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")
@jrss and here I am pondering getting a new one after my DS712+ logged a load average of 22 just updating the installed packages
Although Everything's Fine and Nothing's Ruined (yet), it's tempting to swap hardware that's been mostly on for 9 years straight...
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...
@twitter it's almost like we've intentionally forgotten how communicable disease works...
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