Yet Another Arch Guide

Setting up Arch with other bells and whistles.

Bash Tips & Tricks

Usefull bash tips & tricks

Changing boot targets

Switch between run levels / environments.

Mount with automount (autofs)

Automagically mount remote directories on login.

Fatrace: Report system wide file access events

fatrace watches every file on server (except from itself and other kernel file systems). fatrace watches every file on server (except from itself and other kernel file systems). Install on Centos7 Download the repo file from fedorainfracloud.org sudo curl https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/ifas/fatrace/repo/epel-7/ifas-fatrace-epel-7.repo > /etc/yum.repos.d/ifas.repo sudo yum install fatrace -y Usage Option Description -c, –current-mount Only record events on partition/mount of current directory. Without this option, all (real) partitions/mount points are being watched.

Troubles with interfaces after a VM clone

Remapping interfaces and their MAC address. Often, when you clone a VM you could stumble against errors like:

[FAILED] Device eth0 does not seem to be present, delaying initialization

You could change your network configuration to match the correct interface or let Linux reread the available interfaces

/etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules holds the configuration of available devices. Make sure that the MAC address is correct and that the name maches your configuration

NCDU: NCurses Disk Usage

ncdu is a command line tool to scan and calculate directory and file sizes.

Luks Encryption

Create an encrypted partition that will automatically mount at boot.