Tag Archives: Linux

PiMusicBox not showing Spotify playlist [FIXED]

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As some point my PiMusicBox stopped showing the Spotify playlists in the PiMusicBox web interface. As far as i noticed this happened since a specific time, as one PiMusicbox is still showing the playlists and a newly installed PiMusicBox v0.60, which contains Mopidy 0.19.5, didn’t show the Spotify playlists anymore…. Read more »

Getting TightVNCserver started on boot

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Getting TightVNCserver started on boot using a RaspberryPi can get some trouble some. So i aggregated the information from various forum posts to in order to make it work correctly. Refresh the installation of TightVNCserver sudo apt-get purge –auto-remove tightvncserver Create a TightVNCserver boot script sudo nano /etc/init.d/vncboot Content of… Read more »

Installing XenServer 6.5 on Dell PowerEdge R210

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Firstly we set the XenServer root partition to 16GB (opposed to the default 4GB, which is kinda tight), see Major IO blog; F2 on install shell vi /opt/xensource/installer/constants.py Change the following lines; line #89 GPT_SUPPORT = False Line #92 root_size = 16384 exit — NTP Servers from NTP Pool Project… Read more »

How to install XenServer 6.2 patches

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Updating your free XenServer 6.2 install can be a struggle, unless you do your home-work first! So the choir is downloading the .zip files from Citrix (see links in the XenCenter console) and unpack the files. You only need the *.xsupdate files, the source files are not needed for updating… Read more »

Creating a manual Netscaler backup.

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While using the Netscaler 10.0 version there is appearantly no way to create a backup of the Netscaler files. Neither the web interface nor the Netscaler console doesn’t provide a backup facility. Based on the undermentioned commands, which you can include in one single .SH file, the Netscaler can be… Read more »

How to fix the WordPress permalinks when using Lighttpd

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Recently the blog has been moved over to Lighttpd. At first everything every looked happy and dandy however soon noticed that the WordPress permalinks didn’t work correctly. Lighty didn’t recognized the re-writing of the URL, which is done by the permalinks functionality. Fortunately the Apache alternative Lighttp is ver flexible… Read more »