There are 3 ways to run it.
-Virtual Machine on an x86 based server
I've deployed both directly on the RPi and on VM. The VM is an "all in one" package that actually runs their own proprietary OS. (I think it's now called HomeAssistant OS, previously HASSOS) The entire...
I'm thinking about doing the same thing. My USB-C port on my Pixel 3XL has been broken for over a year and it's driving me nuts I can't connect it to my car for Android Auto.
Any recent regrets from the people who made the switch here?
How is Apple Carplay? Can I use Google Maps on Carplay?
Can you individually set data rates per radio on a consumer router? If so, set the lowest data rate on the 2.4 ghz radio to be 65 mbps and allow all data rates higher than that. Also verify that any 2.4ghz specific antennas on the router itself are firmly connected. This will significantly...
The issue is most likely with the data rates set on the new router.
That one device will bring down the rest of your network in terms of speed. I would recommend replacing it or the WiFi card that's inside of it.
My guess is that they they will just modify the terms of their existing development program to allow home use, more simultaneous installs and a more liberal enforcement mechanism however they will still state that for-profit companies will still have to pay I'm sure. Anybody who migrates from...
How nieve do they think we are?
I'm sure IBM set revenue/margin targets for RedHat as a BU that left them scrambling looking for untapped revenue. Lowest hanging fruit were all of the "freeloaders" using CentOS in production but didn't need official support.
So yeah, I'm sure this...
Agreed on Oracle. I'd have no problem running Rocky on personal servers but selling it as an enterprise solution to internal stakeholders is going to be challenging to say the least. That's why I think SUSE may be the better way to go.
I looked at RHEL's advertised pricing and licensing model...
Agree with you on Ubuntu. Problem with Debian is that it is a community supported OS.
That's why I think SUSE is the next logical choice. Uses RPM packages and uses the same binaries as SUSE enterprise linux. If you need to switch from openSUSE to SUSE enterprise, it should be as painless as...