When I was attempting to build a new RAID-1 array on a DSM-323, I was getting brutal performance. Tweaking
speed_limit_min helped significantly.
I was getting the following error while creating a Cpanel WHM server with mod_ruid2 and mod_security2
When updating to gcc-4.9.3 the build was failing with error
Makefile:2129: recipe for target 's-attrtab' failed
Rather than adding a composer.phar file to each project it can be easier to install composer to your linux distribution’s bin folder.
Ubuntu has a rather nasty bug when it comes to temperature control on the Thinkpad line of laptops. The fans run at a lower RPM than necessary, which results in overheating and random shutdowns. The overheating has also caused perminant damage to some of the cells in my battery, significantly decreasing battery life.
After doing a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 I had problems installing running VMware Workstation 8; when building the kernel modules it failed to build the network module (vmnet).
After upgrading to VMWare ESXi 5 from 4.1, I found one of my datastore volumes would no longer mount. The disk would show up as a device, but there were a series of errors whenever I tried to mount the volume.
I wanted to try out some of the new features in the upcoming XBMC Eden release.
The problem is that I am running XMBC-live on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid and the Eden xbmc-live package requires the uxlaunch package which is only available in newer versions of Ubuntu. However, it is still possible to get a working xbmc-live setup by manually configuring the system startup.