How to change the default web port on unRAID

unRAID default port change

You can easily change the default web port for unRAID from port 80 to something you like by changing the “go” file in “/boot/config/”. In the example above I changed my unRAID to listen on “8008” instead of the default “80”.

You will have to restart your unRAID server to apply the change.

Where to buy the RASPBERRY PI 3 MODEL B in Malaysia

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B

Looking to buy the new Raspberry Pi 3 model B? Here’s list of places locally where you’ll be able to purchase one from.


raspberryware – RM179.00 – RM199.28 – RM199 – RM300

Quite a few sellers on Lelong are selling the Raspberry Pi 3 now, prices vary depending on your choice of case, power and cooling options. – No Pricing Detail at time of posting is a subsidiary of the popular IT chain storeThunder Match Technology Sdn. Bhd. They don’t have the Raspberry Pi 3 listed on their site yet but it might be worth calling them up as they have been known to have stock in the stores for walk-in customers.

Official Raspberry Pi Distributors

© RS Components Sdn Bhd –  RM174

element14 Sdn. Bhd – RM170

RS and Element 14 are both official distributors for the Raspberry Pi globally. Getting the Raspberry Pi from either one will be the cheapest option especially if you’re planning to buy in bulk.

Ok, that’s it for now. Hope this post helps you get started on your Raspberry Pi 3 adventure.

If you know of any other businesses carrying the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B locally please let me know and I’ll update the list.

How to change your MikroTik router’s name

Via Web or WinBox

System > Identity

Change MikroTik Hostname via WinBox

Change MikroTik Hostname via WinBox

If you prefer the Terminal

[admin@oldname] > system identity print
[admin@oldname] > system identity set name=newname
[admin@oldname] > system identity print

Change MikroTik Hostname

Change MikroTik Hostname

Deluge Error. No module named gobject

No module named gobject

No module named gobject

I just installed Deluge on Archlinux but the GUI kept failing to come up with  “No module named gobject”.

This happens because installing just the deluge package does not meet all the dependencies required to run the GUI. Install “python-gobject2” and “pygtk” packages to satisfy the dependencies and Deluge will run fine.

$pacman -Sy python-gobject2 pygtk

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