Configuring WLAN NAT for lxc

Posted on Wed 22 February 2017 in Sysadmin • Tagged with tutorial, linux, lxc

After having successfully installed an unprivildged linux container, I wanted to use my WLAN interface for the network but I could not create a bridge due to security restricition of the protocol. So I had to configure NAT over my wireless to make it working. I want to show here …


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Unpriviledged containers in Void Linux

Posted on Tue 21 February 2017 in Sysadmin • Tagged with tutorial, linux, lxc

It seems that I was not the first one to struggle to make unprivildged linux containers working in Void Linux. In systemd/Linux distributions, the process is straight forward as systemd handles things automagically for you (mostly everthing about cgroup) when in Void you have to configure few things by …


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CMake and CppUTest

Posted on Tue 21 February 2017 in Programming • Tagged with unit test, tutorial, cmake

When implementing a new feature or fixing bugs, I like having a quick feedback to make sure that my changes didn't break the code. This is why I usually write unit tests and execute them during the build process. In this article I want to give some pointers to make …


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Fishing shells

Posted on Mon 26 December 2016 in Shell • Tagged with shell, tutorial, linux

I have been used to bash for years and always thought it was very good but after trying other alternatives I found out that there are more efficient ways to use the command line.

I would like to present here one of my favorite interpreter that is the fish shell …


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Yocto, Buildroot & Co.

Posted on Wed 16 November 2016 in BSP • Tagged with yocto, buildroot, bsp

Here are the slides about the talk I gave during the 11th Fribourg Linux Seminar. I wanted to explain the different philosophies behing the two major build systems available in the comunity.

Maybe my opinion was a bit flawed as I haven't used buildroot for few years and I know …


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