In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through how you can add a new bridge and/or VLAN to an OpenWRT based router using the LuCI web UI.
A (somewhat lengthy) tutorial showing you how to build a ROS2-based robot system for flying a spacecraft in the Kerbal Space Program game. If you’re just curious, or a ROS1 user looking for an end-to-end walkthrough of building something with ROS2, then this is for you. You’ll find text, diagrams, code and a video.
Over time, I’ve encountered various issues with booting my Windows 10 VM that’s accelerated using PCI-passthrough, VirtIO etc. I believe some of the boot issues to be unique to that kind of setup, and have not always easily found solutions to these problems online, so I wanted to document my experiences for the benefit of others.
In this blog post I describe the journey from buying a Rock64 single board computer (basically a less mainstream but more powerful Raspberry Pi), booting, troubleshooting and porting Arch Linux ARM to it.
Sometimes you might want/need to use NAPTR DNS records as part of your SIP setup. A while ago it was quite difficult to find DNS providers that support them and don’t charge you an arm and a leg for it, but the situation has improved quite a bit. Below are some DNS service providers that …
Setting up a Windows VM to use a graphics card via PCI-passthrough can yield great performance benefits for the VM. However, one loses the flexibility of easily moving the VM’s video output from one monitor to another; in the past, one could just drag the VM’s VirtualBox window from one screen to another and maybe …
My latest hack is for dual-booters: The OS switcher lets you select the operating system (OS) you wish to boot at the flick of a switch, anytime. Booting the OS of your choice no longer requires you to sit in front of your computer, wait for a boot selection screen to show up, and then press some buttons at just the right time.
My quest to setup a perfect VM to replace my native Windows installation continues… Can I install Windows on a dedicated HDD in such a way that I can run it natively as and as a VM? That would allow me to squeeze out the remaining percentages of performance if I absolutely have to.
I’ve finally managed to setup a Windows VM with direct access to my graphics card and my network interface card (NIC)!
In this blog post I’ll describe the process I went through while upgrading my desktop PC. Expect a comprehensive buildlog outlining everything from window-shopping to solving UEFI installation issues. Most of this was written around end of 2013/early 2014.