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Nord1ing

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About Nord1ing

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System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 1600x
  • Motherboard
    Asrock AB350 ITX
  • RAM
    32GB Ballistrix DDR4-3000@3200MHz
  • GPU
    Geforce GTX 1080
  • Case
    Monsterlabo "The First"
  • Storage
    Samsung 960Pro
  • PSU
    Corsair SF450
  • Display(s)
    Iiyama gmaster 27"
  • Cooling
    Monsterlabo "The First" integrated radiator
  • Keyboard
    Defender Wizard
  • Mouse
    Noname 5$ vertical mice
  • Sound
    Creative SoundBlasterX USB

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  1. I had temp spikes like that: And the same behavior with different coolers and different TIM including TG carbonaut. On top of that heatsink stayed lightly worm (and I tested vs 1800x there was no any issues). So I finished by RMA cpu, I'm waiting for replacement now
  2. Personally, Epic, Steam, I stopped to use both and switched to buy games on gog, So I can actually own my purchase and be free to use it offline (including having installer offline)
  3. I started tk watch yesterday Eurovision's 2020 songs. That was an error, one of them stuck in the head
  4. Is the enterprise proxy what use MITM to filter https traffic is secure? Is it the best method? I have strong dubts about it. For me replacement of original certificate is a bad practice... Is there interesting studies to read? In France that is very common method to "secure" enterprise network
  5. Jellyfin (ex Emby) or Kodi (personally I do not like it, had some issue every time I tried to use it) or Mediaportal
  6. Only soluttion to resolve the issue with Jellyfin was to disable https over lan
  7. Hello, I have an issue connecting to my dlna server Jellyfin running on Linux Mint 19.1. First installed version was 10.4.3 and DLNA worked fine. After that I upgrade to Jellyfin 10.5.0 and dome Mint packages and lost DLNA. Now, I downgraded to 10.4.3, but still I do not see DLNA on my network: DLNA is enabled and: lsof -i:1900 -nP COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME jellyfin 13513 jellyfin 254u IPv4 290851 0t0 UDP *:1900 lsof -i:1900 -nP COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE/OFF NODE NAME jellyfin 13513 jellyfin 254u IPv4 290851 0t0 UDP *:1900 Do someone have an idea?
  8. Hello, When I store a lot of self-signed certificates in firefox (68.5) for LAN servers, firefox start to have issues to connect to them: endless tls handshake and then time-out. And only solution is to delete cert.db files from firefox profile folder. Is there any solution to avoid that issue?
  9. Thank you! That helped. I added to /etc/shorewall/masq: enp1s0.100:net enp1s0.100 and disabled "Act as router" webmin's networking->network configuration->routing section
  10. Well, I advance step by step trough linux network config. I tried to manage network trough /etc/network/interfaces and /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf I added to /etc/network/interfaces : auto enp1s0 iface enp1s0 inet manual auto enp1s0.100 iface enp1s0.100 inet dhcp hwaddress ether <MAC> vlan-raw-device enp1s0 and modified /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf to: [ifupdown] managed=true So, my connection looks like that: I get correct IP4 configuration via DHCP from my FTTH modem now. but still cannot access internet Am I missing something? Can I do the same parameters but via shorewall?
  11. Thank you! That worked great! Now everything is accessible, and over https
  12. Well, still that does not work: Webmin was easy to install using *.deb. Nextcloud was easy to install by extracting archive to /var/www/html (as example, not on this systeme). But in mmex webapp there is no html files, but only *.php o.O
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