Setting up GPU accelerated remote desktop with sound on headless Linux using NoMachine

I have always wanted to setup a remote desktop on my NAS. It feels really cool to have the exact same desktop anywhere. In lab, out side at a caffe, in lecture. But I've never got GPU acceleration working properly. While I can't rely on the puny Cortex-A72 cores to draw the entire desktop (it... Continue Reading →

The journey of running Arch Linux as an enterprise production server

So... When my last, recent contract work have reached the deployment phase. We found that our client is the only department in their entire enterprise that runs Windows Servers and Windows Servers only! Yet our code only runs on Linux and FreeBSD (and HaikuOS if you try really hard). We've never expected to have to... Continue Reading →

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