Just a collection of some links that I found nifty, dealing with disks on Linux: fdisk -l or parted -l, lsblk (aka list block devices)List all hard disks connected to a CentOS system – lshwCheck for hard disk errors / signs of failure on CentOS ServerCentOS / RHEL : How to extend Physical Volume in… Continue Reading managing disks and using lvm (and other tools)
If you ever feel like the world is falling apart, that every outlook is pessimistic, keep in mind that: Now this does NOT mean that complacency should be your aim. Always stay critical. But do a situation check from time to time, to keep in touch.
Just throwing this out there, as I found it pretty impressive: OpenAI Plays Hide and Seek…and Breaks The Game!
I have switched this blog from worp.one to worp.io as I was finally able to obtain my preferred Domain. In the process I had to change the wordpress base URL, which proved quite painful. First I chose to edit wp-config.php which let the page load but not the CSS and JS for it. Then I… Continue Reading changing the wordpress base url
Just for future reference. git update-index –assume-unchanged (and its counterpart) are very helpful git commands:
Just for me to remember the most basic commands: pvdisplay List physical devices.vgdisplay List volume groups.lvdisplay List logical volumes. lvmdiskscan List devices that may be used as physical volumes lvextend Extend logical volume (by percent, up to specified size or by amount)resize2fs Resize file system after extending a logical volume pvcreate Create physical volumevgcreate Create… Continue Reading LVM Cheatsheet
Today I undocked Google Chrome from my program bar. Yes I didn’t uninstall it, but it’s a step further. A step further towards more privacy. Today I am using Brave for all private purposes. I am also already using Brave for all my freelancing purposes and maybe it will soon find its way into the… Continue Reading From now on i’ll be brave
Just a repost to remember: How to install VirtualBox Guest Additions on a GUI-less Ubuntu server host
HSTS is for security, I get it. But it can be so fucking annoying. Here is how to clear it for specific domains: superuser: How to stop an automatic redirect from “http://” to “https://” in Chrome
If you’re equally annoyed by Confluence’s search, I might have some help. Documentation says about (leading) wildcards: Lucene doesn’t allow wildcards at the beginning of your search, but you can format your search as a regular expression as a workaround. For example, you can’t search for hum or ?hum, as they begin with a wildcard,… Continue Reading Confluence fulltext search / using regex search in confluence