Building your own box fan filter is a great way to reduce the amount of dust in your workspace. And you can build it for just about the cost of the fan and a suitable filter.
I’m taking that one step further and adding in variable speed motor control inline with the box fan filter itself. For the cost of an additional triac to chop the voltage to the motor I’ll be able to trim the fan speed up or down depending on the amount of noise and airflow I’d like.
You could do that with fail2ban, sure. But in this case there’s already a native way to handle it without going outside most standard Linux installs. Because the authentication layer is handled by PAM.d
Branded the Mingxi MX-180V mini metal lathe this model is available in a few different configurations from different resellers. And they’ll all have (for the 180V) a digital read-out and 8″ by 12″ work area.
Since I can’t find it anywhere online currently here’s the Features5.pdf file from Cinelerra-GG 09/30/2018 release. It documents the Cinelerra-CV and Cinelerra-GG feature set.
Also, it coincidentally has the VP9 settings for Cinelerra that I couldn’t find listed anywhere else under chapter 3.4. Hopefully this helps anyone else whom can’t find it on the Internet while searching.