Monthly Archives: November 2012

Ubuntu: /boot partition is full

[ubuntu] /boot partition is full – Ubuntu Forums. When updating Ubuntu automatically, new linux kernels come down and get installed. Rebooting activates the latest kernel, but the old ones are still hanging out in /boot, taking up space. A handy … Continue reading

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Nagstamon :: RegExps

Nagstamon :: RegExps. Nice explanation of using Python regular expressions in Nagstamon, which is super-handy for on-screen notifications of alerts from Nagios-based monitoring systems (such as Opsview).

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BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes by Paul Oakenfold on SoundCloud

BBC Radio 1 Essential Mixes by Paul Oakenfold on SoundCloud¬† Some of the first dance/electronica music that I ever listened to was via downloaded mp3 bootlegs of BBC Radio 1’s The Essential Mix, especially ones by Paul Oakenfold. Nice to … Continue reading

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Finally started using a custom ROM

Finally took the plunge and rooted/ROM’d my Droid Bionic Android phone. I’d always been wary/nervous about using a custom ROM because I didn’t want to go down a route that made it difficult to go back to stock in case … Continue reading

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