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About davehkiin

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  • Interests
    Servers, video, pcs.
  • Occupation
    Video Producer rocking BMC Ursa Mini


  • CPU
    i5 8400
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG z370e
  • RAM
    16GB Vengeance
  • GPU
    EVGA 1060 6GB
  • Case
    GameMax Onyx
  • Storage
    Too much
  • PSU
    650w Gold Corsair
  • Display(s)
    2 Samsung 24"
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Chroma v2
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Chroma
  • Sound
    Logitec 5.1
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. I don't know what happened Can't seem to edit /etc/hosts in $ su or sudo vim or sudo nano (I'm only trying to edit this file because I think it's the cause of the issue below) always get either sudo: unable to resolve host <host>: Resource temporarily unavailable i've replaced my actual hostname with <host> or i get an error saying that the file is readonly, despite trying to run the editor as sudo or su Please help? Ubuntu Serv 18.04
  2. davehkiin

    someone can help me out?

    Going to need a lot more information to even begin trying to help Can you post your code?
  3. It's called SDIO Snappy Driver Installer Origin https://sdi-tool.org/ Download the LITE Version When you open it click DOWNLOAD INDEXES ONLY Then it will show you all the drivers, tick the ones you want, press go and sit back and relax.
  4. davehkiin

    Best program to transcode movies

    Adobe Media Encoder?
  5. This motion is seconded. I use EventBrite very regularly, the caveat is that they take a small percentage of the fee, but you can bake it in and lose it, or pass the fee on to the end user. Really great interface and super easy to use.
  6. davehkiin

    How much can you find out with a mac adress

    As this is for Privacy, there are MAC Changers, in fact, most newer and modern devices randomly generate a new mac address everytime they connect to a network, even if it's a known network. This means for example, if you walk down a high street in a straight line, from shop 1 through to 20, and your phone says "Hello! I'm a phone, my WiFi is on! What's your name?" they will all respond with their SSID (Network Name) Like "Shop 1 Eatery" for you to connect In theory you could get the times of all these handshakes, without ever connecting to any of them as retrieving the information was enough you could plot all the points of your device and say with some degree of confidence they walked this way at this time But now with the randomization it just says well here there was a device that requested this, and for shop 2, 3, 4, n they all show differently, thus being unable to show any pattern.
  7. davehkiin

    Low cost Gaming Server

    You've still left out some important questions, What games or services do you plan on hosting? Gaming only? Website and other amenities such as Teamspeak or Ventrilo? Throw us a bone!
  8. https://amzn.to/2OLiLGq have a look at this? Newer format more upgradability options Do you have a budget and a build you need?
  9. Because that's their value, not a great cpu https://m.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+Athlon+X4+845&id=2721 It's also based on a Mobil Chip and it has been tweaked for Desktop use, so normally you'd find these on smaller dies for Laptops. It's not the latest or greatest, performs "well" Could do in a budget gaming rig but don't rely on the Integrated graphics (if any) I feel this would be something for like a HTPC, the FM2+ platform is dead, so if you're looking for upgradability i'd recommend looking for something else https://amzn.to/2OLiLGq have a look at this?
  10. davehkiin

    Power Cable Woes

    I hope this is troll... You didn't mention it, but stop using your laptop when plugged in on uneven surfaces, IE: In bed, on your lap, in a tight space Toe nails grow 1/3rd the speed of fingernails. If you've had to cut your fingernails 3 times, it's probably time to look at your toes Bonus: I've never had to purchase a second cable for anything except for when I lose it. I have literally never broken a cable through regular use, and am confused as to how it happens to others. Stop moving the cable in use, make sure there's no weight on the cable, it doesn't just magically bend from being used, there has to be (even if it's just a little) weight or pull on the cable for it to become that deformed. If you have to, run an extension cable to your desk so that the whole cable is on the desk so that there is literally no pull on it.
  11. I run 3 servers in my house, Debian, Ubuntu & Win Serv 2016. My Ubuntu just has a basic lamp stack followed from here: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-linux-apache-mysql-php-lamp-stack-ubuntu-18-04 Then followed the SSL Guide here https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-secure-apache-with-let-s-encrypt-on-ubuntu-18-04 Took around 15 mins for the LAMP tutorial, the Let's Encrypt one a bit more because it was the first ever time I did it.
  12. Has been working for me Now bear in mind i'm no security expert, just a web dev with some free time and limited knowledge but has worked fine for me when I need to remote in from Work as I just straight RDP without VPN Tunelling (which I believe to be the Ideal way since then you don't open any ports, of which RDP is a vulnerable port) Let me know how you get on
  13. Yeah, personally I do this: Let's Encrypt rPi 3b+ Windows Server with NO-IP DUC DNS Set to NO-IP Free Address The Duc Updates the no-ip address, in turn keeping my nicer subdomain ready and always up to date See how it goes, Digital Ocean have some great resources for setting up SSL
  14. Honestly, I just tick "Don't ask for connections to this computer again" And get on with it Edit: Sorry this doesn't help your post directly, but it will atleast stop the pop up every single time Edit: You could also try installing like Let's Encrypt on a Pi and getting a free SSL for a domain you own and then point the domain to your IP and have it all be secure to stop the Man in the middle attacks