Having recently set up netdata at home just to have some stats/performance dashboards for my home servers, I wanted to dig in a little and see if I could collect throughput for my EdgeRouter interfaces. It's should be possible with the SNMP collector so let's see!
After upgrading to the latest LTS Ubuntu 20.04, I decided to stop using the old standard lightdm-gtk-greeter and give in to using Gnome's gdm3. But I don't like Ubuntu's default styles — in fact, I use a vanilla gnome-session entirely to avoid the purple flash you get on ubuntu-session.
There's a new book out by David Graeber, and I haven't read it yet, but I'm dying to write about a review of it, whose sole criticism is stuck in my craw. I'm talking about Miranda Purves' Bloomberg review.
I imagine a lot of people identifying with her view, yet I find it deeply flawed and misguided.