and dirty ansible role to deploy Jitsi on Ubuntu 18.04 or Debian 10.

This is just the jitsi part, you may need to harden your machine for proper security. I have that too, but is not ready to …


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Gigatron build prep

Posted on Tue 25 February 2020 in hacking • Tagged with gigatron

With the LEGO build out of the way, now was a good time to check for the prerequisites for the Gigatron build. Somewhere in garage I found a crate with the multimeter and the soldering iron. The multimeter ran out of battery, that was easily fixed with a new 9V …


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