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airbornelamb / README.md
Last active Sep 13, 2022
OSMC autoplay file on startup
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Purpose: These files will allow you to setup Kodi/OSMC to autoplay a playlist on bootup. Useful for kiosks or TVs that you want to use to play a stream. I use this with a Raspberry Pi 3B+ running OSMC from the Raspberri Pi Imager https://www.raspberrypi.com/software/

  1. Within ~/.kodi/addons/service.autoexec/ create addon.xml and autoexec.py
  2. Within ~/.kodi/userdata/playlists/video/ create streamtest.m3u and edit the file to reference whatever you want to play
  3. Enable the autoexec service by navigating in the menu to Settings > Add-ons > My add-ons > Services > Autoexec Service
  4. You can watch the log file using the command tail -F /home/osmc/.kodi/temp/kodi.log to ensure that it starts the playlist. Now when you reboot it should wait 15 seconds and play from your playlist.

Reference: https://kodi.wiki/view/Autoexec_Service

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0-mail.com
027168.com
0815.su
0sg.net
10mail.org
10minutemail.co.za
11mail.com
123.com
123box.net
123india.com
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Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

  • I am airbornelamb on github.
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  • I have a public key ASBDccB4WZiiGRZQUejR9fZGpBBf3ZzbSps8TJ9YznrsVAo

To claim this, I am signing this object:

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airbornelamb / bootstrapdocker.sh
Last active Jan 1, 2019
Linux bootstrap for latest Docker & Docker-compose
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
command -v curl >/dev/null 2>&1 || { echo "I require curl but it's not installed." >&2; }
# Variable declarations
COMPOSEVERSION="1.23.1"
# Install Docker
curl -fsSL https://get.docker.com -o get-docker.sh
sudo sh get-docker.sh
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airbornelamb / dockertominio.sh
Last active Nov 7, 2018
Backup docker volumes to minio
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
BACKUPTIME=`date +%Y-%m-%d`
BACKUPNAME=dockervolumes-$BACKUPTIME.tar.gz
SOURCEFOLDER=/var/lib/docker/volumes
DESTINATIONFOLDER=/tmp/dockerbackup
BACKUPFULLPATH=$DESTINATIONFOLDER/$BACKUPNAME
MINIOBUCKET=minio/dockervolumebackup
# Create the backup
View installminio.sh
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Variable declarations
baseurl="https://dl.minio.io/server/minio/release/"
arch="linux-amd64"
# Or use other archs such as linux-arm, linux-arm64, darwin-amd64, windows-amd64
dlstring="$baseurl$arch/minio"
minio_user="minio-user"
minio_binary="/usr/local/bin/minio"
minio_data_dir="/usr/local/share/minio"
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  1. insert drives
  2. partition and format drives
  3. create mountpoints
  4. add mounts to /etc/fstab
  5. I like to reboot to test mounting went successfully on reboot
  6. create the docker secrets
  7. docker stack deploy or run it in portainer
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airbornelamb / rexray-minio.md
Last active Jan 3, 2021 — forked from harshavardhana/README.md
REX-Ray with Minio
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Getting Started

The following commands will install the latest version of REX-Ray to /usr/bin/rexray on Linux systems:

$ sudo apt install s3fs
$ curl -sSL https://dl.bintray.com/rexray/rexray/install | sh -s stable

Depending on the Linux distribution, REX-Ray will be registered as either a SystemD or SystemV service.

Configure

REX-Ray requires a configuration file for storing details used to communicate with storage providers. This can include authentication credentials and driver specific configuration options. After REX-Ray has been installed, copy and paste the contents below to a new file on the host at /etc/rexray/config.yml to configure s3fs storage driver.

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airbornelamb / dynu_update.sh
Last active May 30, 2018
dynu updater script to add to crontab
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#!/bin/sh
#
# https://www.dynu.com/en-US/DynamicDNS/IP-Update-Protocol
# Hash password at https://www.dynu.com/NetworkTools/Hash
# DON'T FORGET TO ADD TO CRONTAB and CHMOD 700
# ex.. @hourly /home/user/path/to/script
mkdir -p $HOME/dynu
command -v wget >/dev/null 2>&1 || { echo "I require wget but it's not installed." >&2; }
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airbornelamb / documentationoptions.md
Last active Mar 26, 2020
Documentation options
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For paid options, process street is undoubtedly the best. For libre it depends on if you need PDF export and whatnot. If that is needed then Sphinx has all the bells and whistles and can be used with readthedocs if you want it hosted for free (publicly visible). The other options have to be hosted in some way on a VPS etc. For something light that doesn't need PDF export then docsify or mkdocs is probably the best. For something that outsiders can edit and that does pdf/epub export than gitbook is probably the best. I think ultimately gitbook is the best middle of the road for libre but you need a vps.

Process street https://www.process.st/ - Paid but very simple and has features none of the other ones have, like the ability to create a new instance of a process workflow and go through it (onboard a new student etc)

Slate https://github.com/lord/slate - more focused on coding development

Docusaurus https://docusaurus.io/ - pretty good. hooks in with algolia search which is very good for searching.

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