I am trying to build a home lab server , but I am a bit overwheelm with the hardware. the scope is to host 30+ systems
*nix , windows xp ,7,8,10,2k,server, vlans. I also want the hardware that I want to buy that could handle 30+ operating systems ,but it needs to be quiet because it is going to be in the living room. (snapshots are important). i am worried about the heat(I dont have a special room with air conditioning) , and easy and cheap to maintain.
software to use
- vmware esxi or promox
- if it’s possible to build a virtual NFS it is better.
- dell r7 noisy # second hand
- storage HDD or ssd
- ethernet cables
- route ?
- switch ?
- legos for the rack
I recently changed the domain name on my wordpress website. Since doing so I am unable to edit the current widgets I have on the home page. They are still on the actual home page however when I go into customization I see the following “Your theme has 8 widget areas, but this particular page doesn’t display them on page with widgets”.
I can still edit them in the widgets area but I am concerned why I cant do it the normal way in customization. Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this?
Any help will be much appreciated.
After some difficulties dualbooting Ubuntu 18.04 with Windows 10, I’ve noticed that my /home partition isn’t mounted. How would I go about mounting it. I though about using the built in Disks program, and changing the mounting point, but I don’t want to mess with something I don’t fully understand.
My system’s installed on /dev/sda7, and my home partition was supposed to be /dev/sda9
I’m running Ubuntu 18.04.1 and have gnome-calculator 3.30.1 installed. I’m pretty sure that’s the one that came bundled with the operating system.
Every time I launch gnome-calculator the following message is logged:
kernel: [10238.459543] audit: type=1400 audit(1547652310.229:29638): apparmor="DENIED" operation="open" profile="snap.gnome-calculator.gnome-calculator" name="/home/me/Documents/" pid=10260 comm="head" requested_mask="r" denied_mask="r" fsuid=1000 ouid=1000
Identical messages are logged, with the only difference being the directory that gnome-calculator is attempting to access:
name="/home/me/Desktop/" name="/home/me/Downloads/" name="/home/me/Music/" name="/home/me/Pictures/" name="/home/me/Videos/" name="/home/me/Public/" name="/home/me/Templates/"
My interpretation of the above is that gnome-calculator is attempting to scan the contents of my home directory and AppArmor is preventing it from doing so.
If that’s the case, why is gnome-calculator scanning my home directory?
Is gnome-calculator infected by malware, malware itself, or a Trojan?
I’m referring to the fish-eye/magnifier effect applied to app icons as they approach the center of the screen (animation here)
I'm a speech therapist, clearly not a web designer or marketer. I made this site, speech-therapyathome.com to try to sell home speech programs to parents. My biggest question at the moment is what I should have on my home page. Right now I try to establish some credibility and to create "buy in" – tell parents why they need my products. To buy the products they need to go to another page. Is this a good idea? Should my products be on my home page?
Any other comments on my site would…
Products on home page or get "buy in" first?
I’m configuring a raspberry pi IDS with ELK stack on a separate machine, my problem is to connecting it to the router in a way it can read traffic on the whole network and drop the suspicious packets.
The way I came up with is to configure Pi as a network gateway, connect it to the router through the Ethernet and force all the devices through that. I was wondering if there is a better solution.
I would like to visit Canada for 2 weeks for tourist purposes only. This is the first time I’m applying to Canada. In past, I have traveled EU in 2017 and England in 2018. I don’t have any invitation letter from Canada although those other two visas I got with the invitation letter. I’m having a decent business going on here in India. I’m happy to book a return flight ticket and hotel booking in advance. In the proof of ties, I can show:-
1) Bank balance $ 10k 2) Travel History(EU / UK) 3) Business registration documents 4) Last 3 ITRs(last year ITR was 6lakh) 5) NOC from my business partners on my company’s letterhead(and use business account during my stay in Canada)
I heard that my case is not that strong because:- 1) I don’t have an Invitation letter 2) I don’t have any property registered on my own name 3) I’m single(not married) 4) Sudden transfer from business account to saving account
I recently installed Wine-stable following the guide on their website. It seems to work great. The problem is the installation has left a bunch of files that say “invalid encoding” where a file name should be, which are currently cluttering up my home directory. I attempted to move/delete the files but any attempt to get rid of them simply breaks wine. I will list the steps I followed during install. What have I done wrong?
sudo dpkg –add-architecture i386
wget -nc https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/winehq.key
sudo apt-key add winehq.key
sudo apt-add-repository ‘deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubuntu/ bionic main’
sudo apt update
sudo apt install –install-recommends winehq-stable