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External HDD Access Denied Windows 8.1

When pissed off by my own external hdd asking for administrator approval every time when I move fielks around i did this: takeown /F “Complete path of the file location”: icacls “Complete path of the file location”: /grant “ComputerName”\”UserName”:F It helped. Somehow 🙂

Thank you Zentyal

Thank you Zentyal for saving me from (two days of testing) all other beautiful, however, not working under hyper-v release like my favorite pfsense, ipcop, untangle and so on. Please Microsoft, give them a driver, but for now Zentyal is working flawessly on my Hyper-V!

Set a Cron Freebsd

If you ever wondered how to setup a cron on bsd(pfsense) The follwoing will run every 5 minutes */5 * * * * user command Every Minute – * * * * * Every 5 Minutes – 0,5,10,15,20,25,30,35,40,45,50,66 * * * * Every 5 Minustes (Simple) – */5 * * * * Every Hour – * */1 * * * and so on. More info here Field Meaning (input) 1 Minutes (0-59) 2 Hours (2-24) 3 Day of the Month (1-31) 4 Month (1-12) January thru December 5 Day of the week (0-6) Sun thru Sat 6 User to execute the command 7 Command to execute

Set Ip Server 2012 PowerShell

To set a static IP address In Windows PowerShell, run Get-NetIPInterface. Make a note of the number shown in the IfIndex column of the output for your IP interface or the InterfaceDescription string. If your computer has more than one network adapter, make a note of the number or string corresponding to the interface for which you wish to set a static IP address. In Windows PowerShell, run New-NetIPAddress –InterfaceIndex 12 –IPAddress -192.0.2.2 –PrefixLength 24 –DefaultGateway -192.0.2.1 Where: InterfaceIndex is the value of IfIndex from Step 2 (in this example, 12) IPAddress is the static IP address you intend to set (in this example, 192.0.2.2) PrefixLength is the prefix length (another form of subnet mask)… Read More »Set Ip Server 2012 PowerShell

PingMonitor is down

Heartbleed Bug gave us a lot of hassle these days, creating patches all around, including my favorite pfsense. First released patch 2.1.1 was quickly replaced by 2.1.2, unfortunately leaving me with mad apinger (aka Ping Monitor). Even disabled it was spitting log entries every 5 minutes, significantly degrading pfsense performance. The only solution found by me was to reinstall dns package (I’ve reinstalled all packages, however the dns fixed the issue). After that disabled apinger remains off, no more fake log entries and my box performance was reclaimed back! Check the screenshot if interested what packages I have installed, hardware, etc.

Quercus bjeli pinot

Quercus beli pinot 2009 = good dry Slovenian wine from Gorisca Brda. It is a bit plain for my taste (I personally prefer more fruity, flavor rich wines), but this doesn’t make it bad at all.

Skype/pulseaudio fix Mint 16

Today I tried a skype call on my truthful AAO which recently got mint 16 and I was frustrated by the sound crackling/distortion. It’s not just a problem with Skype, I believe it’s a problem with, you’ve guessed it, PulseAudio. Workaround? Indeed there is. Disabling PulseAudio’s Glitch Free Audio seems to have solved the crackling for me. To do this, edit the /etc/pulse/default.pa file in your favourite text editor. Search for the following line: load-module module-hal-detect and append “tsched=0” to the end: load-module module-hal-detect tsched=0 restart pulse (or just reboot your system), and the crackling should be gone. Not sure what the side effects are by disabling Glitch Free Audio, but I can’t seem to… Read More »Skype/pulseaudio fix Mint 16

DDWRT Wan Port is not working

If you, like me have TP-Link WR1043ND with DDWRT on it and after assigning a wan port to switch realized that it’s not working just go to: Administration, Commands and paste the code below in the text field: swconfig dev rtl8366rb vlan 1 set ports ‘0 1 2 3 4 5t’ stopservice lan startservice lan Hit the “Save startup” button And now restart your router for the changes to take effect and your’re done! Solution found searching DDWRT forum.

I hate you mister f@#&*#@ rabbit

After an afternoon action with broken coolant temperature sensor we headed home, 750km trip. 150-160 later a rabbit jumped in front of pug, destroying: 1. Front bumper 2. One of the AC fans 3. God knows only what else Creating a small coolant leak (roughly liter per 120-130km) in the middle of the night. Oh, I really fucking hate you mister rabbit.