Debian is a solid Linux distribution with nearly nothing to complain about besides its well aged software. And in my case this ‘nearly nothing’ was more about the nearly than the nothing as due to the old kernel, fstrim didn’t do its job. So I decided to build a new kernel. But as I am running Gentoo on […]
It’s not a big secret that I am helping out other people when they have Linux issues – and so I did at this fellows network. In fact, we did a Gentoo server together to give him some chance to learn more about Linux and how things work together. I double-checked all except for the passwords which left […]
You know, thanks to Intel’s little ‘design flaw’ in its CPUs and all of that buzz going on, we’re forced to patch around a little. This time, the linux kernel bails out *– * AR /usr/src/linux-4.14.12/tools/objtool/libsubcmd.a * CC /usr/src/linux-4.14.12/tools/objtool/libstring.o * CC /usr/src/linux-4.14.12/tools/objtool/str_error_r.o * LD /usr/src/linux-4.14.12/tools/objtool/objtool-in.o *make: execvp: ./sync-check.sh: Permission denied *make: *** [Makefile:49: /usr/src/linux-4.14.12/tools/objtool/objtool] Error 127 *make: *** […]
Fix not needed with OwnCloud 9.0.2! Not sure where to start. Good bug reports are usually showing a way to reproduce the bug – so here we go: First, have ownCloud 9.0.1 running with a Redis Cache as a backend. Nothing funky so far besides the database not living on the same box. After a quick update of […]
Many people, especially around gentoo linux, do think that ccache is a must-have, reducing compile time pretty much. But is that really true? How much does it really help? Let’s nail it down with some facts: ccache parses the compiler call to make sure it’s a single compile as it doesn’t work with linking or multi-source builds (for […]
After the last KDE Update an annoying message popped up at login here, showing me my last login time. Pretty uncool if you want your system to do its stuff automatically without confirmation of such dialogs. So I did a small research about where that bugger comes from. So far I didn’t find much in the KDE land.