On 09/16/2016 01:05 PM, Gary M wrote:
g'day all...upgraded my fedora server and somehow during the upgrade the LVM seems to have got broken.... have 4 x 1 tb drives in a group that show up as inactive ( the group supposedly is active ) ... have looked at a lot of forms etc with not much help..have a separate group with the OS... hope someone can help me figure out what I am missing
I suggest you check dmesg for clues.Have you tried deactivating and (re) activating the group with the lvmchange command?
You ramble about lots of issues. Focus on specifics of what you tried and what error response you got, so folks maybe can advise yousecondly... have been using Synergy for several years as a KVM... with windows 10 I had to upgrade to the last version... going back to the 1.5 version (worked fine with Win7) is not an option as there are issues with the shift key... the main problem is I can't get the SSL to work... have had many emails with Symless that tend to be a one sided conversation so aside from an update at some point I do not expect any help from them... they include TLS 1.2 in their software .... previously to Win 10 the SSL worked fine and even in ver 1.5 on win 10 it worked ok.... just hoping someone may have a suggestion to get the SSL connecting between client and server or have heard of issues with win10 and SSL
Virtualbox seems to enjoy much success on Windows!?
On 2016-09-16 7:59 AM, Zander Robertson wrote:Hi there, it looks like you got some excellent hardware advice. I just wanted to say I have been using owncloud for quite a while now with no complaints. However, if I was to start now I would be looking more at https://nextcloud.com/They are the original developers and have forked the project http://www.zdnet.com/article/nextcloud-releases-owncloud-fork-ahead-of-schedule/For a family operation you really can do plenty with a core duo and little ram, we stream and do all sorts on the relic I use with no issues at all.Regards AlexOn Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 10:32 PM, TekBudda <tekbu...@gmail.com <mailto:tekbu...@gmail.com>> wrote:Hi All, I am not sure if the list is dead or not or people are just hellabusy. In the hopes of stirring up some conversation I figured I would throw this out there. I am looking to deploy OwnCloud at home. Likely looking at a 2TB space as that is more then I have needed over the last couple years & I don't see that increasing anytime soon. I was thinking of using CentOS as the base, more to get used to it & try to learn more of the RHEL environment. I also see this acting as a domain controller, server, etc. for the house & my small business. We are also trying to reduce our power footprint as well to lower utilities as well as potentially preparing for being off-grid & perhaps being reliant on solar or similar. I have done some rough pricing out & it like for a system of 8 to 16 GB of RAM; an i5 or i7 processor & a 2TB disk the price for something off shelf or custom built is between 700 to 1000. I have looked at desktops, laptops, mini-systems, etc. Now as an alternative I have an old Dell OptiPlex 745 (I think) SFF desktop with a Core 2 Duo; 2GB of RAM (currently) & a 60GB HDD. Looking at rough prices for a few hundred (2-300'ish) I can upgrade it to a 2TB drive & 8 GB of RAM. I do also have a powered & non-powered 2TB external drive as well as an old DNS-323 NAS with mirrored 2 TB drives. I am open to suggestions on if you think the OptiPlex solution is a good one for what I am doing right now & say the next few years or if I would be better plumping for one of the $700 to $1000 solutions. If that route, what would be reasonable to invest in. There....that should do it. Hopefully it will stir up some conversation. :-) TekBudda _______________________________________________ clug-talk mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> http://clug.ca/mailman/listinfo/clug-talk_clug.ca <http://clug.ca/mailman/listinfo/clug-talk_clug.ca> Mailing List Guidelines (http://clug.ca/ml_guidelines.php <http://clug.ca/ml_guidelines.php>) **Please remove these lines when replying _______________________________________________ clug-talk mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://clug.ca/mailman/listinfo/clug-talk_clug.ca Mailing List Guidelines (http://clug.ca/ml_guidelines.php) **Please remove these lines when replying_______________________________________________ clug-talk mailing list email@example.com http://clug.ca/mailman/listinfo/clug-talk_clug.ca Mailing List Guidelines (http://clug.ca/ml_guidelines.php) **Please remove these lines when replying
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