Sometimes you need to resize a filesystem because it grows out of it’s available space. With virtual machines this is quite easy, just resize the disk. But…. how do you make Linux know the disk has been resized?Continue reading “Resize physical volume without reboot”
For my audio system I’m making use of Logitech Squeezeboxes, as I’ve converted most of my CD’s (yes I’m old ;)) to MP3 format. In this way I’m able to play/stream the same music throughout my house. Spotify is also integrated into this set-up so I’m able to play that as well.
But I also have a record player (old remember ;)) with vinyl records. It would be nice to play them through the same system….
It’s almost becoming a series about UTM, my quest of finding replacements for tooling I used on my Intel based MacBook Pro. This time a little article about how I’m using UTM as a replacement for my usage of Vagrant.Continue reading “UTM as a makeshift Vagrant replacement”
Sometimes you want to use a USB serial device at a different location of where it is “plugged in”. With two tools (ser2net and socat) this is quite easy to do.Continue reading “Using a remote USB serial device locally (Linux)”
I make use of Proxmox and sometimes you need to use an external device within a LXC container. This article describes howto pass a serial port to the container, but the procedure is the same for any device.Continue reading “Passing serial port to unprivileged container”