Just yesterday I build my first 3D printer. So I guess I am going to play around with it.
Hopefully I find the time to blog about it as well.
I thought about build a Hypercube Evolution. But I thought it would be wise to start of easier and maybe smaller. So I bought the new Prusa MINI. I am so happy right now. We’ll see how long I am fine with 18cmx18cmx18cm prints :)
Great read! Very interesting.
I found a minor typo in a link (Machines section - automated link) its https://chown.me/blog/upgrading-openbsd-with-ansible.html - No captial A in ansible ;)
What Firewall are you using on your APU2? *sense, ipfire?
I initially wrote “ansible” everywhere then I thought a capital was better so I use sed like a hammer :D Thanks!
On the apu2, I run OpenBSD as well. A few years ago I ran OpenBSD for everything but hosting mastodon was too complicated (I don’t know well the Ruby ecosystem). I have some Ubuntu because containers make easy to host stuff. Most of the stuff still run on OpenBSD because I know the system well and being an OpenBSD developer I follow quite closely the project.
I would still recommend for anyone to run OpenBSD on a router since it’s quite easy as PacketFilter is fucking awesome.
Well, I guessed that. OpenBSD is great for that. I have a a APU2 at home waiting for me to finish it.
Did you just install a plain OpenBSD and configured everything? OPNsense and pfsense are both based on OpenBSD. Right know I have OPNsense installed.
So FreeBSD all the way with these routing/firewall operating systems ;).
I use OPNsense since it came out on my APU2 (and later APU3 for another rack) and I can really recommend it! It’s very user friendly, easy to install and rather complete. I also really like you can use LibreSSL instead of OpenSSL. I also use OpenBSD on another router (like the author) and that also works rock solid/stable for years now. The BSD’s are great for firewalls/routing in my opinion.
Alright! My bad :D
I also really like OPNsense. I just have to figure out some stuff with my ISP and then I am ready to go