If you have already upgraded to
jessie and have
init, you can switch back with these commands:
apt-get install -y sysvinit-core
apt-get purge -y systemd
sysvinit works better on my servers, as daemons have a chance of doing their own graceful shutdown before the network is brought down.
Before upgrading to
Pin: release o=Debian
See also: How to stay with sysvinit in Debian Jessie by Petter Reinholdtsen
Windows Update has been getting stuck checking for new updates for the past several months. The automatic update somehow manages to complete, at least sometimes, but running a check manually doesn’t complete within a couple of days. It should be more like minutes, shouldn’t it? (more…)
I should have noted this Outlook tip with the fixed font one earlier:
- File > Options > Mail
- Scroll way down to the Message Format section
- Uncheck Remove extra line breaks in plain text messages
What are “extra line breaks” anyway? Removing them does bad things to code.
DNA Welho has added IPv6 support to all their cable hookups on June 9th,1 which was a national IPv6 deployment flag day in Finland. I only heard about it from Facebook comments today. Until now I’ve had IPv6 disabled on the private VRF because my fast cable hookup only provided IPv4. Using IPv6 from the DSL hookup would have just slowed things down.
After some poking around I was able to get my VRF-separated home network connected using a delegated prefix. (more…)