Kubernetes is widely used nowadays, but for the developers it's hard to test things locally, and many end up running single node setups. k3s is there to address this issue and provides lightweight stack to gain all advantages of the kubernetes with less efforts to run.
Every time we went to UEFI Plugfest, one of the frequently asked questions is how to setup a PXE/HTTPBoot server. Besides, we also have to setup and test the server before the event. Although we already have the document(*), it may be easier to deploy with a container image.
My goal is to learn how to package a container image in SLE/openSUSE and create a flexible image for the fast deployment of PXE/HTTPBoot server.
Releasing rancher is currently a complex process and requires release captains to make alot of manual commits. Much of this work is very procedural. Our goal is to automate the more mundane tasks to make it faster and easier for new release captains to get started.
I plan to learn how to program for PREEMPT-RT (Real Time) patched Linux kernel on aarch64 architecture. I will use a digital oscilloscope and a raspberry pi to compare preempt vs preempt-rt kernels on aarch64 vs a micro-controller. I then plan to build a 4WD robot utilizing the Raspberry Pi, I2C sonar sensors, DC motor controller and camera.