This page aggregates together stuff having to do with Joey from elsewhere on the net.
"brown ocean" cyclone headed this way http://www.wunderground.com/blog/JeffMasters/comment.html?entrynum=3020
Plus: Perhaps my tomatoes won't dry up while I'm off camping. Minus: Camping...
Afternoon snack of daylilies down at the river. Picked black raspberries at dusk.
Woke up at 5 am, reviewed code until 6, read until 9, slept until 10, drove thru neighbor's field to avoid capsized house-on-semi.
haiku for deterministic builds http://source.ikiwiki.branchable.com/?p=source.git;a=commitdiff;h=361076e55d329c0297b2ddf450003ee7ce210925 by smcv
Ads for ad blockers... WTFirefox?
ISumaTV is doing content distribution in Northern regions of Canada using git-annex, and free software built on top of it. I like to imagine this involves bush planes and dog sleds and satellite receivers with my software on them, but I really don't know the human-interest details.
We programmers so rarely do, often all we get to see is the bug reports..
http://www.isuma.tv/media-players-network and http://isuma-media-players.readthedocs.org/en/latest/design.html are an interesting reads anyhow.
Down from 11 docker containers on 3 servers to 3 docker containers on 1 server. Eight containers converted to systemd-nspawn.
But, I have not found the way to make systemd-nspawn containers work with --private-network and --port, which I need for the last 3 containers. Missing a network configuration piece. I think that I need a systemd-networkd built with iptables support, to get the necessary forwarding and masquerading.
http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/socket-activated-containers.html seems like an easier way to go. And also really quite cool. But I'd need a socket activated apache, or to switch to another web server that supports socket activation.
Time for IceCat to be included in distributions, it seems.
Three hours swimming at the river.
Wow, it's low, and busy, but my fav swimming hole is still quiet and 14 feet deep.
For the 1st time, three of my projects are described in the Haskell Communities and Activities Report. Read about git-annex, propellor, scroll, and a whole lot of other interesting haskell projects!
Should have done that a while ago, but impostor syndrome.
After all that work to deploy the server, here's the entire system configuration:
honeybee :: Host honeybee = standardSystem "honeybee.kitenet.net" Testing "armhf" [ "Arm git-annex build box." ] & ipv6 "2001:4830:1600:187::2" -- No unattended upgrades as there is currently no console access. -- (Also, system is not currently running a stock kernel, -- although it should be able to.) & Postfix.satellite & Apt.serviceInstalledRunning "ntp" & Apt.serviceInstalledRunning "aiccu" -- Using unstable to get new enough ghc for TH on arm. & Systemd.nspawned (GitAnnexBuilder.standardAutoBuilderContainer (System (Debian Unstable) "armel") Cron.Daily "22h")
This kind of system should still not be designed to use shaN. Use multihash so you can upgrade ifwhen collision generation becomes feasible. (As ipfs does.)
Will finish configuring new autobuilder from home thru ipv6 tunnel past 3 layers of NAT.
Terabytes and terabytes downloading automatically to 50+ clients!
After automatically deploying a container and cross-compiling ghc in it and patching and installing dozens of libraries, this android autobuild worked the first time!
author: Neal Stephenson
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book published: 2015
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