TL;DR: Install docker AND dockerd Unfortunately the Wiki documentation appears out of date for installing Docker as a container host in OpenWRT. The majority of the documentation is fine. However, the instructions tell a user to download 'docker-ce' with opkg, which is no longer possible and presumably out-of-date. The
If you're reading this your phone has started to chugg hard. The fix for me was to go to Settings -> System -> Ram Boost Disable it. Whatever it is, it aggressively attacks the performance of apps and causes the slow down and lagginess you're likely experiencing. One whole day
If you're reading this you're probably dealing with the hell I've just been through trying to get apps like Nextcloud, Redis and all sorts of other things in Docker to run on a Raspberry Pi4, which suddenly seemed to stop working overnight. The reason? These apps all use Alpine Linux
It's incredibly irritating and certainly a bug, when you've disabled the multiplayer element but you're still unable to change the time through the quick access bar at the top of the screen. Especially if you're trying to enjoy the scenery. The trick is to enable Developer Settings in 'General Settings'
Every now and then, I'm noticing more and more electric scooters. The other day I saw a ten-ish year old riding one on the pavement, and I'm seeing people use them in the bike lanes in town. It's rare, but the awareness of them is leading to a very slow
This is the third and final post of a three-parter covering UK-Israeli business perspectives. The two previous posts covered the thoughts and feelings Israeli's had when working with UK business. Now from my own experiences dealing with Israeli businesses and start-ups over the past six years I'd like to share
Carrying on from my previous post [http://blog.samcater.com/uk-israel-part1/], here is the second part of the breakdown from several interviews with Israeli's who have engaged with business in the UK. Israelis Know Everything An Israeli 'flaw' which several people agreed on is the concept of Israeli's thinking that
This is a three-part series. Two cover the Israeli perspectives on business with the UK, and the third will cover advice for Israeli businesses trying to get UK leads. Over the last few days I've been interviewing a selection of people who have been involved, one way or another, with
I spent most of the last week with Hysolate [https://www.hysolate.com], another one of the Team8 companies I'm visiting during my stay in Israel. In a nutshell, Hysolate produce a specialist Hypervisor [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypervisor] which is used to run one or more versions of
By far the best way to get around Tel Aviv is to use Bird [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.bird.android&hl=en]. It is the most fun I've ever had travelling around any city - it beats any metro, tube, tram, bus or taxi experience.