Category: GNU Linux fail


Checkout: IceCat Ok, let’s put this straigt. Mozilla HAD (!!!) a contract with Google from 2012 – 2014 that showered them with money – which they probably got a lot of shitstorms, and online-bashing. But even worse: Google stole a […]


in General: NFS is pretty fast protocol for accessing files. It uses less overhead than SMB/CIFS and therefore acchieves greater performance. method1) rsyncing to a nfs-mounted qnap nas went with 20,7 MBytes/sec. method2) while directly ssh-rsyncing to qnap works only […]


i recognized a very strange behaviour… the defined share in /etc/samba/smb.conf could NOT be accessed. No matter the config. So i added an obsolete „test“ share… and was able to access all the other shares that were denied previously („data“).


USE YOUR QNAP ONLY TO STORE BACKUPS! NEVER UNIQUE DATA OF WHICH NO BACKUP EXISTS! (like your holiday-pictures that you removed from your laptop harddisk to free some space… ARGH… and that you PLANNED to burn on DVD but never […]


tested on: Linux debian7 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.46-1+deb7u1 x86_64 GNU/Linux here an example how aptitude can resolve a problem that apt can’t resolve (easily). how to solve the problem: #!/bin/bash # the problem: dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of […]


i love gparted, super nice partition management program. THANK YOU GPARTED TEAM 🙂 argh… well i guess nobody is perfect, therefore no human made product can be perfect, therefore to become (at least almost perfect) means to learn how to […]