Syncing game saves with almost any cloud service

Posted on 2023/04/07 in Linux • Tagged with Linux, Cloud, Games, Steam Deck

Edit: New version of the script

Check the repository on and follow the there.

Sync your games to (almost) any cloud service

This is a simple Bash script to sync your game-saves with pretty much any cloud storage service out there. It uses Rclone, which supports dozens (not hyperbole) of providers.

The motivation to create this script was to sync my copy of Stardew Valley between my desktop and my Steam Deck. But wait, doesn't Steam do this ? Yes, it does, for copies bought on Steam. But my copy is from GOG... It runs just fine on the Deck, regardless if it was …

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Installing a Proxmox Home Server for fun and profit

Posted on 2023/02/28 in Linux • Tagged with Linux, virtualization, home server, proxmox, containers

Setting up a home server with Proxmox

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Using Home Assist to sleep/resume a Linux PC

Posted on 2022/12/16 in Linux • Tagged with Linux, Power, Automation, Home Assistant


All right, you automated lots of stuff arround your place with Home Assistant, but what about your PC ?

Wouldn't it be cool if you could turn it on or off from anywhere, just tapping on a button in your phone screen ?

Well, if your PC supports Sleep/Resume, you can do it with a couple of scripts. I'll demonstate here how to do it for a Linux desktop/notebook. You can addapt this to MacOS, maybe even Windows. You you do it, let me know on Mastodon, just Toot me at

Checking system

First of all, let's check if your system supports Sleep/Resume. On a …

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Running Ansible with AWS System Manager

Posted on 2022/12/12 in Cloud • Tagged with Clous, AWS, SSM, Ansible


Ansible is a fantastic tool to automate tasks and manage fleets of servers

Amazon SSM, or Systems Manager, also offers tools to manage your fleet of servers. One of the tools they offer is Session Manager, which allows you to run an interactive shell without having to open a TCP port to the world or dealing with SSH keys.

Usualy, ansible uses SSH to connect and send payloads to the managed servers, if you're using only SSM to mange your instances, how can Ansible connect to them? Well, by using SSM itself to communicate and an S3 bucket to store the payload.

Debian/Ubuntu users beware

System Manager uses …

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First Post on NinjaZumbi

Posted on 2022/02/12 in Site • Tagged with blog, misc

First Post

Yay! That's it, I'm finaly getting out of my Ass and publishing stuff here.

Maybe, one day, I'll have some actual content.

Until then, here's a pic of my cats.

Marceline e Fiona