Like all the rest of the applications it looks awfully small on a hidpi display. Now, it is a wine application and you can change the wine’s DPI setting per WINEPREFIX. However, teamviewer comes with its own, outdated copy of wine that lacks the comfortable winecfg. If you need one, you can just grab a … Read More →
Package built on centos6 with epel using FC’s SRPM that updates the 3.3.2: here It doesn’t solve the problem of “Argument “perl_version” isn’t numeric in numeric” errors from update cronjob. I’ve “solved” it by commenting out #if perl_version >= 5.010000 from /var/lib/spamassassin/<version>/updates_spamassassin_org/72_active.cf.
Here, on my box are the files that can be used to rpm install ssmtp on rhel7 or centos7. Based on el6 rpm from epel and fixes this linking problem: /bin/ld: note: ‘[email protected]@libcrypto.so.10’ is defined in DSO /lib64/libcrypto.so.10 so try adding it to the linker command line hope it helps.
As I wrote here, there is a problem with detecting a link drop when you run a bonded VPN setup, there is no way for the bonding driver to know that one of the tunnels is down. I thought that I will need to code a monitoring daemon for this, but I could manage with … Read More →
Fifth part, conclusions, random gotchas and todos Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 My setup can certainly be improved given I can find some spare time to spend but at the moment I am overloaded with work and will use it as it is. Naturally the complexity and elevated costs can be a … Read More →
Fourth part, The MPTCP Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 5 There is an ongoing effort by IETF to develop standard for Multipath TCP that should overcome the aforementioned problem of having the same IP address to be able to communicate over different paths. In a nutshell what it does is creating simultaneous streams … Read More →
Third part, where I get two ADSL lines and do the final bond Part 1 Part 2 Part 4 Part 5 By the time I’ve got my working prototype I already knew that my current provider will do nothing to improve the situation. Even worse, they’ve offered to see what happens if they lower the … Read More →
Second part, where experiments with VPNs start Part 1 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 So, for the starters. I have a small LAN here with about a dozen of devices that speak to internet. A couple of notebooks, an HTPC, one desktop and various smartphones and tablets. When it comes to the users number it is … Read More →
First part, the obligatory prologue where I explain why I needed it and what were my options in general. Skip this part if you are not interested in random rants and baseless assumptions. Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 I live in Italy, In suburban area of Milan which is considered the industrial … Read More →
A friend of mine was using this NAS for some time. For three+ years to be more precise. And he was considerably happy given the price he paid for it. A week ago he called me telling the thing is dead and he has run out of ideas. He is a smart guy but he … Read More →