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Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX 200 issues

Apparently a recent upgrade of the Linux firmware packages has caused some Intel Wi-fi 6 AX 200 cards to stop working on Linux. These devices can be found on some motherboards like the Gigabyte X570 I AORUS PRO WIFI/X570 I. For some reason, kernel/device/etc complains that the version of the firmware cannot be loaded. When […]

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Failed unmounting /var/lib/docker

From time to time my desktop would hang when shutting down or rebooting it. Looking at the services output, I found this message: “failed unmounting /var/lib/docker” Although the reason is quite obvious, the root cause is not so easy to figure out. Also, it’s one of those scary situations where there’s simply not enough results […]

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DevOps Fedora Linux

Too Many Open Files

If your containers suddenly stop working due to “Too Many Open Files”, you can adjust that with the DefaultLimitNOFILE on the SystemD configuration files /etc/systemd/user.conf and /etc/systemd/system.conf. Depending your system setup, you may need to adjust both. In my case I have, DefaultLimitNOFILE=16384:65535 for the user.conf file and DefaultLimitNOFILE=65535:524288 for the system.conf file. Reboot your […]

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Coding Fedora Java Linux

SSLHandshakeException: no cipher suites in common

Here’s a quick tip if you happen to have problems with the “javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: no cipher suites in common” exception. This may be caused because the java security settings is restricting the ciphers and algorithms that applications are allowed to use. This may be defined either at a system level (as in the case of Fedora, […]

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Controlling a PC via Apple HomeKit: part 2

On the first part of the tutorial, I showed how to install the infrastructure software to allow Apple devices to control a PC via Homekit. Now I am going to show how to install the services that interface with the infrastructure to execute the actions triggered by the Apple devices. Installing the power on service […]

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Minicloud: the Free OpenPower cloud

I recently got access to the Minicloud, a Free OpenPower Cloud hosted by Unicamp, one of the most prominent universities in Brazil. This cloud is a good way to ensure that your application provides good support for the Power architecture. Having access to this cloud, I can help ensure that some of the projects I […]

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Fedora Linux

Garmin Connect IQ on Fedora