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Apr/15

Deluge BitTorrent Client On Ubuntu

Overview Deluge is a bit torrent client which uses a client-server like architecture. The cool thing is you can have the server locally (like this install) or remote and just use the client to manage the queue. Install Add the … Continue reading

23

Mar/15

Communal USB Charge Point

Overview I’m an Android user and have converted everyone in the house hold to be the same. As a convenience thing I decided to use one of the spare wall socket to USB plugs and put a micro USB cable … Continue reading

2

Mar/15

Virtualbox Stopped Working After Installing Hypervisor

I got the message when I tried to run one of my VMs and got this or similar message about 64bit support: VT-x/AMD-V hardware acceleration is not available on your system. Your 64-bit guest will fail to detect a 64-bit … Continue reading

16

Feb/15

FreePBX ARI Framework Disabled

I upgraded to FreePBX 12 and had the following disabled moduled: amportal a ma delete fw_ari -f amportal a ma download fw_ari -f amportal a ma install fw_ari -f Running the above in sequence then going back to the web … Continue reading

3

Feb/15

Windows file name(s) are too long

I wanted to delete some Windows 8 store cache files but an error came up when I tried to delete them from Explorer. I found a cool way to get around this as Windows have a limitation of not just … Continue reading

2

Feb/15

Flashing Nexus 7 2013 4.4 to Android 5.0 Lollipop

Overview Flashing a new OS onto a tablet requires a computer and and USB cable so it doesn’t require a lot. All the stock images from Google are freely available to download. This is provided as a guide only and … Continue reading

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Jan/15

Replace Disk In LVM On Ubuntu

Overview LVM makes adding and removing physical disk very easy as its an additional layer of abstraction. I will go through the steps need to replace an existing disk of same or larger size. Warning! Always backup prior to doing … Continue reading

5

Jan/15

Install Latest Maven On Ubuntu 14.04

Overview It’s well known that Ubuntu ships and keeps the same main branch of software that was shipped with the version on Ubuntu at the time. A good example is Ubuntu 14.04 has HAProxy 1.4 even though 1.5 came out … Continue reading