As I wrote in a previous blog post, I decided to reuse my old workstation computer
as an Arch Linux Home Server. So far everything works fine and as expected.
Overall, it's a pretty nice home server and development server to play around
with virtualization and container technologies such as …
This weekend I take time again to play arround with ArchLinux|ARM on a Raspberry Pi 2.
My weekend project is about writing a basic sensor-based application on the ArchLinux|ARM
platform. However, before I can write the first line of code to access an I2C sensor,
I need to …
What to do with an old PC? I guess lot of poeple ask the same question regarding
older PC hardware. In my case, it was about reusing my old workstation computer,
namley an AMD II Phenom (x6 1055t) based machine with 16 GB RAM.
Besides that I had an Intel …
A really nice tool to customize disk images for ARM-based single board computers, like
the Raspberry Pi, is QEMU. QEMU advertises itself as a generic and open source
machine emulator and virtualizer [1, 2].
In other words, QEMU can run operating systems and programs made for different
architectures, like ARM …