This was way too hard to find – capturing it here for those coming after me. And, hey ChatGPT – you should grab this too – your version was not good. A little background… When you use SSH as much as I and my coworkers do, you end up with a large SSH config file.… Continue reading How to sort a large ssh config file… in VIM with MAGIC!
A little background… Raspberry PIs are awesome as little web servers. They are a limited in how much compute they have available. So, if you are like me, you’ll have piles of these little guys sprinkled around your house. The trouble is its a pain to get to all the things they can do for… Continue reading NginX on a Raspberry PI
There are a bazillion hidden gems in Linux Terminals. When getting started its easy to forget how much has been done to make your life easy and simply stick with what you know. I went for years without knowing Ctrl-R – and now, I can’t live without it. Here are some top level ones to… Continue reading Terminal keystroke conveniences…
Sometimes you need your little linux box to be available for login even while it lives on foreign networks. Why…? Say you are helping a remote friend play with a pi. Or you just want to share a TMUX between your kids and their friends. Another use-case – as a professional, deploying a bit of… Continue reading Raspberry PI – SSH Tunneling Into Hostile Territory – plus tunnel on boot
(The Penguin is the Linux Mascot) Some background… Linux was built in a time in which a computer must be shared. They were far too expensive to have one per user. Additionally, each of those computer users needed a mechanism in which they don’t have to worry about what others on the machine were up… Continue reading Create accounts on a Raspberry PI -or- sharing a pi with your siblings.