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Paul Tingley
1 Views · 2 months ago

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Discover how to set up your own powerful, private AI server with NetworkChuck. This step-by-step tutorial covers installing Ollama, deploying a feature-rich web UI, and integrating stable diffusion for image generation. Learn to customize AI models, manage user access, and even add AI capabilities to your note-taking app. Whether you're a tech enthusiast or looking to enhance your workflow, this video provides the knowledge to harness the power of AI on your local machine. Join NetworkChuck on this exciting journey into the world of private AI servers.

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Paul Tingley
1 Views · 2 months ago

Thanks to Broadcom buying and messing up VMware, I'm on the look for a new lab hypervisor. I've recently bought new hardware to give me flexibility to test and I'm ready to get my new hypervisor loaded!

In this video I walk through installing and configuring Ubuntu 22.04, integrating with Morpheus CMP, and deploying a KVM + Ceph hypervisor known at 'MVM'.

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Morpheus Community Edition:

00:00 - Intro & Hardware
02:28 - Installing Ubuntu 22.04
08:39 - Confirming Configurations
13:21 - Installing MVM Cluster
22:22 - Deploying the First VM!
27:45 - Outro

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Paul Tingley
1 Views · 2 months ago

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The Steam Deck has a built in network adapter that supports WiFi monitoring and injection. This makes for a very stealthy Wi-Fi hacking device.

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00:24 - Wifi Network Scanning
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Paul Tingley
1 Views · 2 months ago

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00:00 Intro
01:06 Sponsor: Ground News
02:47 Testbench: the Atlas S
06:38 Bazzite
10:20 Nobara
11:38 HoloISO
12:17 Chimera OS
14:01 Tuxedo OS
14:46 Conclusion
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Testbench: Tuxedo Atlas S:

It's mini ITX, with 3 potential finishes: a jade green, a silver, and a matte black, which is the one they sent me.

It comes with Intel 13th or 14th gen CPUs, up to an i9 14900, it can accommodate 2 M.2 SSDs and 2 SATA 3 drives, up to 24 terabytes in total. It can come with or without dedicated graphics, which can go up to a Radeon RX 7700XT, or an Nvidia RTX 4070. It can also get up to 96 gigs of DDR5 RAM, and it obviously has wifi and bluetooth, and it comes with Linux preinstalled, Tuxedo OS being the default.

The model Tuxedo sent me has an i7 13700, 1TB of PCIe 3 SSD, 32 gigs of RAM, and the RX 7700XT with 12 gigs of VRAM.

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So, Bazzite is a weird one: it's based on Fedora Atomic, so it's an "immutable" distro, and it's built using universal blue, which is a build system that lets you create tailored distro images for plenty of purposes.

I ran all the games at the native resolution of my monitor, so 3440x1440. Horizon is run using the latest version of Proton from Valve, the rest are native Linux games. Everything was ran at their max settings, at the native resolution, without any resolution scaling. Everything ran under Wayland, with all the latest updates applied.

So, For Horizon Zero Dawn, running the benchmark gave me an average of 80 FPS at these maxed out settings.
In Shadow of the Tomb Raider, I got 105 FPS on average in the benchmark, and for Total War Warhammer 3 on the battle benchmark, it reached 56.4 FPS and 52.5 FPS on the campaign benchmark.


Next is Nobara. This isn't an immutable distribution, it's Fedora, plus a lot of kernel patches, addons, drivers and tools focused specifically on gaming and on improving performance

In Shadow of the Tomb Raider, I got 106 FPS on average in the benchmark.
In Total War Warhammer 3's battle benchmark, I got 57 FPS on average, and 54.7 FPS on average for the campaign benchmark.
In Horizon Zero Dawn, Nobara got 80 FPS on average.


I also gave a shot to HoloISO, in its new immutable form, but it never managed to give me a bootable system, no matter how hard I tried.

Chimera OS

Chimera OS is an arch based distribution, it's an atomic distro, so immutable, and includes a bunch of emulation tools as well as optimizations for gaming. It defaults to GNOME as its desktop, compared to KDE for the other distros I tested.

In Shadow of the Tomb Raider, I got 102 FPS on average in the benchmark, similar to other distros I tested.
In Total War Warhammer 3's battle benchmark, I got 55.3 FPS on average, and 51.1 FPS on average for the campaign benchmark.
In Horizon Zero Dawn, Chimera OS got 73 FPS on average, strangely lower than other distributions.

Tuxedo OS

Just for fun, I decided to also run all of these games on the preinstalled Tuxedo OS, to see if these gaming distros offer improved performance compared to a "normal" system. Here are the results.

In Horizon Zero Dawn, at the max resolution and max settings, with any upscaling, The Atlas S running Tuxedo OS got 81 FPS on average.

In Shadow of the Tomb Raider, at the max settings and resolution, Ubuntu 24.04 reached 106 FPS on average.

In Total War Warhammer 3's battle benchmark, at the max settings and resolution, I got 57 FPS on average, and in the campaign benchmark, it reached 54.9 FPS

Paul Tingley
1 Views · 6 months ago

Using new hardware to setup a virtualization host.

00:00:00 - XCP-ng
00:04:37 - XCP Download and Install
00:13:23 - Booting to XCP Installer
00:17:24 - Kernel Panics on New Hardware
00:29:13 - Proxmox Download and Install
00:34:20 - Proxmox Setup
00:42:16 - Web GUI after Install
00:44:54 - NFS Add to Proxmox
00:51:25 - First VM using Linux Mint
01:04:59 - Changing Display from VNC to VirtGL
01:09:48 - Proxmox Helper Scripts
01:20:36 - Checking Wayland and VirtGL
01:23:26 - VirtViewer instead of Browser
01:26:48 - Adding Audio Passthrough
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Paul Tingley
1 Views · 6 months ago

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Mariella Cassar
1 Views · 7 months ago

Yes, we're doing it. I'll be attempting to install close to recent versions of modern apps on Windows 7 since there's no extended kernel patch for Windows 7 yet. This video will include installing Google Chrome, Microsoft Office 2016, Microsoft Visual Studio 2019, Spotify, and OBS Studio. It's amazing that a lot of software's are relatively useable on Windows 7 even just one year after the end of extended security updates in late December 2023.

Mariella Cassar
1 Views · 7 months ago

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Mariella Cassar
1 Views · 7 months ago

Soo many new releases this past week. These 5 new components for shadcn's ui library are among my favorites because I use it so much. These components were available standalone before, and now have a unified style and streamlined installation w/ this update. Great work man.

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Mariella Cassar
1 Views · 7 months ago

Welcome back guys, here in this video I have told you about the top 10 tools in Kali Linux for ethical hackers. I am trying to make long videos for you because many of my friends complain about short videos. Please watch our complete video. Make sure to like and subscribe.

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Mariella Cassar
1 Views · 7 months ago

Time to update the config and reproduce my entire system.
00:00:00 - NixOS
00:01:40 - Review Minimal Install
00:07:49 - NixOS Packages
00:16:32 - Monitor Issues
00:33:44 - NixOS Install Begins
00:42:25 - Changing Hardware UUIDs
00:51:34 - Fixing Errors with config
01:07:21 - Initial Boot
01:10:21 - Floorp does NOT work
01:15:05 - It just WORKS
01:31:28 - Fixing Permissions
01:37:20 - Using BBR Network Support
01:51:54 - The End
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Mariella Cassar
2 Views · 7 months ago

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Like any homelab, my server rack is in a constant state of flux... equipment being moved around, servers being added and removed, but what do I actually use my server rack for? What hardware can I not live without? How much does it cost to run my server rack for a year? All of this and more will be answered in this latest tour of my Homelab.

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7:10 - EPYC 7742 Cloud Gaming Server
8:32 - Erying Tiger Lake Virtualization Servers
11:13 - HP TFT7600 Rackmount KVM Console
12:46 - 'The CRAFTINATOR' 45Drives AV15 NAS
15:17 - 45Drives 'Homelab' HL15 NAS
16:26 - Networking (1Gb + 10Gb)
19:46 - 100Gb NETWORKING! Mikrotik CRS504
23:10 - UniFi UDM-Pro Firewall/Router/Controller
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Mariella Cassar
1 Views · 7 months ago

After digging through my software pile, I found my physical copy of Ubuntu 5.04. Let's install and explore this Linux distribution from 2005 in this final video of 2023 from TheRetroRecall! Enjoy!

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Mariella Cassar
1 Views · 7 months ago

Windows XP on VM - Steam Emulator, Internet Archive
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Demon Bowman
1 Views · 7 months ago

Windows 11 Glass Theme with Everforest Theme

In this video, I will show you how to install this beautiful dark glass theme to give your Windows 11 desktop a brand-new glass look. Everything used in the tutorial is free. Enjoy and as always don't forget to like and subscribe.
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Demon Bowman
1 Views · 7 months ago looking very interesting for spinning up Kubernetes clusters on Hetzner - a budget VPS provider. Let's give it a try!

00:26 Intro
01:17 Hetzner
02:13 Hetzner Cloud prices
02:45 Kubernetes overhead?
03:20 Why hetzner-k3s?
03:35 What is k3s?
05:38 Hetzner Cloud again
07:28 Cluster configuration options
14:15 Launching the cluster
35:17 After detours, we have a working cluster
36:30 kubectl access
37:30 The kubernetes overhead is 6%?
38:20 Let's deploy something
40:57 First app running
41:10 Ingress!
52:00 Load Balancer prices
53:20 Volumes
1:00:15 Summary

Demon Bowman
1 Views · 7 months ago

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