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How Fortnite V-Bucks and In-Game Purchases Work – A Parents Guide How Fortnite V-Bucks and In-Game Purchases Work – A Parents Guide.
July 8, 2020 Daniel Gibbs Comments 0 Comment.
I have created this guide to help parents or anyone who wants to understand how to get the most out of in-game purchases in Fortnite.
To help ensure the best experience, value for money and prevent you from being caught out.
Fix Ubuntu Server Name Resolution when Pi-Hole is Installed Fix Ubuntu Server Name Resolution when Pi-Hole is Installed.
July 8, 2020 Daniel Gibbs Comments 0 Comment.
When installing a Pi-Hole on an Ubuntu server I found that once install the Ubuntu server itself was no longer able to resolve DNS.
Prevent automatic change of audio device – Ubuntu Prevent automatic change of audio device – Ubuntu.
June 25, .
2019 Daniel Gibbs Comments 1 Comment
If you are using HDMI or DisplayPort for audio
the devices regularly seem to switch back to in-built audio all by themselves.
This can be due to the HDMI device becoming unavailable when the monitor turns itself off
causing PulseAudio to choose a different device.
This causes a problem as PulseAudio does not automatically go back to the originally selected device once the HDMI device has returned.
This is very frustrating as it means constantly having to re-selected the prefered… Read More Read More SteamCMD Workaround for “appid 90” HLDS Games Servers Part II SteamCMD Workaround for “appid 90” HLDS Games Servers Part II.
October 8, .
2017 Daniel Gibbs Comments 5 Comments
Up date October 2017: It seems this issue has returned after Valve fixed it several years ago.
I have updated this repo with new app_manifest files for each server.
Hopefully Valve fix the issue again
HLDS (GoldSrc) games use appid 90 to download the game server files from SteamCMD
There is a bug that prevents all the files being downloaded from SteamCMD.
Getting all the files can take any number of attempts for SteamCMD to download them all.
The fix is… Read More Read More Debian 7 “Wheezy” LTS Updates Debian 7 “Wheezy” LTS Updates.
August 24, .
2016 Daniel Gibbs Comments 1 Comment
Debian 7 “Wheezy” Is managed by the LTS (Long Term Support) team.
Who are responsible for security update s on wheezy until May 2018.
To continue to receive updates you will need to update your sources.list.
vi /etc/apt/sources.list Add the following to your sources.list file deb http://httpredir.debian.org/debian/ wheezy main contrib non-free deb-src http://httpredir.debian.org/debian/ wheezy main contrib non-free deb http://security.debian.org/ wheezy/updates main contrib non-free deb-src http://security.debian.org/ wheezy/updates main contrib non-free deb http://httpredir.debian.org/debian/ wheezy-updates main contrib non-free deb-src http://httpredir.debian.org/debian/ wheezy-updates main contrib non-free… Read More Read More Backblaze B2 Reaching “Class C Transactions Cap” with Synology NAS Backblaze B2 Reaching “Class C Transactions Cap” with Synology NAS.
August 21, 2016 Daniel Gibbs Comments 1 Comment.
Symptom You may be getting the following alerts via email.
Class C Transactions Cap Reached 100% You have reached 100% of the free Backblaze Daily Class C Transactions Cap.
To increase your Daily Class C Transactions Cap or to change your Cap Notification Settings log on to the ‘Caps & Alerts’ page When you login to the Backblaze control panel you will see your class C transactions cap has reached.
Reason Synology cloud sync by default does a sync check for files every… Read More Read More Cloud Backup for Synology NAS using BackBlaze B2 Cloud Backup for Synology NAS using BackBlaze B2.
July 16, .
2016 Daniel Gibbs Comments 4 Comments
This tutorial will run though the set up Backblaze B2 cloud storage as a backup method for your Synology NAS using Cloud Sync.
What is Backblaze B2.
Backblaze B2 is a recently released cloud backup storage solution that works with Synology NAS (and other applications ).
It charges $0.005 per GB to backup; this works out at around $5 for 1TB.
By far the cheapest cloud storage solution compared to others, finally making it affordable for to use this type of solution….
Read More Read More Pushbullet: How to Send a message from Bash Pushbullet: How to Send a message from Bash.
June 5, .
2016 Daniel Gibbs Comments 3 Comments
With this simple one line of code it is possible to send a message to your Pushbullet account from the Linux terminal.
This is great if you want your BASH script to message you when a specific task completes or fails.
All that is required is a Pushbullet token that you can obtain from the settings within your PushBullet Account.
This can be found here https://www.pushbullet.com/#settings Now paste the code to your terminal replacing the pushbullettoken with your own token and changing… Read More Read More Thank You Note from Doxie Team Thank You Note from Doxie Team.
June 3, .
2016 Daniel Gibbs Comments 0 Comment
Thought this was a nice touch.
I registered my Doxie GO Wi-Fi scanner that I had been using for a little while now and got this unexpected email back from Doxie Customer Care.
I have been impressed with the scanner and has helped me quickly digitize my paper work.
The only thing I need now is to get more organised.
Thanks @Doxie http://www.getdoxie.com The email reads: Hey Daniel, I noticed you recently registered your Doxie.
Congrats on making the first step… Read More Read More Install Plex Classic on NowTV Box Install Plex Classic on NowTV Box.
December 30, .
2015 Daniel Gibbs Comments 21 Comments
update: Sadly sideloading has been taken off the NowTV box so you can no longer user Plex with NowTV.
See link here for details NowTV box (Roku Player in disguise) is a great cheap set-top box that you can pick up for around £20.
It has a good selection of apps such as iPlayer, ITVHub, 4oD and YouTube as well as the optional paid NowTV service which I also recommend.
The only thing really missing is the ability to watch your… Read More Read More Posts navigation.
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