Finally found out how to vanquish the insidious systemd-resolved gremlins in recent Ubuntu-based distros
There's this file "/usr/lib/NetworkManager/conf.d/10-dns-resolved.conf" that you have to shadow with a file of the same name in /etc/NetworkManager/conf.d
So then, in this new file, say you want to use resolvconf again. This is the configuration:
(dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf and then reboot. resolv.conf should be correct again!)
if you want to take this to its logical conclusion, let the disks backing this filesystem also be NFTs!
Well I've found out why NFS v4 kept stupidly stating my files were owned by "nobody", and how to fix it...
But now in order for *writing* to a file via NFS v4 to work properly, I apparently have to set up Kerberos
And I don't think anyone exists who knows how it's done. It's only a myth, but it's been said that the last guy who successfully did this mysteriously vanished...
It may also be time to retry iSCSI targets and NFS v4, and--
>reads about iSCSI still being a problem with Syno
but still... the DS712+ is still going way past its sell-by date. It's just that the latest DSM and packages have gotten a bit too fat for it. :o(
By all rights, I should be running away screaming with what's left of my hair on fire after looking at the marketing material. Mostly cause they've got the token meaningless speed graph ;o)
(that "Synology" hard drive is most likely a WD Red Pro with Synology label and perhaps firmware altered to tell the system it's "Synology")
So... I'd been having problems booting Apple II with INTBASIC on the mainboard (via ROMX)...
and my APPLESOFT file I used as the HELLO pokes a hole in DOS and loads a hex dumper there, but if I'm using INTBASIC, it crashes.
My hole poker rebuilds DOS buffers, and if I use FP, it's fine, but if I use INTBASIC... BANG!
(INTBASIC program is high in RAM, up against HIMEM, so moving it while it's running is Not Cool. DOS moves start of program and HIMEM,)
>stupid stand wants nearly a foot of desk space.
Forget that noise. I'm buying a mount and bolting the thing to the wall. My work "desk" sucks badly enough...
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