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About PCn00b3000

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  • Birthday Jun 07, 1996

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  • Gender
  • Interests
    Tinkering, IT and general computer research, writing poetry... Just PC Master Race Things ;)
  • Biography
    I'm just another SrA in the world's greatest Air Force
  • Occupation
    2T251; Air Transportation USAF


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 1700 | 8-Core, 16-Thread 3.7GHz
  • Motherboard
    GIGABYTE GA-AB350-Gaming
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3000MHz
  • GPU
    Zotac GTX 1070 AMP! Edition
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Clear 400C Compact Mid-Tower
  • Storage
    Crucial MX300 275GB M.2 | 6TB WD | 4TB Seagate
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 | 80+ GOLD | 750W
  • Display(s)
    50" AVOL 1920x1080 Flatscreen
  • Cooling
    Wraith Spire LED CPU Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Vengeance K65
  • Mouse
    Logitech G300
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I was hoping to avoid getting a new motherboard entirely, but it looks like that's what I'll have to do. Thanks for your help man. SOLUTION: Sh*t card & worn motherboard, buying replacement parts entirely.
  2. I was plugging it into one of the native USB 3.0 slots on my motherboard, but ever single one of them is either shorted out or not pushing enough power through to the headset. I hate to say it, but you're probably right. This one seemed reputable enough, but I guess not. Do you have any recommendations on a card that WON'T be a complete waste of time?
  3. I installed this PCIe USB 3.0 expansion card in my main system earlier this morning <https://www.amazon.com/FebSmart-Self-Powered-Technology-No-Additional-FS-U4-Pro/dp/B072LS4JH7> The error I'm getting is within the attached image on this post. Obviously it's not initializing, but all my PCIe slots seem to be functioning just fine. The device is not showing up in the BIOS, but it's being picked up in Device Manager. I've tried all the troubleshooting steps I could think of, including manual driver updates, having Windows search for drivers online, disabling fast boot in the BIOS
  4. I've tried every other forum and Oculus support, but found nothing helpful, so I'm giving this forum a shot. Long story short, I've run into numerous points where the system would stop tracking my controllers when I'm in-game. I could still rotate my digital hands in any direction, but my system can't track my head movements and my controllers stick to the point they were at when the tracking was lost. I don't know what else to try. I've tried everything I could possibly find online in forums and tutorials. I bought my Oculus Rift S back in August, and it *IMMEDIATELY* bugged out on me
  5. I'm using Mariadb for that, and my system is configured properly to where it's recognized on Nextcloud. I wonder if I need to do any config changes on there at all
  6. All of the commands were accepted, and I see this now (attached photo), so that worked well. Though, for some reason, Nextcloud is still not showing the test images and files I put onto the drive. I've rebooted apache2 as well, so I'm not sure what else to do.
  7. Okay. I have access to the drive through my ubuntu user profile, and Nextcloud is accepting the local mount point and saving the settings. I used the following commands in this exact order on a newly formatted drive (EXT4): sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /mnt/sdb1 sudo chmod -R 0750 /mnt/sdb1 sudo chown -R talaftw /mnt/sdb1 sudo chmod -R 0770 /mnt/sdb1 After that, my profile can add and edit the files on the drive. Now, Nextcloud (within the control panel) will not show any of the files that are present on the drive, even with the permissions.
  8. Looks like I've got some more reading to do... I don't even know what to put in as my user profile besides "root", since that doesn't work either
  9. Does anyone know the exact command I can paste into the terminal? I'm completely new to attaching hard drives to a cloud service like this
  10. So, once I get Nextcloud to have ownership, I should put do the same with my user profile?
  11. I'm nearly finished setting up my Nextcloud server, but I have a slight problem. When I give permission to Nextcloud to access my local drive (4TB Seagate external drive), my Ubuntu user profile no longer has the ability to make changes to the drive, let alone access the content on the drive at all. This is the command I'm using to give Nextcloud full permissions on the mounted disk: sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /mnt/sdb1 ~ sudo chmod -R 0750 /mnt/sdb1 My friends suggested I use this command to give my Ubuntu profile (TalaFTW) access to the drive: sudo chown talaftw -v /mnt/
  12. This might be a simple question for some of you out there; at least, that's my current hope. I'm currently attempting to lead Nextcloud to recognize my EXT4-formated eternal hard drive, so that I can have space to host content for my members. In the "Configuration" slot, I'm assuming they're asking for the disk's mount point, but I'm too new to Linux to understand how to find it correctly. I simply put </mnt> in, and it accepted it. In the content area of the site, I am able to see a folder with the correct folders. However, when I click on them to see what is inside, they're a
  13. I'm following this video above to connect my Raspberry Pi to my ExtHDD. In the video, he explains that we'll need the drive mount point to give it permissions to be accessed in Nextcloud. He can see the "mount point" on the OMV control panel > File Systems (1st attached photo) But I cannot (2nd attached photo). I'm sure the mount point for my ExtHDD is /srv/dev-by-label-VIP, but nothing works when I put that path into Nextcloud's external drive app. Is there a terminal command I can use to see exactly where the actual mount point is? I've searched all over forums and c
  14. None of the software solutions I'm looking for work properly, so I'm hoping you guys can help me with something. I planned to use the disk I used to open an OpenMediaVault server to also hold the content on the open space, but obviously within Windows it's not mountable. I had the idea of dual booting Win10/Peppermint 10 or Ubuntu, but for some reason I've not been able to do so without the installer freezing. So, the last thing I thought to do is find a way to mount an Ext3 formatted disk within windows to make the content upload a bit more practical, as I'll need to have updates p
  15. Wow! I guess I didn't look too far outside of where they host if for you I'll have to reinstall that plugin and give it another shot, thanks so much for clarifying! Cheers mate