January 6, 2022
I’ve been using Zorin 16 since around August 2021 on an external SSD. But, out-of-the-box Zorin does not support hibernation. As a result, I have to restart my work environment on every restart.
My daily driver is Windows 10, so hibernation is something I use often, especially when I switch to my Zorin installation. Would Linux support hibernation?read more
February 2, 2021
I have been using PiHole for some time now and have experimented a bit with the upstream DNS servers. Do I use my ISP’s one or Google’s or any other one out there on the internet? Either choice didn’t feel optimal with respect to our privacy, but what alternative(s) do I have?
I have been doing it all wrong!read more
September 27, 2023
This morning I noticed my server’s disk space was already used more than 90% and trends shown by my InfluxDB dashboards
showed, it would be fully depleted soon if I didn’t do anything about it.
So, I used
du -hn 1 starting from
/ to track down where the disk space was used, and it showed Docker was the culprit.
August 27, 2021
While I have been quite satisfied using a self-hosted official Bitwarden server,
the large amount of containers and high resource usage has always seemed over the top for a “simple password vault”.
Now, I ran into
Bitwarden RS Vaultwarden, which is a server-api compatible server
written in Rust as a single docker image having a lower resource demand.
September 23, 2020
When I started the graduation of my study Software Engineering in 2015, I was required to have a blog to log and share my findings with my university. At that time WordPress was an easy-to-setup and easy-to-use solution. That is still true, but it does have its disadvantages too.read more
January 29, 2021
As probably many of you, I have a personal and work email address. When working on my personal stuff, I want to use my personal email address for personal code commits and my work email address for work related commits.
Many a time I find I have used my work related email address for my personal work…read more