“Duf” this is a nice looking alternative to df on your linux-shell. It is written in go and available on for many different distributions. Check it out on: https://github.com/muesli/duf/releases
The Turris Omnia Router runs OpenWRT so there are Zabbix Packages available to monitor it. Simply type following command in the turris shell: and edit your config file /etc/zabbix_agentd.conf save, and restart with
go to https://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox and select the appropriate version. Then download the extension pack, e.g. Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-6.1.12.vbox-extpack Then open VirtualBox >> Preference >> Extensions >> browse for extension pack by clicking on the + icon. Click on the install button and choose the file.
Fedy lets you install multimedia codecs and additional software that Fedora doesn’t want to ship, like H264 support, Adobe Flash, Oracle Java etc., and much more with just a few clicks. Installation Installation instructions can be found on https://github.com/rpmfusion-infra/fedy.
In case your connection manager doesn’t let you manage all settings (e.g. delete mobile connections you can use the Gnome network manager. Start it by typing:
Check if your openvpn tunnel is still active and if it’s not reconnect it with this bash script: Thanks to: https://forum.turris.cz/t/guide-openvpn-reconnect-script-daily-restart-with-location-change-server-roulette-client-to-stay-allways-on-luci-vpn-nano-ssh-linux/10949
Fix the permissions of the enclosing directory ~/.gnupg because an attacker with enough rights on the folder could manipulate folder contents. Make sure, the folder+contents belong to you: Correct access rights for .gnupg and subfolders: finally import your keys with your user (not sudo/root)
Requirements for OpenVPN autostart on systemd Linux Before you begin setting up OpenVPN to autostart on systemd Linux, you’ll need a few prerequisites: OpenVPN A VPN provider A Linux distribution (distro) with systemd Configure OpenVPN for systemd Linux Now, let’s configure OpenVPN to autostart for systemd Linux. First open a terminal. We need to change […]
In case you need to get Citrix working under Fedora these are the steps that worked for me: First of all download the client from https://www.citrix.com/de-de/downloads/citrix-receiver/linux/receiver-for-linux-latest.html and make sure you download the WebReceiverOnly package as the Selfservice-Package needs webkitgtk to work which is not provided by the Fedora32 repository. Install client and crypto-libs Update libcrypto […]
In case you want cron to tell you that your backup job has been finished you can use MSMTP on Debian Buster. SSMTP is not maintained anymore. Make sure your config in /etc/msmtprc looks something like this: