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So, I wrote bento, which allows me to manage all the configuration files in a single place, but better than that, I can build the configuration locally to ensure they will work once shipped. I quickly added a way to track the status of each remote system to be sure they picked up and applied the changes (every 10 minutes). Later, I improved the network efficiency by central management computer as a local binary cache, so other systems are now downloading packages from it locally, instead of downloading them again from the Internet.

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When you delete a file, this creates a "hole" of free space, after some time, you may want to gather all these small parts of free space to have big chunks of free space, this matters for mechanical disks has the physical location of data is tied to the raw performance. The defragmentation process is just physically reorganizing data to order files chunks and free space into continuous blocks.

It happens for some blog posts to be more elaborated, they often describe a complex setup and I need to ensure readers can reproduce all the steps and get the same results as me. This kind of blog post takes a day to write, they often require using a spare computer for experimentation, formatting, installing, downloading things, adjusting the text, starting over because I changed the text...

First time you run bees on a file system that is not empty, it may take a while to scan everything, but then it's really quiet except if you do heavy I/O operation like downloading big files, but it's doing a good job at staying behind the scene.

Because of this, when you run a command, you are likely to download a tarball of the nixpkgs repository including the latest commit every time you use flakes, this is particularly annoying because the tarball is currently around 30 MB. There is a simple way to automatically set your registry to define the nixpkgs repository to the local archive used by your NixOS configuration.

GOG is a webstore selling video games (many old games from people's childhood but not only), they only require you to have an account. When you buy a game in their store, you have to download the installer, so you can keep/save it, without any DRM beyond the account registration on their website to buy games.

I have no issues paying for Free software as long as it's 100% free, but suggesting a price for a package while you don't know you can install it for free can be weird. The payment implementation of the AppCenter could be the beginning of paid software integrated into ElementaryOS, I have no strong opinion about this because people need money for a living, but I hope it will be used wisely.

The biggest point to understand is that you can throttle download speed through the ACK packets. Think of two people on a phone, let's say Alice and Bob, Alice is your network and calls Bob who is very happy to tell his life to Alice. Bob speaking is data you download. In a normal conversation, Bob will talk and will hear some sounds from Alice who acknowledge what Bob is saying. If Alice stops or shut her microphone, Bob may ask if Alice is still listening and will wait for an answer. When Alice is making a sound (like "hmmhm or yes"), this is an acknowledgement for Bob to continue. Literally, Bob is sending a voice stream to Alice who is sending ACK (acknowledgement short name) packets to Bob so he can continue.

Self hosting is about freedom, you can choose what server you want to run, which version, which features and which configuration you want. If you self host at home, You can also pick the hardware to match your needs (more Ram ? More Disk? RAID?).

While I can easily transfer files, sometimes I need to share a snippet of code or a whole file but I want to ease the reader work and display the content in an html page instead of sharing an extension file that will be downloaded. I don't put those files in a cleaned directory and I require a name to give some clues about the content to potential readers. The remote directory contains a highlight.js library used to use syntactic coloration, hence I pass the text language to use the coloration.

I measured the whole execution time and the total bytes downloaded for each combination. I didn't show the whole results but I did the tests multiple times and the standard deviation is near to 0, meaning a test done multiple time was giving the same result at each run.

Using http:// is way faster than https://, the risk is about privacy because in case of man in the middle the download packaged will be known, but the signify signature will prevent any malicious package modification to be installed. Using 'FETCH_CMD="/usr/local/bin/curl -L -s -q -N"' gave the best results.

I remember the first time I heard that Solaris was a system I could install on my machine, I started to install it after downloading 2 parts of the ISO (which had to be joined using cat), I started to install it on my laptop and went to school with the laptop on battery continuing installing (it was very long) and ending the installation process in class (I was in a computer science university so it was fine :P ).

I used Ubuntu on laptop a lot, and I recommended many people to use Ubuntu if they wanted to try Linux. Whatever we say, they helped to get Linux known and bring Linux to masses. Some choices like non-free integration are definitely not great though. I started with Dapper Drake (Ubuntu 6.06 !) on an old Pentium 1 server I had under my dresser in my student room.

A group of people is keeping a parallel repository for Guix to add some not-100% free stuff like kernel with firmware loading capability or packages such as Firefox, this can be added to any Guix installation quite easily.

This famous game is a free reimplementation of the Transport Tycoon game. Build roads, rails, make huge trains networks with signals, transports materials from extraction to industries and then deliver goods to cities to make them grow. There is a huge community and many mods, and the game can be played in multiplayer. Also available on Android.

Open Red Alert, the 100% free reimplementation of the engine AND assets of Red Alert, Command and Conquer and Dune. You can play all these games from OpenRA, including multiplayer. Note that there are no campaign, you can play skirmish alone with bots or in multiplayer. Campaigns (and cinematics) could be played using the original games files (from OpenRA launcher), as the games have been published as freeware a few years ago, one can find them for free and legally.

OpenBSD has many safeties in regards to memory allocation and will prevent use after free or unsafe memory usage very aggressively, this is often a source of crash for some software from packages because OpenBSD is very strict when you want to use the memory. This helps finding memory misuses and will kill software misbehaving.

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