I have a lot to say about a outdoor wireless project I’m working on which dovetails into a lot of commentary about C.H.I.P. boards but I haven’t written all that yet. This post, instead, will focus on how I finally successfully flashed the firmware on a C.H.I.P. board from my Fedora laptop. Keep reading →
After installing Fedora 25, the NFS mounts in my
/etc/fstab were no longer working. I initially thought it was due to missing some dependency but the errors were vague and overall unhelpful. Turns out it is SELinux related.
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This might seem a little…redundant, but I wanted to be able to test some things on an installation mimicking a fresh installation on my laptop. So here are some notes on what I’ve done in order to get this going. Keep reading →