I was about to report back that mine worked and send you my Nginx settings, lol.
I'm an IT jack of all trades...
I have a bit of experience in Software Development (PHP / HTML / CSS / jQuery / mySQL), Windows Server 2003+, Various Linux and Virtualization Flavors, and non-IPOD SAN setups.
Posts made by dafyre
RE: Nextcloud large file upload issues
I'm testing now with a 3.8 GB ISO file. I can't remember if I tweaked mine to work with large uploads or not. I do know that there's some settings you should modify on your Nginx proxy if you have one.
I am running behind an NGINX proxy. I'll look into that too.
Make sure you're testing an upload to a shared link, not actually through your user interface please
Yepp. I logged out and am using a private browser window, just to be sure, lol... It's still uploading.
RE: Powershell create shortcut to server root share
The below is what I have, and it works on my system, but not others. I had this completed but I dirped, and erased the thumb drive that had the only copy.
The goal is to create a shortcut on any given users desktop to the specified server, not to the sub-share under the root.
$TargetFile = "\server.domain.com"
$ShortcutFile = "$env:Public\Desktop\FileServer.lnk"
$WScriptShell = New-Object WScript.Shell -Verbose
$Shortcut = $WScriptShell.CreateShortcut($ShortcutFile)
$Shortcut.TargetPath = $TargetFile
Do you get any error messages?
Seems to me like your $ShorcutFile should be:
$ShortcutFile = "$($env:Public)\Desktop\FileServer.lnk"?
RE: What Are You Doing Right Now
Just got this title in a job description from a recruiter: "Our direct client located in Woodcliff Lake, NJ has a Right to Hire position open for a Delivery Lead Cloud."
Are they hiring a tech, or are they trying to buy a cloud service? "Cloud" seems like an odd title for a human.
Person A: What do you do for a living?
Person B: I'm a cloud.
Me: I'm a fluffy cloud. I'm a fluffy cloud! I'm a fluffy cloud! *make engine revving noise*
RE: Non-IT News Thread
@reid-cooper they'll have no real way to prove that someone is mining.
Short of breaking into your house to see what you are doing, how could they know.
I'd imagine that Power Companies are recording your usage stats. If somebody's usage suddenly shoots up...
Then they'd guess that you are growing pot. That's traditionally what that means.
Either way they could call the authorities, lol. (not that they would...)
There is nothing illegal about crypto mining. And depending on. What state growing weed may be legal.
The idea of charging more for using more electric it is just dumb.
It's idebtial to paid fast lanes and net neutrality.
Who gives a damn how I use the electric, you're still being paid.
I think the problem is that people are using more power than the grid can generate?
Could apply to any technology then.