Tag Archives: Linux

Business/Enterprise Class Computing

By | April 29, 2021

We now have a generation of kids who never worked on real computers, only x86 platforms; so Business Class Computing needs to be explained. This all started with an exchange I had on the qt-interest list with someone I respect. -Text isn’t a stream. Katepart would disagree. part of the exchange, their response to my… Read More »

Linux Distros That Suck at Multiple Hard Drives

By | January 27, 2021

Some Linux distros really suck at dealing with multiple hard drives. Too many “maintainers” only have a laptop. Background You need a wee bit of background before we jump in. Hopefully you can see the featured image. Recently picked up this Lenovo M93p ThinkCentre from eBay. I specifically bought an M93p instead of M83 because… Read More »

ERROR: resume: hibernation device not found

By | January 9, 2021

You gotta love a cryptic error message during boot like: “ERROR: resume: hibernation device ‘UUID=long number here’ not found.” Love even more the fact you need roughly ten minutes of patience to get past it. The thing about having quite a few machines you experiment with is you stumble across the really stupid stuff. I… Read More »

How to Make Ubuntu 20.04 Work with Buffalo NAS

By | August 16, 2020

We’ve all been there. You install a new Ubuntu release and sh*t doesn’t work. It’s really frustrating when it is sh*t that has worked for years. Well, here is how you fix it. Buffalo (and I suspect some other brands) are horribly behind when it comes to network standards and security. More importantly they never… Read More »