UniFi Controller is server application to manage UniFi Access Points by Ubiquiti Networks.
Under the hood
- compatible with Java 6, 7 & 8
- MogoDB included
- uses 8443, 8080, 8880, 8843, 27117, 3478, 8881, 8882
Some service that might uses the above ports
- LXD – 8443
- Apache2/httpd or Nginx – 8080
Make sure they are not running or not using the port before starting the unifi service.
Deluge is a torrent client. Some days ago I updated it to latest version (1.3.12) on my ArchLinux and the Scheduler plugin was not working as it should.
I found the following error in the log
AttributeError: 'PreferencesManager' object has no attribute 'do_config_set_func'
In the forum title Scheduler locked in slow mode, the reply stated
Yes sorry I make a mistake in 1.3.12 when fixing another issue. Here is the fix applied for next release: http://git.deluge-torrent.org/deluge/commit/?h=1.3-stable&id=cdf301601fe71bd697f3796cf0a5656d437d140e
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In a project, I needed to get files shared to me by a client. Then I recovered ‘Drive’.
Drive is a Google Drive client for the commandline.
Continue reading “Download a folder from my Google Drive”
Simple command to update all old AUR package only.
the correct way to update all (old) packages installed from the AUR with yaourt is “yaourt -Sbu –aur”.
Conky changed its configuration file syntax in 1.10
Light-weight system monitor for X, that displays any kind of information on your desktop.
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I have a Mac mini (Yosemite) and a laptop with Xubuntu 14.04. I needed to remote control my macmini from my laptop (in same network).
First, I setup the mac according to the knowledge base.
Second, I configured Remmina (1.2) for remote access.
Continue reading “Mac screen sharing and Remmina on Linux”
The following is the opinion of the writer Avish Kumar
Linux is years ahead of Windows. Their approach is different. In near future windows won’t stand anywhere around Linux and there is nothing for which a Linux user need to go to Windows 10.
A Linux User Using ‘Windows 10′ After More than 8 Years