The Android App “FolderSync” stopped working when I upgraded my ownCloud to Version 7. FolderSync always showed “Bad Request” when testing the connection. ANd when I looked into the Apache log, the requests were closed with “400 Bad Request”. But I found the solution here (german page):
To get FolderSync working with ownCloud 7 you have to add a second line with the HTTPS port
443 to your config.php:
'trusted_domains' => array ( 0 => 'www.example.org', 1 => 'www.example.org:443', ),
You can limit the downlink of a Firefox browser to 512 KB/s with this command:
trickle -d 512 /usr/bin/firefox -no-remote -P test
More informations can be found on these pages:
Usage: trickle [-hvVs] [-d <rate>] [-u <rate>] [-w <length>] [-t <seconds>] [-l <length>] [-n <path>] command ... -h Help (this) -v Increase verbosity level -V Print trickle version -s Run trickle in standalone mode independent of trickled -d <rate> Set maximum cumulative download rate to <rate> KB/s -u <rate> Set maximum cumulative upload rate to <rate> KB/s -w <length> Set window length to <length> KB -t <seconds> Set default smoothing time to <seconds> s -l <length> Set default smoothing length to <length> KB -n <path> Use trickled socket name <path> -L <ms> Set latency to <ms> milliseconds -P <path> Preload the specified .so instead of the default one
The reason for switching to Drupal was for the better blogging support. As I'm using this site more as Knowledge Base than a Blog, DokuWiki is the better alternative.
You can still access the old site at old.andunix.net.
I'm currently working on a project called 'PDA'. PDA stands for “Personal Digital Assistant”. I used several PDAs over the last two decades, from Sharp, Psion, Palm and others. But they all were just Personal Datastorages. I always missed the “Assistant” part from PDA.
So I decided to build my own PDA. As I'm a Java Programmer, it will be implemented in Java. Today, I will tell you about the major parts of the project and keep the details for future posting.
Parts of the project are (so far):
So far for now, stay tuned.
You can use
/sbin/service to start or stop the “Personal File Sharing”.
Start the Apple File Server (“Personal File Sharing”):
sudo /sbin/service com.apple.AppleFileServer start
And likewise stop it:
sudo /sbin/service com.apple.AppleFileServer stop