Rather than repeating what is already there in the guides online, I will just cover the few things they have left out or needs to be updates so in this video there will just be a few useful tips and hints if you want to play with something that would be used in a petabyte scale setup. I am throwing in some hints to help you get started and have fun! In this setup, I am running it on my gaming PC, using VMware Player. There are free options available for doing virtualization. Links: Homepage https://www.vmware.com/products/workstation-player/workstation-player-evaluation.html https://getfedora.org/ https://gluster.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Quick-Start-Guide/Quickstart/ Useful commands
Drinking Rum, playing Fallout 4, this time joining the Railroad. I talk about other videos being on another channel. But you are in the right place, I have deleted them from my old channel and placed them here instead. Sorry about the confusion. This series is the playthrough with The Railroad timeline.
I have purchased a remote controlled switch, running on 12v, capable of switching up to 250v(if you dare). It has 5 remotes included. Maybe for a Halloween project or something else. It is simple, easy to use and cheap. I’m no @bigclivedotcom and this isn’t my usual format so bear with me. 😀 So this is a rather long video so here’s some chapters in case you are in a hurry.: 00:00 Introduction 00:18 Unboxing 03:00 Lack of high voltage seperation 03:36 Connecting wires 07:00 Power up and configuration 09:08 Connecting a LED for testing 16:44 Let there be light
I purchased this $30 LED marquee sign with lots of possibilities and configurability, even a remote. So is it any good, or just fun. The complete description of the product was: 23CM 12v LED Car Sign Remote Control Motorcycle English display Board Scrolling Programmable Message Blue Cheap Diy kit Chapters: 00:00 Intro 01:12 Unboxing 03:50 Trying to get it to work 07:48 How to configure it 11:02 Testing it in a car 12:40 Conclusion 14:05 Outtro