“Zoyinc” is an exclamation an expression of surprise. So have a browse around you should be able to find something new and interesting.
Zoyinc is our family site a montage of all sorts of things, pictures, comments, information and commentary on life. Where this site is going we don’t know but it’s fun and we like it. We have a lot to say and a lot to share so come back sometime and see what has changed.
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Looking at a CD which only has only writing or an image but no background color you will be able to straight through to the reflective back of the CD. Thus if you hold the CD at just the right … Continue reading
All modern hard drives come with SMART, Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology, which in essence allows you to monitor the status of your disks and if they have any errors. This will often alert you to dangerous situations where you … Continue reading
I have a OMV box with two disks in RAID 1, mirroring, with one disk failing. This post describes the process. Write down, on paper, the serial number of the failing disk. If you are like me all your disks … Continue reading
Zoyinc is my “brand” and this is my site so when I decided to auto-post to Facebook I thought it would be straight forward, but it did quite work out that way. These are some of the tips I found … Continue reading
On the last day of 2017 I took the boys to the beach at Mission Bay and found this on the sand a little above the high tide mark. Nearly missed it at first but really glad I didn’t. When … Continue reading
Once again at the direction of deputy principle Chris Hood, Swanson School puts on a fiery rendition of another classic full of life, energy and fun. Back to the Future has to be one of the best classic movies of … Continue reading
Swanson School had it’s first production under the leadership of Mr Hood as they weaved the classic J. M. Barrie tale of Captain Hook and Peter Pan with this adaption for stage written by Mr Hood. Follow Peter, Wendy, John and … Continue reading
Frequently you want to set the color balance for an image in Gimp but don’t want to do it manually. Fortunately it’s easy with Gimp using the eye dropper. Just select “Color | Levels” from the Gimp menu and you … Continue reading
I have running VMware ESXi servers for years, sometimes at work on servers but recently at home on a whole bunch of older desktop machines. Not too many problems and when I did have problems it was usually about an … Continue reading
I need to run some scripts every night to move some files around in OMV. I want something that simple and easy to maintain and more or less stock standard. There are probably many variations on how this could be … Continue reading