For an internal project, I use decentralized text files to write documentation. This documentation needs to be (re)distributed, and historical diff-info needs to be able to be shown after the decentralized documents are merged with each other and the master branch is re-pulled from the bare repository into the decenttralized devices.
The flat files themselves are possibly edited using a simple editor, like gedit. but the files are shown on the separate decentralized laptops using DokuWiki (in this case, dokuwiki is .not. per se used as the editor itself [at this moment]).
The University of Bonn computer science institute's persons Felix Leder and Tillmann Werner wrote a scanner to check if there is a chance that a computer is infected with Conficker by checking the behavior of ports.
To get it running on a (clean install of Ubuntu), these actions can be taken:
First, prepare standard libraries (via python-dev) and some extraction tools (tar and unzip)
sudo apt-get install python-dev tar unzip
get java for your machine (keep it easy: install a 64-bit java if you have a 64-bit Ubuntu ok...)
- Download server software minecraft_server.1.7.10.jar (source)
- Place the .jar in a folder of your liking
- Create a symbolic link to it like this:
- ln -s ./minecraft_server.1.7.10.jar ./mc.jar
- Then create a minecraft.sh-file to start it using this command:
- java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar mc.jar nogui
By default, if you install using aptitude like this:
sudo apt-get install gnucash
...then MySQL will not be enabled automatically.
This page will show how I added 6x1TB disks, in three different, mirrored tanks. Three separate tanks, because for usage in the file system I created three mount points in order to have each disk-pair serving one file system mount point. The reason for this is so I can use one of the three mount points as my personal-data pool (family/holiday pictures, family/holiday videos) so I can plug it out of the server and take it with me in a second in case I need to leave the premises and require a quick backup.
This shows in total these error lines if you encounter this:
Failed to load ZFS module stack.
Load the module manually by running 'insmod <location>/zfs.ko' as root.
- Find USB device you want to communicate to
Write down vendor and product
- Load usb-serial module, linked to the required USB device (source)
cd /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/drivers/usb/serial/
sudo insmod usbserial.ko vendor=0x0bc7 product=0x0001