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  1. ubuntu-home-server-auto-updates-configure

    Simple Bash script to enable email to root and automatic reboots on Ubuntu 14.04.1 unattended upgrades and to configure the same to run apt-get autoclean every 7 days.

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  2. ubuntu-home-server-postfix-installer-with-ssl-relayhost

    Bash script to configure a home server postfix install to use an SSL only relayhost (smarthost). Postfix only does TLS (port 587) as SSL(port 465) is deprecated. Uses stunnel4 and configures postfi…

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  3. wacom-screen-select

    Originally from https://bitbucket.org/denilsonsa/small_scripts/src/3380435f92646190f860b87f566a39d0e215034c/xsetwacom_my_preferences.sh?at=default with permission; bash script to map a wacom tablet…

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  4. IDEA-GitLab-Integration

    Forked from bsideup/IDEA-GitLab-Integration

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  5. ubuntu-configure-postfix-with-gmail-smtp-relay

    Bash script to configure a home server postfix install to use smtp.gmail.com as a relayhost (smarthost) to deliver all local mail to the specified gmail address. Forked from sshtmc/ubuntu-configure…

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  6. nut-netclient-install-and-configure-script

    Simple bash script to setup a NUT netclient config from scratch. Assumptions are Ubuntu 14.04.1, and that the nut server has only one UPS attached and is accessible by an already configured nut use…

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January 2017

Created a pull request in rockstor/rockstor-core that received 4 comments

work around failure of udev to observe btrfs device add. Fixes #1606

In some rare instances it is possible for udev and lsblk to fail to reflect the current state of a pools disk members. This was initially observed …

Created an issue in rockstor/rockstor-core that received 2 comments

work around failure of udev to observe btrfs device add

In some rare instances it is possible for udev and lsblk to fail to reflect the current state of a pools disk members. This was initially observed …

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