Upgrading Ubuntu 16 to 17 to 18 was painless esp compared my experiences with other distributions–Slackware, Gentoo, Redhat–though still a bit hairy. AdvertisementsRead More Upgrading Ubuntu 16.x to 17.10 to 18.04
Seagate had what I thought was an awesome home photo/NAS solution, known as Lyve. Lyve was a NAS with a touch screen, and software to automatically transfer photos from phone/laptop to the NAS device. I liked this because it gave my kids access to the entire family photo library, as well as presenting the last […]Read More Taking apart a Seagate Lyve
I am forever forgetting how to mount my NAS as NFS and rsync a USB storage device (usually from an old+dead laptop) on to the NAS.Read More Ubunutu – rsync USB Drive to WD MyCloud NAS
This blog is admittedly all over the place. On one hand, my posts talk about lofty design goals and such. On the other–I’ve got alpha quality code, so my preaching and practicing are a bit off kilter. I’ll record some of my coding thoughts in this post, and maybe I can pretty ’em up later […]Read More Backlog Processing
Let the designers design and the coders code! — Said no user, ever.Read More What to design?
FileZilla continues to crash my system–so I am abandoning it entirely. I created some lftp bookmarks to key NAS locations…and I’m feeling lazy. I need a wrapper to list NAS contents, so that I don’t have to do the same thing over and over again.Read More lftp NAS list files (ls) wrapper
The Ubuntu / MS Code / Local Git / Github commit loop is pretty straight forward, but does need a bit of setup.Read More Ubuntu MS Code to Github