I've soldered one of these back onto a RAID card, which is still in use today.. happened years ago
that's just the point - he's acting like the biggest arse ever, no one would want to join telstra
why would I?
you're a troll and just proved it by posting a screenie - you're digging your own hole deeper, it's hilarious
edit: just realised......
you're a telstra shill so stfu - hell ,you even entered a Optus thread and started spouting your telstra love/optus hate
I use nordvpn + optus...
looking for a SMS app that has templates feature, preferably from fdroid
I find I'm SMS'ing the same 4 contacts, would like to have a pre-saved...
what's the go-to solution for LAN remote login?
I RDP from Linux into Windows 8, but the window is some crappy 800x600 box, would...
you on a VPN?
got it working by dedicating a NIC to VMs
I originally dialed in settings etc on both host and VMs, didn't work. Dedicated a NIC, and hey presto,...
is there a trick to moving files between host and VB VMs? I have all the usual check-boxes checked (bidirectional this and that blahblahblah)
I'll have to live with cinnamon unitl semester break, don't have enough time to fluff around with another fresh install :(
na, can't stand virtual workspaces :/ that's a poor mans solution to not having multiple monitors, which isn't me
so with Mate, you can do what I...
oh and an alternative to ultramon would to be super
and is there a way to show a different pic/slideshow on each monitor?
so I've set-up a btrfs raid1... failing to find how to set-up dedup (either constant on or scheduled), nor can I seem to set-up scheduled scrub :/
is it ok to use this thread as a 'perpetual *nix n00bs problems' thread? :P
I've just switched over to Linux Mint (CInnamon), from W10.
mm, sorry, should have clarified. This stand-alone hdd doesn't contain the OS install, it's just a drive to dump files to :)
thanks heaps! :)
another stupid question:
stand-alone hdd.. Linux mint again.. BTRFS, ZFS, or EXT4?
for Linux (Mint).. would like to run a 2-drive RAID1 with dedup... BTRFS or ZFS?
is ZFS under Linux (Mint) trustworthy?
I can't stand opinionated f88kheads like him.. so I'll bite, and come back with a recent (like 2 weeks ago) Linux experience of mine: