I recently purchased a Coral.ai co-processor for use with Frigate, an open-source security camera NVR that utilizes AI models to very accurately detect motion events. Google’s USB based Coral device promises to take the processing burden away from my forty Intel CPU cores that could barely handle it.
Ever need to track the performance of your internet connection in a pinch? I did the other day when a customer we installed DIA services for complained of poor performance. I’ve tried many schemes in the past to do this kind of testing and this time I wanted to do something new. I also wanted
I wrote this guide to show you how to do a proper KVM setup on your CentOS dedicated server. We will be using VNC and connecting to the dedicated server remotely from your workstation. I realize there are a lot of other guides for utilizing Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hardware virtualization. What sets this guide