In order to preserve your IPTABLES rules upon reboot, install iptables-persistant.
sudo apt-get install iptables-persistent
If you make any changes to the rules, run the following commands so you don’t lose them during a system reboot.
sudo netfilter-persistent save
sudo netfilter-persistent reload
This post is specific to installing the current stable (3.2.1) release of the Unifi controller software on Debian Wheezy.
Edit your sources.list file and add the following line.
deb http://www.ubnt.com/downloads/unifi/distros/deb/debian debian
Add the GPG key
sudo apt-key adv –keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com –recv C0A52C50
Update your repos
sudo apt-get update
Install the v3 of Unifi
sudo apt-get install unifi-rapid
Note: If you already have v2 installed, you can simply remove unifi and then install unifi-rapid. That will upgrade your current config (at least it did for me).
I wrote a little bit about how my first batch of updates on my new Digital Ocean droplet running Ubuntu 14.04 broke mysql.
Read it here: http://techz.us/2014/04/24/mysql-update-broke-my-ubuntu-14-04-server/
I moved this and a few other domains to a new server last night. All seems goods for the most part. The only issue I’ve come across so far is that the photo gallery is not working. I will have to deal with it tonight.
What is Gwibber? Well, quoted from their website:
Gwibber is an open source microblogging client for GNOME developed with Python and GTK. It supports Twitter, Jaiku, Identi.ca, Facebook, and Digg.
I only learned of this app ths morning, but was interested in checking it out because if it’s new support for identi.ca.
I’ve constructed a quick HOWTO about getting it installed on Arch Linux, but I’m sure the instructions could be modified easily enough to get it working on most distros.
Howto: Installing Gwibber on Arch Linux
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Well, I was able to use the live cd and get the the system installed with no issues, unlike my last experience with Beta 3. Everything with this release is looking pretty good. Although, I still think Ubuntu performance is pretty slow compared to some other distros. I’m really looking forward to the final release so I can install it on my laptop and see if video works better than it does in 7.04.
After redownloading the live install CD and verifying MD5SUMs, the install still hung at the partitioner stage. So I downloaded the alternative install image and was able to get it to install. Since installing, I haven’t had a single stability issue with it. It’s looking like a nice update to Feisty, but overall I wouldn’t say there is anything really ground breaking about it.
We’re only 15 days away from the final release and I am looking forward to installing it on my laptop to see if video driver issues become of thing of the past.
For us who use Linux and are stuck with ATI cards in our laptops, this comes as great and welcome news!
Â AMD briefed Linux.com this morning on a pending announcement regarding the open sourcing of drivers for ATI graphics cards. It’s official — AMD will make code and specifications for ATI graphics cards available on the Internet on September 10.
Full Story: http://www.linux.com/feature/119049
I was reviewing my referer logs this morning and saw that someone came here searching google for Kenosha Linux. Now that person is either searching for a distribution call Kenosha Linux, or more than likely looking info on other people in Kenosha who use Linux. Well, you found one. Feel free to contact me if you wish.
I’m still very interested in helping to start a Kenosha Area Linux Users Group.