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I love data – and the importance of monitoring

February 27th, 2017

I find failure causes interesting.  I enjoy fixing things, but more so I like learning why something is broke.  A large part of fixing any problem is finding the root cause.  One of the things that can aid in finding a root cause is data.  The more data you have on something, the easier it is […]

Fix SickBeard “Pushbullet Notification Failed” Error

July 27th, 2014

Getting the “Pushbullet Notification Failed” error from your SickBeard notifications?  Well, the fix is simple, and here is what you have to do: 1) Find in your SickBeard install directory.  For me, this file was located in: /volume1/@appstore/sickbeard-custom/var/SickBeard/sickbeard/notifiers 2) Open that file in your editor of choice, for me that is vi, and make […]

Fix Synology Sickbeard Shortcut When Using https

February 12th, 2014

I have been working on getting SickBeard setup on my Synology DS1512+ NAS, and I’ve got pretty much everything worked out.  One of the final things I wanted to get working properly was https support with my self signed certificate I setup for my Synology.  I know, not really very important since I’ll only ever […]

Forcing sendmail to use a different port for outgoing mail

June 26th, 2012

In the world of Linux (specifically CentOS 5 in this case) sendmail is a very useful utility.  It is what allows linux to send email to regular ole mail servers.  But, if you’re reading this, you likely know that. Typically sendmail uses standard SMTP port 25 to do its business.  In most cases, this works […]


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