This is a solution how to enable single-click Torrent streaming (view without download) in Linux. First, install Node.js and Peerflix: Then, create a helper script, let’s call it ~/stream.sh: Add executable permission: Right-click a .torrent file in a file browser. Do Open With and choose the stream.sh script. Next time, the option… Read More »
This is the second time I step into this crap. Let’s save some handy commands for the future. After updating the distribution of my Ubuntu Server box, the ZFS kernel module is missing. I get the following error during the upgrade: configure: error: *** Please make sure the kmod spl devel <kernel> package for your… Read More »
This is not shown in VirtualBox manual, but it makes a better sense to me to address the raw disk or partition by its name or UUID when creating the VMDK file: instead of it is better to use e.g.: This way, the virtual device is not affected by the device name (dev/sdX) change
A working method to restore the Grub bootloader. Assuming the hard drive to be repaired is /dev/sda. If not, change accordingly. Boot from a live CD, USB stick etc. Open terminal and execute the following commands: Reboot
btnx is no longer available on newer Linux Mint (probably Ubuntu too) releases. This is a working alternative. Install easystroke: A new icon appears in notification bar. Open the application. In Preferences->Additional buttons add the buttons you want to configure. I need the thumb scroll to switch between tabs – forward, back and close.… Read More »
A followup to an older post of mine: http://antanas.veiverys.com/enabling-serialport-datareceived-event-in-mono/. The previous approach required rebuilding Mono with a small patch. Here is a derived class that does the same.
I have updated my automatic backup system. The main difference from my previous post is that the backup server is now responsible for pulling the data from remote PCs
Symptoms: after changing hardware (motherboard, NIC, virtual machine setup etc.) network connections are no longer available. ifconfig does not list the connections, although the adapters are displayed by ifconfig -a. ifup eth0 returns “Ignoring unknown interface eth0=eth0.”