I have experienced recently some issue while attempting to start vmware machines on Centos OS. (6.6).
When I start the vmware services, (service vmware start) the Virtual machine monitor states as FAILED.
Attending to start a vmware, this error appears:
Could not open /dev/vmmon: No such file or directory.
Please make sure that the kernel module `vmmon' is loaded.
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Working from text files, sometime you might come accross the need to remove the line numbers from line into a file.
cat file_with_line_nbers | sed 's/ *[0-9]*.//' > my_new_file
This script is checking the CPU Temp sensor; If one reach the threshold then a notification or shutdown (if needed) is done.
A few variables required to be set; then you are done
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If you do have some spare HW or Raspberry pi; Having your own Lab using an Esx(i) you might consider to look into such of project…
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sync your data with HubiC.
Install it on your Raspberry, just download the last package:
sudo dpkg -i -R hubiC-Linux-22.214.171.124-linux.deb
finalize the installation as for the dependancies:
sudo apt-get -f install
Before running it, you need to reed the bus:
Copy/paste the bus data address and export the settings (change ‘xxxx’ with your own data from the previous command output:
And run hubiC with the login you have created on the website:
hubic login email@example.com /home/pi/hubiC
I am currently have an Anti-Spam solution plugged in with Postfix of my NAS.
I have been looking for on how could I set/specify all spam been send to a specific folder; On the NAS, sieve is involved and used to apply action against the mailflow.
Located on your nas :
Set the potential X-Header that your solution can mark the spam. This sieve script would apply the action and send the spam to your Personal Junk folder, or others if needed.
Here is the default sieve script to do it:
if anyof (header :contains "X-Spam-Flag" "YES")
By default configured to accept connection from local system (127.0.0.1). This should avoid open mail relay problem.
To allow connections from ALL hosts/LAN IPs open sendmail.mc file (login as the root):
# vi /etc/mail/sendmail.mc
Look for line that read as follows:
Comment or remove above line and insert new line that read as follows:
Above line will force to accept connection from any host. Save the file. Regenerate sendmail configuration file using m4:
# m4 /etc/mail/sendmail.mc > /etc/mail/sendmail.cf
If this command is resulting by giving such of error as below, this means that the file
/etc/mail/sendmail.mc:10: m4: cannot open `/usr/share/sendmail-cf/m4/cf.m4': No such file or directory
Then, this means that the sendmail.cf.xx rpm package is missing and require to be installed.
In my case, I had to mount the cdrom, and look for this rpm file:
Restart sendmail service :
# /etc/init.d/sendmail restart
From the machine that you wish to connect from, run the command below with the user that you will connect with to the remote machine:
In my example of command below; The user used was root.
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I had the need to remove from several folders that the same level the first 5 characters recursively.
for i in **; do [[ -d "$i" ]] || continue; mv "$i" "$(echo $i | sed -e 's/^.......//')";done
I had a quick look over this interface that integrate some common tool as Sabnzbd, Sicxkbeard and XBMC (also some others).
If you wish to run this interface on your Syno NAS:
– From another machine running linux, GIT is needed to download Htpc Manager; However you can copy the files from to any others machines and run this interface as soon as Python is present.
git clone git://github.com/styxit/HTPC-Manager.git
- once the download is done. Copy the entire folder onto your NAS; In my case I did copy it on the volume1 of my NAS.
cp -r /volume1/share/HTPC-Manager/ /volume1/@htpc
- Now, navigate into the folder, once there; verify if the python is well found; run this command start it: