2 minute read Published: 2019-11-21

Roughly every week I learn something that it seems like everyone who's been using Linux for any decent period of time seems to already know, so I'm gonna start writing them down as I discover them. In today's episode, I learned about at, which really tickles the part of me that likes things that just do what they say they do.

echo notify-send "get coffee" | at 4pm

Per-account RuneLite profiles using plain Linux users

3 minute read Published: 2019-10-11

The current Old School RuneScape metagame is pretty heavily dependant on the use of alt accounts. Efficient skilling needs a lot of money, and it's a waste of time to do money makers on your main account if you could be making money on an alt at the same time. RuneLite, the most popular client, does not support multiple profiles for having persistent settings for different accounts.

Thankfully, those using a decent operating system (i.e. Linux) can get around this pretty easily.

Convert the PwK Kali VM for use with QEMU/KVM in virt-manager

2 minute read Published: 2019-09-11

If (like me) you're after your OSCP and thus enrolling in the PwK course, you're given a Kali Linux VM to use in VMware format (vmdk).

If (like me) you prefer to keep all your virt open source and already run other VMs with qemu/KVM/libvirt, then we'll need to do something about that.