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Windows Fixes / Make Image of Win10 Computer
« Last post by branx86 on January 23, 2021, 12:28:51 PM »
To make Image of Win10 System

type:  dism /Capture-Image ?ImageFile: Win10(What ever you want the name to be).wim /CaputreDir: C:\ /Name:"Name of Service you wan to display"
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Arduino / WS2812 5meter strips
« Last post by branx86 on December 23, 2020, 02:28:16 PM »
  Power Supply

     5 meters, 150 LEDs, 5V. At 60mA max for each LED, this would be a total of 9000mA, or in other words, I'd need a 9 amp power supply. Call it 10amps for a little wiggle room.

    5 meters, 300 LEDs, 5V. At 60mA each, this would be a total of 18000mA, or in other words, I'd need a 18 amp power supply. call it 20amps for a little wiggle room.

. You'll need to tie all the grounds together if you use different power supplies. Also, if you use one power supply, you will have to "inject" power along the strip. My suggestion is to insert power every 5m.

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Raspberry Pi / The E cooking Show
« Last post by branx86 on November 29, 2020, 08:57:04 PM »
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General Discussion / The E cooking Show
« Last post by branx86 on November 29, 2020, 08:55:56 PM »
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Linux Fixes / If webpages stop or any service not displayed
« Last post by branx86 on October 19, 2020, 11:02:24 AM »
1st try

 service httpd restart
 service php-fpm restart

Then if that does not work reboot system
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Windows Fixes / Create VM from Physical Window Machine
« Last post by branx86 on September 29, 2020, 11:05:33 PM »

Use disk2VHD
or VMware-convertor  stand_alone
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Linux Fixes / OpenVPN
« Last post by branx86 on September 28, 2020, 05:04:48 PM »
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General Discussion / How to get IP address from HP WSD port
« Last post by branx86 on September 14, 2020, 08:36:51 PM »
How to get IP address from WSD port

1) Open Control Panel
2) Go to Devices and Printers
3) Right click on the printer and click PROPERTIES at the bottom of the list (Not any of the others)
4) Click 'Web Services'
5) The IP address of the printer is under 'Webpage' which is the web portal for the printer.
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Linux Fixes / FOG Storage node password
« Last post by branx86 on September 09, 2020, 11:40:45 PM »
open up '/opt/fog/.fogsettings' in a text editor. The password is in there.


ipaddress="10.60.28.152";
interface="eth0";
routeraddress="";
plainrouter="";
dnsaddress="";
dnsbootimage="";
password="ea345062bf4145de09fa6a7efe4853c9";
osid="2";
osname="Ubuntu";
dodhcp="";
bldhcp="";
installtype="S";
snmysqluser="fogstorage"
snmysqlpass="fs3434";
snmysqlhost="10.60.28.57";
fogupdateloaded="1"




password="ea345062bf4145de09fa6a7efe4853c9";
In the storage configuration UI on the main FOG server, put that in as the management password
The fogsettings file is only used by the installer. Did you re-run the FOG installer after adjusting fogsettings? Or you can manually edit /var/www/html/fog/lib/fog/config.class.php for the DB settings.

If you get cannot mount \images when PXE booting
Check to make sure NFS is running on CentOS 8 systemctl status nfs-server
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