Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


uudruid74 last won the day on October 30 2015

uudruid74 had the most liked content!

About uudruid74

  • Rank
    Advanced Member


  • Location
    Dallas, TX USA
  • Interests
    Tabletop RPG, Guitar, Linux, Eddon, raising penguins

Recent Profile Visitors

3,006 profile views
  1. I checked the logs before and didn't see anything odd. But, now its stopped doing it. I'm thinking it was maybe a DNS thing. More about me at https://eddon.systems
  2. Both points are valid, but there aren't many other options. Maybe we need a package manager that installs new software based on pre-defined groups and makes new users members. More about me at https://eddon.systems
  3. I would just give separate accounts for play and school, for each kid. The play accounts would include an extra 'group' membership. The Linux firewall can restrict access to sites by the processes owning user and group. Application can have execute restricted if not in the owning group. You may need a fairly sophisticated firewall to scan the page for keywords like 'game', 'movie', 'porn' or whatever else you like. Some stuff always blacklisted, rest of the net locked except for whitelisted sites during school. And VNC should already be well integrated. Now, set up the 'play'
  4. My website is tengine and joomla. There is a landing page (preloads some stupidly large javascript while you look at pretty animations) which has a link to the Joomla stuff (php via pfm) Joomla hangs the first time you go into it. If you refresh or hit enter in the URL bar, it comes right up. Happens on multiple clients. Anyone seen this before? More about me at https://eddon.systems
  5. Nevermind. I got it all working and it seems to work great. Way cool to have my mail sorted into folders before I ever open one of my email programs. Now I just need to move more of my mail to my own server. I'm loving this! :-) More about me at https://eddon.systems
  6. Anyone have a good HowTo for setting up DoveCot with Sieve filters? I'm more familiar with Courier, but I just took the plunge and migrated over. I have sieve and managesieve USE flags set. The web site for Dovecot starts talking about Pigeonhole. Do I need it? There isn't an ebuild for it, so if I need it, what are the USE flags for? I just don't see how this fits together and all I can find are a few undocumented posts of config files, and I refuse to blindly cut n paste, or instructions for Ubuntu that don't seem to apply to us. Any Dovecot experts? More about me at http
  7. I don't think you need to bother with Metro. I remember the old Stage3 vs Stage1 wars on Gentoo (some 12 years ago now) and everyone will have their own thoughts. I like things to just work with a minimum of hassle. Just crab a stage3 and go. BTW, you use a lot of Gnome software. The Gnome desktop supports ALT+SUPER+8 to turn on zoom, ALT+SUPER+'=' for zoom in (the +/= key and use '-' next to it to zoom out again). And if you really have trouble the screen reader is ALT+SUPER+S (if orca is installed). There are others like text size and high contrast adjustments, but those don't se
  8. Systemd is NOT supported by Funtoo. Get it off your machine. You don't need it for Funtoo's Gnome. Systemd on systems its supposed to work on does weird stuff like this. Trying to meld it with Funtoo OpenRC is asking for serious pain. More about me at https://eddon.systems
  9. Are you using a framebuffer console? More about me at https://eddon.systems
  10. Another similar tool to fail2ban is sshguard, but you might to just get a list of Chinese IPs and permanently block them all. More about me at https://eddon.systems
  11. There was a slashdot article about Busybox removing systemd support, which turned into an sub-thread about an ipv6 over ipv4 service. The systemd maintainers added a respawn "fix" that would restart the service within 10 seconds since the daemon would abort if the network wasn't up .... of course this means that the upstream service providers get hit with retries every 10 seconds if your password is wrong or something else is misconfigured, and they were annoyed that the warning NOT to respawn wasn't being acknowledged and no notification was given that the unit file was being changed. They
  12. I'm not really a fan of udisks either. Even after unmounting/ejecting a usb device, I can't fsck the thing because the kernel thinks its in use, even with no files open on it. I think this is a udisks issue, which is now a systemd thing. The workaround is to remove the device and reinsert it but don't open it or else udisks will hang on to it forever. These over-complicated system daemons are horrible. And they all seem to come from freedesktop.org ... I'm really starting to hate freedesktop.org. More about me at https://eddon.systems
  13. It doubt it will ever be an option, let alone the default.
  14. Or modify rc-update to look for systemd unit files? More about me at https://eddon.systems
  15. There would seem to an issue with fragmentation of our userbase. This will only get worse. It would be nice to abstract daemon installation in some portable way. Maybe some application that could convert from some universal configuration to whatever the local init system requires, or perhaps we should accept that systemd will be prevalent and make a converter that converts systemd configurations to openrc scripts? Does such a think already exist? More about me at https://eddon.systems
  • Create New...