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CrashPlan Linux: Deleting the Massive Cache

Recently I noticed that I had surprisingly little free space on my root partition. ┬áSome investigation revealed a 6.8GB “/usr/local/crashplan/cache/42” directory. The fix was pretty easy to find for MacOS, and for convenience I’m reposting the instructions suited for Linux. … Continue reading

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Open mailto: links in Thunderbird on Linux (incl Chrome)

Didn’t expect this one to result in a blog post, but seeing as it took me more than 10 minutes to figure this out, figured the info might help others ­čÖé This solution is probably only relevant if you installed … Continue reading

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E-Sky Simulator FMS in Linux / Windows

Note: The box says “MODEL1 002203” and “MODEL2 000502”, but I couldn’t find any way on the remote to identify which model it was. ┬áIt’s USB identifier is 0402:0402 ADC by ALi Corp. E-Sky Simulator FMS in Linux / Windows … Continue reading

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Useful sysrecuecd chroot stuff [WIP]

mkdir /mnt/tmp mount /dev/vdb /mnt/tmp mount /dev/vda1 /mnt/tmp/boot mount -o bind /proc /mnt/tmp/proc mount -o bind /dev /mnt/tmp/dev mount -o bind /dev/pts /mnt/tmp/dev/pts mount -o bind /dev/sys /mnt/tmp/sys/ chroot /mnt/tmp /bin/bash Refs: * http://www.sysresccd.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1684 On Debian/Ubuntu: dpkg-divert –local –rename –add … Continue reading

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Routed (non-bridged) setup for KVM & libvirt (avoids port security) – Method 1: proxy_arp

Note: this method has been largely┬ásuperseded by the one described in┬áthis post. The advantage of the newer method is easier setup and working DHCP. Original Post The default set up for virtual machines involving setting up a bridge, and having … Continue reading

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