Your user should be in the boinc group:
usermod -a -G boinc $(whoami)
Than change GUI login file perms:
sudo chmod 640 /var/lib/boinc/gui_rpc_auth.cfg
And then symlink it into your home:
cd ~; ln -s /var/lib/boinc/gui_rpc_auth.cfg gui_rpc_auth.cfg
More info at
Some of my client websites get hacked. Some shared hosting providers provide some virus scanning tools, but it’s not always enough and what about those who even don’t provide malware scanning. Hopefully they provide SSH access and AI-BOLIT can be used. It’s a
free website virus and malware scanner for websites.
Just download it, unzip and upload to your desired host. Copy it into the root directory of your website.
Last run it
php ai-bolit.php --mode=2
or not paranoid/normal mode
On my notebook I finally decided to try
NetworkManager with its applet
After installing. I had to check status of some networking services and disable them.
systemctl status dhcpcd.service
sudo systemctl stop netctl.service
sudo systemctl stop firstname.lastname@example.org
sudo systemctl status email@example.com
sudo systemctl stop firstname.lastname@example.org
And then wait for the magic after starting NetworkManager
sudo systemctl start NetworkManager.service
I should have searched for a how to video on YouTube and could save some debugging time with
journalctl -f 🙂 After setup I found
I finally nailed it 😀
dbus-send --print-reply --dest=org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.google-play-music-desktop-player /org/mpris/MediaPlayer2 org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.Player.PlayPause
dbus-send --print-reply --dest=org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.google-play-music-desktop-player /org/mpris/MediaPlayer2 org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.Player.Next
Also added to my Awesome window manager config
Open dynamic port forward with SSH
ssh -D 8080 REMOTE_HOST
Then via Firefox visit
Under Network Settings -> Manual proxy configuration set ONLY SOCKS host IP/DNS name and port.
To test proxying go to
https://www.whatismyip.com/ to check your public IP if it changed
To monitor progress of an ongoing copy or mysql dump import you might try
progress CLI tool. Track progress of commands like cp, mv, dd, tar, cat, rsync, grep, fgrep, egrep, cut, sort, md5sum, sha1sum, sha224sum, sha256sum, sha384sum, sha512sum, adb, gzip, gunzip, bzip2, bunzip2, xz, unxz, lzma, unlzma, 7z, 7za, zcat, bzcat, lzcat, split, gpg, etc.
Maybe the easiest way is sign into Google and search
I was lazy to check the phone’s battery level so I checked via
I had to set up access to a Hikvision NVR on local network. Port forward from the public IP of ISP was done. My job was setting port forwarding on Mikrotik router which was connected to the NVR.
It was a lot of hours wasted until I figured it out from lots of forum reading and YouTube videos watching 😀
/ip firewall filter
add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat dst-address=192.168.100.115 dst-port=58000 \
protocol=tcp to-addresses=192.168.88.3 to-ports=8000
add action=dst-nat chain=dstnat dst-address=192.168.100.115 dst-port=56911 \
log=yes protocol=tcp to-addresses=192.168.88.3 to-ports=6911
dst-address had to be the IP address of the router from the WAN side. Check in Quick Set
LG Smart World contains the Smart IPTV app
What’s needed is creating a m3u playlist file with the
RTSP stream URLs
The m3u file can be uploaded via
https://siptv.app/mylist/. You could upload it on a shared web hosting or on your own public web server that can realtime provide updated m3u file.
Finally nailed it. I installed Plex Media Server on a remote host and after visiting the
http://REMOTE_HOST_IP:32400/web I had no add server option.
forum thread I found the add server URL part, just add #!/setup http://raspi:32400/web/index.html#!/setup
But I got Setup is not allowed for shared servers. error
Setup is not allowed for shared servers.
I ended up with port forwarding to the remote host
ssh -L 32400:raspi:32400
To be able to add server I had to connect to localhost
More info about troubleshooting remote access is at