If you face the error message “A bootable device has not been detected” after installing Linux on an Intel NUC (serie 6), one solution is to enable both UEFI and “Legacy” boot options in the BIOS.
I finally managed to install Proxmox VE (based on Debian) on an Intel NUC (model NUC6CAYH) in “Legacy” mode (boot through Grub). My BIOS version is AYAPLCEL.86A.0064.2019.0910.1422 (as show through the dmidecode -s bios-version command), and I have the following settings :
- UEFI boot checked
- Legacy boot checked
- Secure Boot deactivated
In this post we will backup the LUKS header to avoid any disaster later on…
When you have several calendars opened in Lightning, it’s a bit of a pain to double check everytime that the correct one is selected… If you have the same issue, here is the solution :
You cannot stand outlook? Want to use a free (as in Freedom) email client, while your environment is 100% Microsoft exchange? Here are some options…
This article details how to add an additional drive to an existing encrypted installation (using LVM over LUKS, see https://julien.coubronne.net/wp-admin/post.php?post=478)
The objective of this post is to install keepass2, keefox, keecloud on Kubuntu 16.04.
If you need to access some files on a partition that was formatted with LVM, you can follow this procedure: Continue reading
Just a quick self-note on how to find the fastest server for Debian. Ok, so most of the information here comes from this useful post. Continue reading
I have a dynamic DNS provided by OVH, called “DynHost”. To update my IP address to the service, I used the linux client ddclient.
I followed the following tutorial (in French). I reproduce here the key steps: Continue reading
The aim of this note is to easily store your SSH private keys in Keepass, and to use Keeagent to access them when the database is unlocked.
This allows to easily use Putty/Kitty on Windows to connect to your remote SSH server with key auth. Continue reading