Developing Ansible Automation content on Apple Silicon

Posted on do 04 april 2024 in ansible • Tagged with ansible, linux, macos

I love Linux. Always have, always will. I run Linux (mostly RHEL and Fedora) on a multitude of devices, from Raspberry Pi's to an old laptop functioning as a server, and VMs on my NAS.

But I have also ended up (long story) doing a lot of work on MacOS …

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Sharing a set of Headphones between MacOS and Fedora

Posted on do 04 mei 2023 in misc • Tagged with bluetooth, linux, macos, hack

Why share a set of headphones between MacOS and Fedora (or another Linux)?

Well, the answer to the 'why?' question is quite simple: because I dual boot between MacOS and Fedora on my Mac Mini. This means in order to use the same pair of headphones on MacOS and Fedora …

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The confusing Bash configuration files

Posted on wo 11 juli 2018 in dev • Tagged with bash, linux, configuration, notetofutureself

This blog is mostly a reminder for my future self, because I always end up forgetting this.

Bash has a bunch of configuration files it parsers through when you fire it up.

Bash reads them in this order (on Fedora, and I suppose RHEL and derivatives too) if invoked as …

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