“GKrellM” is a single process stack of system monitors

http://gkrellm.srcbox.net https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GKrellM http://archive09.linux.com/feature/32388 available with openSUSE Linux and also the IPKG repositories for the Synology “DiskStation” NASs “gkrellm can run in client mode and collect data from a gkrellmd server running on a remote machine“, so on the NASs I run gkrellmd, and on some openSUSE I run the array of clients – one client… Continue reading “GKrellM” is a single process stack of system monitors

the GNU packages that I need most seriously on my Synology NAS

CAVEAT: In 2017 I started using opkg (Entware-NG) instead of ipkg (optware). This document may not be updated entirely to reflect the new circumstances. https://wiki.jochen.hayek.name/w/index.php?title=Synology_DSM – better use and maintain that article instead of this one theses are the GNU packages I seriously need on my Synology NAS (there is actually more than one …):… Continue reading the GNU packages that I need most seriously on my Synology NAS

my openSUSE Linux notebook (ASUS) finds it too hot and halted itself

I never experienced that problem before. Maybe the OS just got a little smarter now: kernel: [ 6072.179381] Critical temperature reached (91 C), shutting down. I opened the notebook (if I only had known, how easy it is to open this one), cleaned the CPU fan (wow, what a lot of dust!), …, finally I… Continue reading my openSUSE Linux notebook (ASUS) finds it too hot and halted itself

yet another posting of mine on the FRITZ!Boxes

Somebody asked me a few questions regarding the FRITZ!Boxes, and I think, it makes sense to answer them here on this blog. No, I haven’t been digging into the FRITZ!Boxes “at levels well below the standard web UI”. There is no SSH server, that comes with the FRITZ!Boxes.There are private web-sites, where you can find… Continue reading yet another posting of mine on the FRITZ!Boxes