Well that's the end of btrfs for me; barely a month in it's shat itself and taken my /home with it.
I've lived this long without metadata checksum and snapshot...
I was able to extract a list of trees, even though it wouldn't mount, even with the various recovery options, using
This will split out a bunch 'well' things. I got lucky and when I passed the number of one of those to
/tmp as tmpfs - https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/tmpfs
logs that don't go on forever - https://github.com/azlux/log2ram
systemd logs that don't go on forever
Faster, more responsive kernel (if stuck on an LTS for everything else) : https://liquorix.net/#install
Get or compile https://github.com/qca/open-plc-utils in particular `plcstat`
For some reason it only reports devices other than the one connected to, so you will need at least two machines to monitor the whole network, and it has to be run as root.
So I have two root crontab's that sync to the same place the results of `....plcstat -i wlan0 -t` which looks like
If you look around, everyone make it complicated. It isn't.
* Settings > Hardware > Keyboard
Select the correct keyboard modal, then on the Layouts tab add a new one for your language, layout, and select the 'type 7' variant.
Move it to the top of the list so it's default.
Enable nothing in the 3rd Advanced tab
* Reboot - you should find the volume and power keys work
Edit This no longer works on the latest firmware because the calls are now encrypted. It's trivial to reverse with the AES key just being based on timestamp, but there is an easier way :
Monitoring Powerline speeds ( TP-Link TL-WPA8630P, TL-PA8033PKIT, AV1300)
Firstly, you'll need to use your web browser's network debug panel to intercept a login request to the access points web GUI.
You'll want to find the 'Basic admin' cookie.
How to become smoke free: My journey, trials, failures and successes - Part 4 - My past trying to stop
So I thought this time I'd share with you how I've tried to stop in the past..... I'm going to try and not go on for pages and pages as I've made many attempts to stop with many different things, I may well miss one I've tried previously so as I remember them I'll pop them into the comments.
There is definitely a knack to getting across the message you want people to take away and apparently, it isn't one I have!
Today I had 2 meetings almost back to back, so whilst I was waiting for the extra people to arrive for the second one I made the comment "I'll just nip outside."
There were 3 people there who immediately said "But I thought you were quitting."
Everybody who is anybody, whether they've never smoked or smoked and stopped always start with the same "advice" what's your motivation for stopping?
Well I think for many of us, this is actually and acutely hard question to answer..... Why?
Well, here's 4 reasons
1 - We know it's not healthy but that hasn't helped us stop, in fact if you are like me the more you are reminded about that the more you smoke!
So yesterday I posted "How to become smoke free: My journey, trials, failures and successes - An introduction" (https://www.rachaelandtom.info/content/how-become-smoke-free-my-journey…) which I shared on Facebook. Immediately the first comment I received was a negative support comment - what do I mean by that?
Well the "It's easy to give up step 1 - say I'm giving up! step 2- stop smoking! so JFDI"