Rambling

The post on this page is mainly me ranting on something or some success story. These can be related to IT or non-IT stuff.

Error: Failed to download metadata for repo ‘appstream’: Cannot prepare internal mirrorlist: No URLs in mirrorlist

I am using CentOS Stream for one of my VMs and encountered this error. I have not updated my Stream in a while, but this is really annoying thing to deal with. It is not hard to fix, but very inconvient. The commands below are what worked for me. For some articles online you will …

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Old Filebot docker container that still works

If you have some media that require renaming, Filebot can quickly rename a bulk of media files by pulling their metadata from specific resources. This is great until the application became closed source or behind the paywall. There are many forks of the last open-source version, but the repo from coppit/filebot is a docker container …

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Cockpit Unmanage Interfaces

When you installed Cockpit in Debian system and some of your interfaces are showing under the Unmanage interfaces section, the solution is to comment out the intefaces in /etc/network/interfaces. This will make the network-manager manage the interfaces; therefore, Cockpit will be able to manage the interfaces. Comment out the physical interfaces in /etc/network/interfaces. Restart the …

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Playback Error No compatible streams are currently available.

Encountered this annoying error on Emby the other day. To make long story short, my root disk does not have enough space for a new file. The file in question is the transcoding files that are located in /var/lib/emby/transcoding-temp. Somehow the transcoding folder ate all the free space that my server has. My understanding is, …

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System76 Lemur Pro 3.5mm jack fix on Fedora

I was having an issue with my System76 Lemur Pro headphone jack. The issues were static noice and high pitch sound. I don’t know if this was an issue with Pop!_OS since the first thing I did when I received the laptop was to install Fedora 32. The quick fix is adding this line snd_hda_intel.model=headset-mode-no-hp-mic …

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