Been some time since the last time I bloged about something. I should really finish at least some of the half written stuff I have lying around. But thanks to failing #CI job to build my #blog (aren't the static websites cool?) I actually managed to finish something short about my move to #fediverse http://michal.hrusecky.net/2023/03/joining-the-fediverse/
#opensource enthusiast living in Prague who likes to play with #SBC, uses and contributes to #openSUSE and currently works on #Turris . Apart from that #sysadmin loving #saltstack and C/C++ #programmer.
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We have our booth at #ITPartners setup and ready. Event has started so waiting for the firsts visitors. Wonder what will be the most popular topic - #Turris, #KnotDNS, #KnotResolver, #Bird or just #opensource in general? We will see :-)
Actually that reminds me, I probably should share some #news from #Turris from time to time :-)
Well, we released a new #Sentinel #security #report yesterday, you can find all of them on our website: https://view.sentinel.turris.cz/reports/
Apart from that, we have new pictures for our upcoming devices. #SG1 - small, #portable and affordable #router and Turris Omnia Enterprise - #10GBit powerful router.
On my way to France for #ITPartners conference. A little bit different type of event that I'm used to. It focuses on B2B - distributors and vendors presenting themselves to the companies in France. We are there not only as #Turris but also representing the rest of #CZNIC, so we will be talking about the #opensource development we do like #knot and #bird. I wonder how will this setup work in general and especially with this kind of audience.
About three weeks ago, my favorite #Twitter client stopped working. I was playing here so I decided to postpone searching for an alternative. Went to search for it today just to find out that there are no more third party clients and no API. I guess that means I'll stay in #fediverse although I originally wanted to keep both places...
Just a little bit of shameless bragging about my home #infrastructure directly under control of my #SaltStack master: #arm #riscv
Was looking for a fresh #openSUSE #Tumbleweed installation and I found something called #Yomi. Wondered what that is, started reading more about it just to find out that it is supercool! It is "Yet one more installer" and it is installer replacement based on #SaltStack. You can #orchestrate your server from the moment it boots for the first time and have the whole installation procedure written in your pillar! Awesome!
Still playing my my shiny new toy - #risv #sbc StarFive VisionFive 2. I was searching for some other CPU #benchmark to run on it and came across #7zip This time it seems that my old #pine64 lost. Although to be fair, it's just 1.1GHz while VisionFive is 1.5GHz but I was worried after cryptsetup benchmark. I'll try to figure out more benchmarks and test before making it part of my home infrastructure. Suggestions are welcome.
I need to do some proper benchmark of my new toy #riscv #sbc StarFive VisionFive 2. But got to do some real basic one. Run cryptsetup benchmark on my aged #pine64 #armv8 and on the #visionfive2 The outcome? Pine as about twice as fast. Except AES where the hardware acceleration clearly shows. But it might get better with time, I guess current task at hand was to get it running and not to play with some optimization. Will do more benchmarks and will put it in some blogpost.