Author Archives: seTAN

About seTAN

Just a simple guy who loved his iOS games and apps, and love Open Source Technology, and sharing knowledge along the way :D

What with ansible?

Yes, I said I am going to show you some ansible, and what happen? I got sidetracked trying to make my ansible roles reusable in pull and push mode, but it didn’t do as expected! What with this ansible reusable … Continue reading

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LCA2018 Sydney

For the past 1 week, I had been attending #lca2018 @Sydney. It was a marvelous event and I got to meet up with a lot of Linux experts and Open Source Community people. The event was very packed and got … Continue reading

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Ansible 101 – part 1

‘So, you think you know “Ansible”? Show me!’ I am still learning in the Ansible world, and it is a really my current “swiss army knife” in my Linux toolbox. I use ansible to do ad-hoc job, or some partial … Continue reading

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It had been awhile …

Yes, it had been awhile since I posted anything in my blog here. Is not that I stopped learning about Linux nor any open-source innovation, is just I got to sorted out my priority – moving the family to be … Continue reading

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How to find out the top 10 files/folders in homedir

Many times, a linux user had exceed the disk quota of homedir, so here is a small command to find out the top 10 files/folders that consumed the most in homedir: du -xck ~/.[^.]* |sort -rn |head Note: “~/” – … Continue reading

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ANZ banking system fault!!!

Hmm … I am wondering whether anyone else had experience being charged “overdrawn fee” by ANZ when there is not overdrawn? I had …. 3 times! Here is the scenario: ANZ Access Advantage Account with $0 balance, and ANZ Online … Continue reading

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Forcing 16:9 resolution onto Linux GUI

Sometimes, Linux can’t detect the monitor resolution properly, eg 1920X1080 (16:9), so we will need to be creative and trick the Linux to think that’s a new video mode for that resolution. Here is some brief steps how I got … Continue reading

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