Sunday, March 02, 2014

Snugg Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Case Cover and Flip Stand in Distressed Brown Leather Review

Tech Blog - Today we are reviewing Snugg  Samsung  Galaxy Note 8 Case Cover and Flip Stand in Distressed Brown Leather, I have been using the case for about a week now since my original Samsung book cover broke after 6 months of use, anyway Snugg sent me the Snugg Galaxy Note 8 Case Cover and Flip Stand in Distressed Brown Leather, the case itself is made of PU leather not really luxurious material but it does the job, my first impression of the case is that the case has been made to stand abusive use as the leather seems to be stitched and given enough padding to actually protect your device, the case has been designed for easy access to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8's camera and ports, the case itself has strap on the inside so that you can strap the case to your hand to prevent accidental dropping, it also has a very well designed stand as can be seen on the pictures below, in conclusion for the price of $24.99 this is a very good case and worth the money .  









Pros:
- Case is well made leather are stitched not glued.
- Case is well designed making easy access to ports and cameras.
- Can be used as flip stand.
- Case has strap for convenience and prevent accidental dropping while using gadget.
- The distressed brown color look luxurious.
- Affordable at just $24.99
- No magnet on the cover except 2 small one on the left most corner of the flap.

Cons:
- Strap is difficult to use on your left hand if your a lefty.
- PU Leather I don't like PU Leather (I guess this keep the cost down)


You can buy the case at The Snugg Galaxy Note 8 Case Cover and Flip Stand in Distressed Brown Leather

Monday, February 03, 2014

Mounting NFS filesystem and fstab

Tech Blog - Here is a quick how to on mounting NFS filesystem and making it permanent on fstab.

You can manually mount the FS, however once machine is rebooted filesystem will also not be mounted

mount 192.168.3.123:/sharefolder /mnt

You can make the mount permanent even after reboot, just go to /etc and edit fstab file, you might also want to make a permanent mount folder aside from mnt.

let create the mount folder

mkdir /nfsfolder

then lets edit fstab

vi fstab 

ass the below entry
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192.168.3.123:/sharefolder   /nfsfolder       nfs   rw,intr,soft,nolock,noatime,rsiz                                       e=32768,wsize=32768
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save and exit

Mount the entry
mount -a


Then your done.

Sunday, February 02, 2014

Adding Sortable Help Topic column on osTicket

Tech Blog - Here is a guide on adding Help Topic column on osTicket ticket dashboard

Go to /var/www/html/ticket/ include/staff/

cd  /var/www/html/ticket/ include/staff/

Take backup of tickets.inc.php

cp -p ticket.incs.php tickets.inc.php-backup

Edit tickets.inc.php

vi tickets.inc.php

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