I have a NM70I-847 motherboard, and I installed Debian 9 Stretch on it recently. After installation, the system began to reboot randomly without any warning.
I used to run Debian 7 Wheezy on this motherboard, the RC6 sleep feature of the CPU’s graphics need to be disabled to prevent such issue. It should be very easy to fix just need to add parameter “
i915.i915_enable_rc6=0” to grub boot option.
But the method seems not working (or deprecated) — after applied the fix computer still keep rebooting on its own. Message like the following can be observed from dmesg:
i915: unknown parameter 'i915_enable_rc6' ignored
Yep, that’s why this fix is not working, because this parameter has been ignored by system. Continue reading (Updated method) Prevent Debian Linux randomly reboot on Biostar NM70I-847
Last weekend was definitely not a normal weekend. The flare out of the computer worm virus WannyCry screwed lot of people’s weekend. It’s been quite long since last mass computer virus outbreak which I can remember was the Blast worm virus back in 2003.
The virus takes advantage of the exploit MS17-010 in Windows’ SMB server, it use port 445 to get control of an unpatched computer, and then use this computer to infect more computers on the network. This time, the exploit affects almost every PC running Windows.
Especially for the PC still running outdated version like Windows XP which is widely used in my local banks, companies, stores, gov departments …, etc. Microsoft released a patch for these end-of-life OSes on May 12th, which is very unusual. Continue reading Wanna Cry?
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I translated (literally translation) “Section 37” of revised China’s Internet Domain Name Administrative Regulations — “Measures for the Administration of Internet Domain Names of China (Revised draft for comment)”:
Section 37: Domain name which have domestic network access must be provided, operated and managed by domestic domain name register.
Domain name which have domestic network access, but not managed by domestic domain name register, is prohibited from using network service provided by domestic Internet service provider.