Tag: Linux

How to Make Ubuntu 20.04 Work with Buffalo NAS
By: Date: August 16, 2020 Categories: Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
Network drives

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…

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Qt – Printing – Taxes — Pt. 1
By: Date: December 22, 2019 Categories: Experience,Information Technology Tags: , , , ,
Forms ruler image

Unlike many of my “journey” post series, I actually have to complete most of this. It’s not experimenting for the sake of experimenting. It’s a need which keeps coming around every year. Those of you who have read “The Minimum You Need to Know About Qt and Databases” ISBN-13: 978-0-9823580-5-4 have an inkling about this….

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A TCP/IP Software Appliance
By: Date: June 11, 2018 Categories: Experience,Information Technology,Thank You Sir May I Have Another Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

In the very near future, every viable business class operating system will incorporate a TCP/IP Software Appliance. This is not a firewall. What we have today serving as firewalls may or may not server any purpose in the future, but one thing is for certain, we cannot solve our security problems via any hacks to…

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