You can normally query a Windows OEM Product Key bound to your hardware in a Linux shell quite easily:
Don’t miss to add kernel options
if you want to run a modern arch linux on your Dell Latitude 7490.
I want to introduce a little command fu for reporting broken symlinks on the shell, because I found several variations while searching in the net, that were not very satisfying.
Just before X-mas I migrated this site to https://b2g.h11e.de/.
While evaluation a new setup for a mail service including SMTP, IMAP, Web GUI, AntiSpam etc. someone kindly recommended mailcow-dockerized.
Recent versions of the Docker CLI support the
prune option in different
flavors to keep the system clean.
If your disk capacity is exceeded by Docker’s
data folder (e.g.
/var/lib/docker) it’s time to cleanup at least the images and this is much
more comfortable than usage of filters and pipelines in the past.
But I also want to bring some risks into focus.
If you want to play modern Minecraft ModPacks on CurseForge in Java on Linux, the Twitch Launcher for Windows is not very helpful.
But since the project artifacts are available for public download and the data format is pretty straightforward, it was not a big deal to script a download of all files. I have chosen an Ansible Playbook for this task.
I have already quite a zoo of Single-Board Computers running Debian derivates, but the latest pet Raspberry Pi Zero W was the first missing standard ethernet.