Today I needed to mount one of my USB sticks on windows to copy some files over. To get windows to recognise it I altered/etc/mke2fs.conf and done the following. Removed ext_addr from “base_features” and commented out the inode_size line. Here is a diff from the default ubuntu e2fsprogs /etc/mke2fs.conf with
Using r1soft mySQL addon to setup mySQL replication slaves requiring read locks in seconds rather than hours for non transactional tables.
Last Sunday I had a new customer sign up to our Linux Server Management company and one of the issues they were receiving was bandwidth overages for continual outbound DoS attacks their system was performing but they were unable to track. So in effort to find the initial cause of
Today I finally got around to rooting my UK T-mobile G1,
While I work with and “hack” linux all day long modifying my phone was something I have never had the real urge to do. I very rarely use my phone as I always either have or am close to a computer/laptop and the t-mobile 3g signal is useless. I decided as I have some free time today that I will give it a go anyway – to my surprise it is actually surprisingly easy, all of the work is already done for you amongst the very large community of users.
I initially looked at these 2 forums,
Which then I simply ended up using