An existing user with access to the shared YouTube channel can allow others to work with the same ‘Brand’ channel, incl at different levels (neat!)
- Got to your channel: https://www.youtube.com/account
- This is where all ‘Brand’ channel settings can be tweaked
- Under ‘Channel managers’ choose ‘Add or remove manager(s)’; then ‘MANAGE PERMISSIONS’
- Add new person:
- Select ‘Owner’ (or as you wish); ‘invite’
sudo apt install ocl-icd-opencl-dev xorriso
The Dell Optiplex 5040 (6th Gen i5) has Intel 530 onboard graphics chip:
backup to remote lan directory:
rsync -azp –info=progress2 /media/windows/drive/ firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/space/backup/dir
restore from a remote location:
What’s the best and most convenient connector for 12v appliances onboard?
The boat has some of these:
They’re often called ‘Clipsal 12v’ sockets, (Clipsal makes a wide range of electrical gear); sometimes called a ‘2 pin parallel’ connector. I suspect they originate from caravanning. Note the neutral blade is wider than the live, for a polarised connection. Not to be confused with what I think is an older caravan 12v connector often called a ‘W4’, where the blades are the same size and angled:
Both of the above can handle 10amps. Other common 12v connectors found are the ubiquitous cigar/cigarette connector:
Many 12v appliances come with a plug to fit they above. They’re not great connectors because they are an adaptation of the cigar lighter, and were not designed to be a DC connector.
I’ve also used a 12v ‘Hella’ plug (a nickname after the German brand that makes them). I first encountered this on our 1975 John Deere 2120. Hardly any tractors at that point had any kind of 12v outlet; it was probably fitted because the tractors were German made (Mannheim), where this connector is popular. It’s quite a good connector, but only 8amp (at 12v; can also be used for 24v)
Remove nag screen re: subscription: https://blog.briantruscott.com/how-to-remove-subscription-notification-from-proxmox-ve-5/
comment out the subscription repository. implement the ‘no-subscription’ repo instead.
guest vlan number works as expected.
To allow vm screen to be any resolution set the display properties in the vm settings to: https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwjh5ZL8qJfmAhXLxYUKHcriC0YQjRx6BAgBEAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fpve.proxmox.com%2Fpve-docs%2Fpve-admin-guide.html&psig=AOvVaw2KNdlUnJ0XdafS2NLDLr7W&ust=1575388316614606
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/openlp", line 27, in
from openlp.core.common import is_win, is_macosx
File "/usr/share/openlp/openlp/init__.py", line 26, in from openlp import core, plugins File "/usr/share/openlp/openlp/core/__init.py", line 43, in
from openlp.core.ui.mainwindow import MainWindow
File "/usr/share/openlp/openlp/core/ui/mainwindow.py", line 29, in
from distutils import dir_util
ImportError: cannot import name 'dir_util'
sudo apt install python3-distutils
bit outdated in that the gksu command in the shortcut needs amending, but a very simple tool for creating smb shares that other can see. don’t forget to create users as well as define the windows shares. You need to:
sudo touch /etc/libuser.conf
.The gui shortcut can be made to work if you fiddle around and sort out gksu, but hardly worth the bother. Simply:
good post on this here: https://www.maketecheasier.com/move-home-folder-ubuntu/
but use the amended rsync command as in the comments to see progress of the copy…
sudo rsync -aSXv /home/. /media/home/.
promised my lovely ‘no wires in the new house’, so trying to get some 5ghz wifi sorted. Doesn’t work out the box. Try this:
sudo apt-get install rtl8812au-dkms
A previous dkms git install that used to work has ceased to (maybe with v5 kernel?). dkms status shows which modules installed this way and for which kernel:
markp@markp-ThinkCentre-M91p:~$ sudo dkms status
nvidia-340, 340.107, 5.0.0-23-generic, x86_64: installed
nvidia-340, 340.107, 5.0.0-32-generic, x86_64: installed
rtl8812au, 4.3.14, 5.0.0-32-generic, x86_64: installed
This command will remove the above to ensure clean system for next attempt:
sudo dkms remove rtl8812au/4.3.14 --all