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Today I fixed two unavailable RAM DIMM slots by losening a screw.
3+ years ago when building my computer I spent hours figuring out why it won't boot, and ended up placing RAMs into two slots farthest from the CPU, since closer 2 to PC didn't work. I forgot, today bought more RAM and then remembered the beginning and was sad.
I eventually found https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?97733-DIMM-slots-A1-and-A2-aren-t-working-due-to-possible-AIO-cooler-installation-error and found that one screw for my AIO cooler was too tight. I losened it and voilà! I have 4 slots working, dual-channel too! 😁
r/ProgrammerHumor is spot on
In case you are running Samba, not (knowingly) using Winbind and Samba repeatedly fails to start with this error message in the logs:
Failed to create BUILTIN\Guests group NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED! Can Winbind allocate gids?
Just go ahead and delete /var/run/samba/winbindd/pipe
You are welcome.
$ luarocks install luasec OPENSSL_DIR=$PREFIX
When building with external dependencies, you have to specify the $PREFIX directory (provided by Termux). There's probably a way to configure this globally but I haven't found that option yet. Also, you need to specify the variable at end of command line (as an arg) instead of as environment variable at the beginning because #reasons.
$ ls -l -d .
drwx------ 18 u0_a95 u0_a95 4096 Nov 29 20:12 .
$ echo 'export USER=u0_a95' >> ~/.bashrc
$ . ~/.bashrc
LuaRocks uses the $USER variable extensively, but Termux does not set it by default. LuaRocks also checks permissions, so you cannot just make it up. Use the user owning your home directory.
Ingredients: wood and "Motion Stills" app
Reposting jokes from r/programmerhumor
Switched To Linux (TomM): "Welcome Windows and Mac users. Welcome to Linux."
Recent news have been nothing short from alarming at least: Windows 10 deleting your files and Mac having unrepairable computers, aren't you ready for a change?
Always remember to try out different Linux distro's if one doesn't work well on your system.