Category Archives: Computer

Deleting files with the same name

Recently I replaced my old QNAP nas with a HP ProLiant MicroServer N54L. I then wanted to move everything I had from the QNAP nas to my new HP server, and it all went well, except for a lot of trash files I wanted to get rid of. One of the problems was quite a lot of folders named “.@__thumb” which […]

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Getting MRTG to show disk space

For a long time, I have been trying to get MRTG to show how much space there was left/used on a harddrive in my server. I have done this before, but that was on another server, running Windows 2003 server. Now I have changed to a HP Microserver N54L, and installed Debian on it. After a lot time used on Google, […]

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Asus VN247H vs Dell U2412M

A while ago I decided I needed one more monitor. This would make my setup total 3 monitors, and to make it look best, borders on the monitors should be as thin as possible. So, why did I chose the Asus monitor? The reason is because of its slim frame, and as they say on their page “Stunning Full HD […]

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When companies get too big…

Almost a month ago I ordered an upgrade of my internet connection’s speed. My old speed was 90/90, and as you can see on the speed test, it delivered that without problems. What caused the problem, was when I got a letter from them, where they now offered 100/100, 250/250, and 500/500 megabit connections. Almost two months after I received […]

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Spintires, a different car game.

Not everyone might be looking for speed like in a racing game, or driving from point A to point B like in Euro Truck Simulator, but maybe they might be looking for an off-road challenge. This challenge could be Spintires, where you also need to go from point A to point B, but you can’t just drive there, because there […]

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Far Cry 4

Recently (24th of December 2014) something in my computer went wrong. Hard drives was suddenly detected as upside down Yen symbols, with a circle on, or as @ @ @ @ in the entire length of the monitor. BIOS was just showing WAIT on the monitors, and nothing ever happened, so it was time to do an upgrade. For my […]

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Western Digital discriminating?

About a year ago, I bought a Western Digital TV Live Hub so I could watch my movies and hear my music in the living room conveniently from the sofa. During the year I had the Live Hub I have had multiple problems. It randomly could suddenly lose the ability to browse the folder it just had played from, it could suddenly stop in […]

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