Learn more about network performance testing tools. I would like to get more fimilar with netperf and iperf. Try to find out what's different between netperf and iperf. And have a look at what's new in iperf3.
The UEFI image for QEMU/AArch64 is available in the openSUSE build service now. However, there is no openSUSE image for that setup. This project is to make openSUSE run on QEMU/AArch64 + UEFI and this may be useful for the openQA in the future.
the Taipei office lacks automatic printer discovery so everyone has to download and install some weird "driver". That's not the Linux way of doing things. So set up a cups server and do proper printer announcements with that one.
QEMU can serve host files using the 9P2000 protocol. Xen can serve host files using the 9P2000 protocol. Even WSL2 can serve files using the 9P2000 protocol. This makes it a perfect choice to make your kernel under development in your host environment available to your testing VM, right? Well, almost. GRUB2 cannot boot from a Plan9 filesystem share.
The key protector support in GRUB2 is on the way and it currently supports only TPM2. This project is aim to explore the possibility to extend the key protector to support Yubikey to store the LUKS key.