Review your current cnfs setup. mmlscluster –cnfs Delete the nodes returned from the previous command from your cnfs configuration. mmchnode –cnfs-interface=DELETE -N foonsd1,foonsd2 Verify cnfs has been disabled. mmlscluster –cnfs
Installed redshift on my Arch box today but it kept failing with “Geolocation disabled for UID 1000”. This is a bug which will be fixed in a new release but till then here’s an easy work around. Add the lines below to the /etc/geoclue/geoclue.conf file and restart gnome. [redshift] allowed=true system=false users=
Append either line below to the end of your .bashrc file, start a new bash terminal and history should now be turned off. shopt -u -o history or set +o history Don’t forget clear out the old history file too. # history -c;
For some reason Anjuta decided to overwrite Nautilus for all file operations on my Arch Linux box. Every time I’d try to open a file or folder Anjuta would pop up instead. Fortunately, the fix is easy, just run the command shown below. This will default file operations back to Nautilus. xdg-mime default org.gnome.Nautilus.desktop inode/directory
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.