I've recently had issues with Nic's being renamed from something like eth0 to something like enp2s0 and vice versa at reboots.
There is a Red hat in article about that.
I'm Laurel as well... don't hear Yanny until very far to the right of that slider, almost all the way.
Okay so I dropped from 313 pounds down to 270 and I am still losing weight but very very slowly like not even a half pound a week. So it is time to start incorporating exercise into the equation. Found a 5K trainer app that looks like a lot of fun, called Zombies Run. You listen and run when they say run but it is all in a backdrop of a Zombie story and you are in it. So tomorrow morning myself and my little pooch a Jack-a-Bee (Jack Russell and Beagle mix) will go for a run. So if you don't hear from me ever again the zombies got me.
I used to run in the morning when it was still dark out... Zombies Run definitely gets the blood pumping when you can't really see much in the grey morning light.
In Pennsylvania you have to go through Intercourse to get to Paradise. This is Amish country.
It was working out perfectly for the last few years... it's only recently the issue came up. Something in Win10 changed compared to how it was previously, where any new printers deployed to a computer via GPP where the printer driver wasn't previously installed will not install unless a user with local admin privs logs in to do it first.
That changed early last year. New drivers now need to be signed and it is taking printer manufactures forever to get them signed the way Microsoft wants them to... it's bitten us more then once.
I'm new to VDIs so not entirely sure if I'm asking the right questions. The server is hosted externally by our MSP and they're trying to determine what the cause is.
Probably the WAN connection would be my guess.
about to have teh HVAC system serviced... the lines froze over the weekend....lucky they could service it today, and not be in OverTime
Oh the joy -
Replaced the system three years ago due to a failure... There is a leak,.. that will cost about $700 to repair....
well - this sucks.