68: Set It and Forget It

This week, Linux Out Loud chats about Linux being the ultimate set-it-and-forget appliance OS.

Welcome to episode 68 of Linux Out Loud. We fired up our mics, connected those headphones as we searched the community for themes to expound upon. We kept the banter friendly, the conversation somewhat on topic, and had fun doing it.

00:00:00 Introductions
00:02:33 Wendy 3D Printer Success
00:11:35 Warehouse Pi4s
00:17:42 Matt Installs Garuda Again
00:29:08 Linode Ad
00:30:17 Set It and Forget It
00:47:26 Bitwarden Ad
00:48:47 Phasmophobia
00:57:56 Sprite Extruder
01:02:44 Nuroum Webcam
01:09:03 Close



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  1. So I have had to update fstab when I change swap partitions. It is a common issue, even when unplugging storage.

    To get the uuid values use blk commands


    sudo blkid /dev/sd partition letter / #

    Once you have the uuid value, how do you copy it if in a console?

    tee -a (append)

    blkid /dev/sd | tee -a /etc/fstab

    sudo texteditior fstab

    move that text to where needed.

    For btrfs you need to use its built-in tools

    btrfs filesystem show

    btrfstune - U [uuid here] [device] will allow manually setting the uuid.

    That should fix whatever uuid issues and prevent needing to redownload updates and reconfigure.

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