If you happen to live in a Windows/Mac/Linux-environment and you can’t access certain directories ending in spaces or dots, this post is for you.
While preparing some 200 non-domain-registered Windows 7 systems as POS systems, we came across a couple of dead BIOS batteries. Time on these machines would start 1-1-2009 every time and while you could forcibly setup the correct time by pushing a couple of buttons inside of Windows, the question arose if it would be possible…
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I’ve always wanted to implement upside-down-ternet, but lacked the resources. But now it’s 2016 and you can make your wifi-stealing-neighbour’s web browser do all the hard work. This means that a simple OpenWRT router will have enough power to flip the internet – all of it, except for the ssl-protected areas.
So, you own a Synology Disk Station and a disk broke. You messed up by trying to replace the wrong disk. You tried to fix it by reinserting the right disk but that didn’t help. Then you messed up even further by trying to change the volume – or something. You can’t even remember exactly…
Lately I bought a Minix Neo X7 Mini. Next thing you know: I brick the box. Here’s how to unbrick the thing – with Linux. It’s rather easy, too!
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While installing a new server last week, my (SSH / TCP) connection seemed to suffer from some sort of hanging; randomly. I tried to figure out what was going on and it didn’t take long to find…
We lease a couple of machines at Hetzner.de and recently, I looked to improve my initial Easy Setup manual, so I could also use the IPv4 “main” address for a virtual machine. This leaves the main server (the “host”) without an IPv4 address. Please read below how to proceed.
There seems to be a problem using the file() destination for /proc files in Linux. When implementing Securing Your Server With Syslog-NG you will run into it. Please read below.