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  1. [UbuntuGnome] Issues with display going blank when idle.

    Hi friends. I've been having an issue with my 17.04 Ubuntu Gnome system. This was a brand new install of 17.04 about 2 months ago. Lately I've been having issues with the screen timeout acting...
  2. [UbuntuGnome] Re: 17.04, screen blanks after 5 minutes, doesn't always wake up?

    Had a lockup again today.

    http://paste.ubuntu.com/24611050/

    Maybe a possible connection? The very last line in the syslog before I took note that my system hard locked and restarted it was the...
  3. [UbuntuGnome] Re: 17.04, screen blanks after 5 minutes, doesn't always wake up?

    Hi friends. I'm still running into this. This time I copied my syslog *after* booting back up. Today it was a similar story. Sat laptop down, screen went blank after a few minutes, moved cursor to...
  4. [UbuntuGnome] 17.04, screen blanks after 5 minutes, doesn't always wake up?

    Hey friends. Trying to troubleshoot something happening on my T470 with Ubuntu Gnome 17.04. I have the system set to blank the screen after 5 minutes, but that's it. No auto suspend or auto hibernate...
  5. [UbuntuGnome] Re: Firefox having issues when resuming from suspend.

    I just tried that, but it didn't make a difference on my end. :( No matter what tricks I try or what I click on, I can't get Firefox to begin to act normal unless I kill it entirely and bring it...
  6. [UbuntuGnome] Firefox having issues when resuming from suspend.

    Hi friends. I'm having an issue in Firefox, and have been experiencing this issue, for quite some time. I'm curious if anybody else has experienced it and whether they know of a workaround besides...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Is it possible to append the current date to a specific part of a file?

    Just wanted to follow up. Sorry on the delayed response, had some life events happening.

    I found a workable alternative (workable for me anyway). Basically I just installed Apache on my file...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Is it possible to append the current date to a specific part of a file?

    It's something I'll have to tinker with. Right now I'm doing raw data rsync backups, which I like, because raw files are just raw files. Given rsync is so quick and by default it does incremental...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Is it possible to append the current date to a specific part of a file?

    But regardless of which mechanism I use to back up, rdiff, rsync, etc., I want to set up a way that I can physically see the machine completed a backup. Otherwise the backup process is entirely...
  10. [ubuntu] Is it possible to append the current date to a specific part of a file?

    Hi friends. I have a series of backup jobs using rsync that run on multiple systems. Those rsync scripts will append a current date/time stamp to a txt file barring that the rsync job completes. This...
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    [UbuntuGnome] Gnome freezing at random?

    Hi friends. With the recent news of Ubuntu switching to Gnome, I decided to spin up 17.04 Ubuntu Gnome on several systems for sake of getting in on the changes early. I have three installations so...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: VLC - Take in RTMP stream, kick out multicast broadcast?

    Part of the plan I didn't disclose was to host the archives on an nginx share that anybody internally can access. This would likely be controlled by a cron job that'll move the newly recorded file to...
  13. [ubuntu] VLC - Take in RTMP stream, kick out multicast broadcast?

    Hi friends. I'm working on a project and beginning to do some digging on the nitty gritty. I'm still in testing mode and feeling out each possible scenario to see what will work best for our...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Remuxing video with Nautilus script

    Thanks for your insight, TheFu. It dawned on me after posting I could probably rename the original, and then name the output back to match the original input name. I haven't tried it yet, but perhaps...
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    [ubuntu] Remuxing video with Nautilus script

    Hi friends. I have a scenario where I'd like to be able to right click a file, such as an mkv, go to scripts, click the script, and it remuxes for me. Originally I had hoped to have ffmpeg remux the...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Clarification with one small thing in AutoFS

    Ah, I understand. Well, only way to find out. Fire up autofs and see. :) I'm very happy with it. I like how automated it is.

    Couple examples:

    --I have Clementine's "music" directory pointed to...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Clarification with one small thing in AutoFS

    I still like gvfs. There's no beating opening up Nautilus, CTRL L, punch in smb://ip.of.file.server, boom done. I dig it for that. You can bookmark those links to make it easier to access as well.
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    Re: is ZFS ready for the masses?

    Regarding BTRFS, I'm pretty sure I saw a Twitter post a few weeks/months ago that literally stated they recommend ZFS for certain RAID environments as some new/not previously disclosed findings were...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Shotwell - Pictures folder on server/NAS

    I suppose so. I guess I was putting more hope that Shotwell was figuring out its amazingness based on the actual picture files themselves as opposed to a separate set of files (the db files).

    Next...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Shotwell - Pictures folder on server/NAS

    Everybody does have the exact same photos, as the photos in question originate from the same exact 'source' for all machines -- the file server. That said, your suggestion on symlinking the db may be...
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    [ubuntu] Shotwell - Pictures folder on server/NAS

    Hi friends. In our household, I have a 6TB file server (Ubuntu Server) in the basement. This acts as a central hub for all of our data. I also have autofs running on all systems, which automatically...
  22. [ubuntu] Bash script - something isn't quite right.

    Hi friends. I put together a bash script in an effort to make my off-site-backup easier. My off-site plan is to simply keep an external hard drive in my desk at work. I work close to home, so coming...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache, Reverse Proxy, SSL -- 404 error.

    Maybe the best course of action would be disabling SSL on the internal box. That would suggest, if my understanding is correct, that anything entering/leaving the actual network would be passed over...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache, Reverse Proxy, SSL -- 404 error.

    Hmm, if it raises concerns I wonder how others do it? Surely folks/businesses out there are running a reverse proxy server which bounces users to other servers on the back end without the visitor...
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    [ubuntu] Apache, Reverse Proxy, SSL -- 404 error.

    Hi friends. I'm trying to get a reverse proxy to work with my Bluecherry server in an effort to proxy local requests over the Bluecherry port (7001) through my main web server. Both the web server...
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