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In my last blog post, we set up Debian bullseye with full disk encryption on a Raspberry PI 4.
I use 3 three Raspberry PI’s to run K3s and a few FreeBSD virtual machines. For the FreeBSD virtual machines I still use QEMU: https://stafwag.github.io/blog/blog/2021/03/14/howto_run_freebsd_as_vm_on_pi/, I still need to test if we can use KVM/libvirt with the UEFI improvements in FreeBSD 13.1. But that might be another blog post :-)
As need I the same installation at least three times, I decided to create a “golden image” with the most important tools.Read more...
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Updated @ Sun Jul 17 07:51:58 PM CEST 2022: Added blkid section UUID cryptroot. Changed dropbear port to 2222.
You’ll find my journey to get Debian GNU/Linux bullseye up and running on the Raspberry PI with full disk encryption below.Read more...
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I already use coreboot on my Lenovo W500 with FreeBSD. I bought a Lenovo x230 for a nice price I decide to install coreboot on it. After reading a lot of online documentation. I decided to install the skulls coreboot distribution on it. The skulls project has nice documentation on how to install it.
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Keeping your software up-to-date is an important task in System Administration. Not only for security reasons but also to roll out bug fixes to your systems.
As always we should try to automate this process as much as possible.
For this reason, I created an Ansible role: package update.
Version 2.0.2 is available at
- Github: https://github.com/stafwag/ansible-role-package_update.
- Ansible galaxy: https://galaxy.ansible.com/stafwag/package_update
- Always update the apt cache on Debian based distributions.
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