Understanding #systemd #2
systemd has incredible docs, some of the best I've ever seen, since systemd is so huge though it's difficult to find anything in systemd.
'man systemd.index' - index of man pages related to systemd.
'man systemd.directives' - list of all directives (variables) for use when creating or understanding units files (files end with .service or .mount etc)
'man systemd.special' - list of units that systemd provides and are considered important.
Understanding systemd #1
Contrary to popular belief #systemd is not just an init system. Take everything you know about older init systems and throw it out the window, that's what the systemd devs did anyway.
Init is one part of systemd but it also does things like process management, application resource management, cgroup implementations, containerization, networking, device management, etc.
I personally call it a full management layer.
For those that don't know I work at Red Hat. I do support and my primary focus is on systemd.
As there's a massive misunderstanding across the board with #systemd, from what it actually is to how do I properly create unit files, I was thinking of trying to do kind of a recommendations and explanations one toot at a time.
So if anyone has questions or would like explanations please let me know.
Sometimes I miss the days of the old internet. I grew up in the wild west of the internet and BBS's. The boards didn't have all these rules and codes of conduct's. If you didn't like something you kept scrolling. You had to have thick skin or you shouldn't be there. We sometimes dished out shit and sometimes took it. Then we logged off and continued with our lives. How things have changed.
Watch "The Scariest Film Of All Time" on YouTube - https://youtu.be/rZTIBo4ZlOw
Next time you grab your Amazon package just think about all the piss on the peoples hands handling them.
Amazon piss bottle.
In @FreeCADNews@twitter.com community member un1corn posted "the most complex project I have done to date", a W. Allchin steam traction engine, at https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?p=347598#p347598
Jubilee: A Toolchanging Homage to 3D Printer Hackers Everywhere
I admit that I’m late to the 3D printing game. While I just picked up my first printer in 2018, the rest of us have been oozing out beautiful prints for over a decade. And in that time we’v… https://hackaday.com/2019/11/14/jubilee-a-toolchanging-homage-to-3d-printer-hackers-everywhere/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1194996006800244738
I have to say how much I love the klipper firmware!
I much rather vi a config file to make a change to my 3d printer and not have to go through the hassle of compile and flash the firmware for each change.
HF Propagation and Earthquakes
For all the successes of modern weather forecasting, where hurricanes, blizzards, and even notoriously unpredictable tornadoes are routinely detected before they strike, reliably predicting one aspect of nature’s fury has … https://hackaday.com/2019/11/12/hf-propagation-and-earthquakes/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1194316457536036864
Improving Exposure On A Masked SLA Printer
It’s taken longer than some might have thought, but we’re finally at the point where you can pick up an SLA 3D printer for a few hundred bucks. These machines, which use light to cure a resin, are capable of fa… https://hackaday.com/2019/11/12/improving-exposure-on-masked-sla-printer/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1194361540532682759
Core XY Explained
If you are building a CNC machine, a 3D printer, or even a plotter, you have a need for motion in both the X and Y directions. There are many ways to accomplish this, for example, some printers move the tool in the X direction and the … https://hackaday.com/2019/11/12/core-xy-explained/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1194406916677611521
This Arduino Keeps Its Eyes On You
[Will] wanted to build some animatronic eyes that didn’t require high-precision 3D printing. He wound up with a forgiving design that uses an Arduino and six servo motors. You can see the video of the eyes moving aroun… https://hackaday.com/2019/11/13/this-arduino-keeps-its-eyes-on-you/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1194769535632596992
There has been lots of talk about CoC and political and other beliefs.
As I stated before in the past all are welcome here on LR. I don't care if you identify as a one eye purple people eater you are welcome here on LR. We will not ban anyone for their beliefs.
Here we don't care about your orientation, political or any other beliefs.
We welcome conversation and debates. We all know how to act like an adult and if you don't this instance is not for you.
Rise above it and talk Linux
Chrome, it has come time to breakup. You have just become to fat an bloated. You have dumped on my for the last time and I am sick and tired of dealing with your memory issues. I have moved on to something much slimmer that treats me much better without all the issues that you come with.
This is my official breakup notice we are through for good.
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