Just finished a new project, this time I embedded a full Windows 3.1 w/ a ton of utils into a coreboot ROM on a ThinkPad X200. Small showcase and blogpost: https://youtu.be/g6WYm0BsgNA
this is such a terrible way of running amd's tensorflow rocm image please me don't
@kevin I just run one set of services from home, but went with a solution that could easily extend to multiple sets as well: I rent a small VPS with 2 IP addresses and route the second one to my machine at home via a VPN. This way I get a static IP, can limit bandwidth and can completely separate the services from my home network. It did take a while to set up though.
my blog post got onto lobste.rs!!!
no comments but hey we're moving up in life
Significant Digits, Chapter 11.
and swoosh suddenly come the wave of mastodon instance bots viewing the page
Released a new blog post! https://potatofrom.space/post/a-tale-of-two-servers/ on my absolutely scandalous method of running two servers on one residential IP address
I use Standard Notes to keep perfect track of everything I will absolutely not accomplish today
High school student who enjoys programming, reading, etc. Admin of kliu.io and enjoys cats.
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