This is just too bizarre not to post. I got this in an e-mail today. Favyen Bastani 11:28 AM (5 hours ago) to lndynamic-anno. Hi all, The datacenter (Toronto) will be performing emergency maintenance at 3:30 pm EDT today afternoon […]
This is a work in progress. I update this as I learn things. Things To Know cloud-config Configuration file used by coreOS to configure itself. Processed on every system boot. Unit files define your units. drop-ins can be inside unit […]
4/28/14 edit: If you’re cool with ubuntu, and just want something good, go here- https://system76.com/ Today is cyber monday 2014. My brother e-mailed me for tips on buying a laptop, so I’ll share them here. This is all opinion based […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoQsAB4rR5Q So I want an EV. I love Tesla Motors but I’m also interested in the DIY scene. I’ve seen some really cool electric vehicle conversions on youtube. A BMW M3 (which went on to set a record on Pike’s […]
At work we run vehicle tracking software from Kenwood called KAS-10. KAS-10 connects to our Kenwood radio system and receives position reports from mobile radios. KAS-10 has a dependency of Microsoft MapPoint, but not just any version of MapPoint, it […]
This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU.
Unable to boot - please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU.
I keep coming across this issue on my eeePC. I’ve solved it more than once, but I never make note of how I solve it. The issue arises when I botch an OS install. The lastest iteration of this […]
I had this error on nagios for the longest time. “NRPE: Command ‘check_disk_root’ not defined” This problem server, called derp is running NRPE under xinetd. Today I solved the issue! Big thanks to this answer on stackoverflow. In this answer […]