How I Play D&D Using Linux Native Tools
Why Linux? I use Linux as my primary operating system purely as personal preference. If you’ve looked at my previous post you’ll know I prefer to use Tiling Window Managers these days and honestly using Windows 10 or even MacOS just feels…. wrong to me. So allow me a momnent before I dig into these tools I need to make the disclaimer that they aren’t all open source or even free.
Setting Up A Basic NFS Share on Linux
Updated 9/12/2022 Originally Titled “Setting Up NFS on Debian 10 Buster Video So there is a video guide I made a few months back. Required Packages Debian/Ubuntu: Server Only apt install nfs-kernel-server Client Only apt install nfs-common CentOS/Redhat/Fedora/ArchLinux/Gentoo dnf install nfs-utils Setting up the file share There’s a few things that need done here. First things first we need to pick a directory, or make one. Personally I usually make one right in the root “/” directory.