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  1. Putting old Raspberry Pis to good use

    Why use a Raspberry pi at all?

    They're great devices for learning a different operating system when all one is used to are either Windows or Apple's Osx.

    I got my first pi in 2015, a pi 2b.

    My main machine was an Acer laptop at the time running Windows …

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  2. Trying out old CentOS images

    Trying out the oldest available CentOS images

    I use Debian all the time, however I also like CentOS for a couple of reasons.

    It's nice that Yum/DNF has transaction history and the ability to undo/redo a certain installation/removal of packages.

    What is however great is the longer …

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  3. Servers and clients in my homelab

    My homelab computers

    I have 4 computers at home that each have their own use.

    I have a desktop that I built in 2016/11 that is my main computer and which I use the most and code from.

    I also have a HP Probook 6570b which is my laptop …

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  4. Upgrading to Debian Buster

    First impressions

    I've been running Debian systems at home for about 3+ years.

    I really like the distribution for the package availability and quality.

    Buster(Debian 10) comes with kernel 4.19, which is a long term release(LTS) kernel.

    On kernel.org, it's said to be supported until December …

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  5. Running Docker-compose from Ansible playbooks

    Running Docker-compose from Ansible playbooks

    On my home devices, I run and maintain my docker containers(ct-s with my Ansible playbooks.

    But why use Docker-compose and not Docker Swarm or Kubernetes

    Because I only have four devices that I run docker ct-s on, and each serve a dedicated function at …

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