Join Jay and Tom for some awesome Homelab-related goodness! In this episode, viewer/listener feedback is addressed – plus Jay’s initial thoughts on that Red Hat bombshell that was dropped, whether or not more updates means more secure, and more!
Debian 12 is awesome! But you probably already knew that, especially from the excitement over this latest release of the popular stable Linux distribution. However, Debian 12 is not just awesome, it’s the best release in the distro’s three-decade history! In this video, Jay and Tom are joined by Veronica from Veronica Explains to chat about this awesome release.
What would you do if your daily driver distribution becomes something else entirely, and no longer fits your use-case? What would you do if your chosen distro all of a sudden went away? Although it seems unlikely, historically – this has happened. And given the fact that the Linux community is going to see a lot of changes in the near future with decisions from upstream distros – it’s never been a better time to choose a secondary distro (just in case).
Systemd – the init system some people love to hate and others don’t totally understand. It powers the majority of the major Linux distributions, but what are some of the secrets lurking within? In this video, Jay goes over some of the finer points of Systemd that you may not be aware of, ahead of the tutorial video uploading soon that goes over the same. Check it out, you might just learn something new!
Are you looking to build your very own Raspberry Pi-based Network Attached Storage (NAS) for your network or homelab? In this video, we’ll take an in-depth look at the features and functionality of the Argon EON Pi NAS case, a case designed for Raspberry Pi that transforms it into a NAS. You’ll see the the build process, and we’ll also demonstrate how to install and configure OpenMediaVault, a popular open-source NAS operating system, to maximize the capabilities of your build. This is definitely a fun project, so check it out!
- Check out the Argon EON Pi NAS case (affiliate link, commission earned)
- Vendor instructions for installing the script for enabling all features
- Argon 40 documentation for the EON Pi Nas Case
- Raspberry Pi OS
In this episode of The Homelab Show, Jay and Tom discuss network monitoring and DNS filtering tools. Check it out!
In this episode, Tom and Jay answer some feedback, talk about some new software versions that have been released lately, and more.
Continuous Integration/Continuous delivery is a great thing for software engineers, but is this something that homelabbers can take advantage of? Absolutely! Some of the tooling around CI/CD can be of major benefit to automation within your homelab, and in this episode Jay and Tom will give you some thoughts on how it can be implemented.