So I’ve been playing around with NixOS on a Raspberry Pi 4 that I have at the house. NixOS seems like a great idea, but getting it onto the Raspberry Pi 4 is something of a beast of a process. So I wanted to document here how I did it. Most of the process is the normal NixOS installation process, with a few tweaks at the very end. My Pi’s Case is a Challenge Rather than having a plain Raspberry Pi 4 and writing the SD image provided by the NixOS team to that image, I have my Pi in an [Argon One m.
At work I have been doing CI for nearly 10 years, now. Having been working at Red Hat for the past 6 of those, some of the CI work that I do is available in open source contributions up on Git Hub. I plan to make a series of posts about that work, so I am going to start with this brief discussion of the very idea of CI before I get into working on the particular types of CI that I do.
So I recently grabbed a PinePhone, because my old Galaxy S9+ has been dying a slow death. The old one started out being finnicky about docking to the car, then charging became an intermittent hassle, then the screen started to die slowly. So it was time to get a replacement. Might as well go with something very different and out of place, eh? Why not take a look at the only generally available smartphone that was running an upstream version of Linux?
America has a respect problem. Well, specifically Texas has a respect problem. People respect others too much. You see, there is too much respect going around right now, and I won’t contribute to it. This week Governor Abbott announced that he’s going to be rescinding the mask mandate he has had in place since last summer. Texas ranks last in distribution of the current COVID-19 vaccines. Yes, the vaccine infections have been falling lately, but they’ve fallen before only to rise again when we’ve reduced our vigilence.
Hi, my name is Greg. I’m just getting started back to writing a blog, working with the Hugo site generator. So yeah, that’s what I’m doing!