Changing UUID's on LUKS Encrypted Partitions

I recently obtained a disk dock and cloning unit (StarTech.com) for working with some of my internal drives (I have too many). This unit does a bit-by-bit clone of one disk to another, which is really useful! The problem with this is that each disk now looks exactly the…

We've Only Just Begun

I just wanted to give a quick update on what my company, Arroyo Networks, is up to! Arroyo is moving forward with a brand new product in a brand new market with a brand new purpose. Over the next few months, we plan to offer a private beta of our…

Part Deux: The Fine Tuning

This is a continuation of my original article on our New Dell XPS 15's. This article will cover my "moving in" experience getting used to Gnome 3, and tuning Arch just the way I like it ;) That cool dude over at geeketeer.net has also written about his experiences and…

Our new Thick Clients: Journey to the Dell XPS 15

Introduction Both myself and co-founder, @seglberg, decided early in 2016 that it was time to rethink our workstations. We both had Thinkpad's which were alright but lacked in performance and weren't ready for the workload we presently required. While they've treated us well, we decided to look around and see…

Going public, converting to Arch, and being more Social

Going Public... Just over a week ago, my company rolled out our public presence: A fresh web site, LinkedIn profile, and even Twitter. I want to also thank all the wonderful people who have sent luck our way and those who have supported us thus far...you are awesome! Distro…

Hunky Dory

Late last week, I resigned from my position at Arbor Networks in order to join a stealth startup. Unfortunately, I didn't get to say goodbye to any coworkers because of my discretion around details of the new company. Either way, I'm hitting the ground running at my new gig and…

Streaming large amounts of data!

I recently ran into a situation where I needed to copy a large amount of data from one box to another in a LAN environment. In a situation like this, the following things are usually true, at least for this project they were: Just creating a Tar archive on the…

Backing up to S3: The Containerized Way

I recently decided to jump into the object storage revolution (yeah, I'm a little late). This drive comes from my very old archives I'd like to store offsite but also to more easily streamline how I deploy applications which have things like data directories and databases that need to be…