Several months ago, I have acquired wireless keyboard using tiny Logitech Unifying Receiver. Since that time I was a little worried by the lack of appropriate management options, however recently I found Solaar - a Linux device manager for such peripherals, which solves my doubts.
You have probably already noticed my favorite way to overcome sudo redirection issue, but if you haven't, then I will write it down here for further reference.
Today I will shortly describe how to set up Raspberry Pi as a tiny NAS server. I am using one at home on a daily basis and it is very useful appliance.
Recently I needed simple utility to generate index files at briefcase.sleeplessbeastie.eu so after a while I came up with two simple solutions, each of which has different strengths and weaknesses.
What do these four things have in common? Ubuntu headless server will not boot after power failure as Grub will indefinitely wait for user input. The root of this problem lies inside Ubuntu default Grub configuration as Grub will simply set timeout to infinity when recordfail parameter is set.