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Microsoft Teams on Linux – crippled?

Now that the Corona Pandemic is taking its second (or is it its third?) swing, online collaboration seems almost like “state of the art” and many of us are used to using it, one way or another. Despite of having … Continue reading

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LVM metadata inconsistency trouble on boot

This is what “Murphy’s Law” is all about: You change a minor issue and spend the day fixing big trouble. In this specific case, I had to reboot one of our more important servers because of problems with persistent network … Continue reading

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bad device, bad memory – how to fix a case of “bad expectations”

This is the second case in twelve months, so I decided to dump some self-experience in this article. Hopefully it will help both me and others to circumvent this type of errors, or at least to not waste too much … Continue reading

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