SaltStack .sls file to allow root to log in directly
I’m lazy and I have bad admin habits, like logging into a LINUX server, directly, as root. Worse than that, I like to set the passwords all the same on the systems. But, this is just my Raspberry sandbox network so nobody cares. I wouldn’t dream of such a scheme in production. But now that […]Read More
How to Install SaltStack on a Raspberry Pi
Once you have the OS installed and (in the case of a Raspberry,) ntp working, you can install stuff. The first thing I want to install is SaltStack. With SaltStack, I can get the bulk of my system administrator tasks completed without having to remember everything to install. This will also be a little test, […]Read More
Ubuntu Raspberry won’t update!
Welcome to Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 5.4.0-1015-raspi aarch64) Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com Management: https://landscape.canonical.com Support: https://ubuntu.com/advantage System information as of Wed Apr 1 17:56:49 UTC 2020 System load: 0.0 Temperature: 45.8 C Usage of /: 6.4% of 28.96GB Processes: 130 Memory usage: 6% Users logged in: 0 Swap usage: 0% IPv4 address for eth0: 192.168.1.54 0 updates […]Read More
Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS on a Raspberry Pi
So, with the newest version of Ubuntu now available for the Raspberry, I wanted to jump in and see what they had to offer my Raspberry experience! Also, I need to have some Ubuntu in the network to see if I can configure Saltstack to handle an Ubuntu node for something that I’ve been exploring […]Read More