ModSecurity isn’t enabled

Looks like it hasn’t been, since I switched to OpenLiteSpeed. Do I have to compile the ModSecurity module, or does whatever DirectAdmin install have it?

It has it, run “ls /usr/local/lsws/modules”, and if you are lucky, you will see it.

The instructions on the OpenLiteSpeed Wiki, don’t work, and neither does adding “include /usr/local/lsws/conf/httpd-modsecurity-enable.conf” to the httpd_config.conf file or “httpd-includes.conf”. The log files don’t exist.

Good luck, looks like OpenLiteSpeed doesn’t support ModSecurity, at least not with DirectAdmin.

It’s not even attempting to enable it. “systemctl status litespeed” says nothing, maybe if I enter bogus stuff in the “httpd-modsecurity.conf” file it’ll fail to start. Nothing, it’s ignoring the file.

Can’t open /usr/local/lsws/conf/extra/httpd-modsecurity.conf: No such file or directory.

How do I get that file? The extra folder doesn’t exist.

There’s “/usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/configure/openlitespeed/conf/httpd-modsecurity.conf”, and that’s the same as “/usr/local/lsws/conf/httpd-modsecurity.conf”.

So I guess just make the extra folder, and copy or ls to the other file.

No errors with “/usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/build modsecurity”, but still no ModSecurity.

Selected WEB platform LiteSpeed is not supported

There you go, OpenLiteSpeed isn’t supported.

rm -rf /usr/local/cwaf
rm -rf /etc/cwaf

That’s how you get it to attempt at installing it.

Disabled ModSecurity, since it doesn’t support LiteSpeed.

Don’t think recording a game using OBS or something running on the TV with the HDMI extender over IP will show input lag

The video would probably look fine.

Will recording it with a camera at 60 FPS show input lag? I have two slow motion settings, 720p at 240 FPS, and 1080p at 120 FPS, on my phone.

I know what I can record at 240 FPS, that’s a topic for a different blog though.

My camera can record 1080p 60p, no need to buy a tripod mount for my phone, and no need for the YI 360 camera. I just looked up the specs on my camera.

It’s hotter in my apartment then outside

Opening the window would work better then the AC.

But that’s normal for the AC to be shit, just ask the maintenance guy. Resetting to 80, and taking forever to get down to 70F, is just how ACs work.

I’ll find out next month if the housing people care about working AC. They might think it’s normal too.

YI 360 VR Camera

Do you need a VR headset to view the video with that? It’s only $200. I like the cheap YI 42.5mm lens I have for my micro four thirds camera. I bought it on eBay for $100 or so.

Want to take two videos, one showing Saints Row: The Third on the Apple TV using Steam Link, and the other the HDMI extender over IP. Can’t hold my phone while I’m playing a game. And I’m to lazy to look for something to hold it. I could record the ceiling, while I play games. It’s easier to pay $200.

And then I can be naked while I play the game, it has two lens, one on each side. Can’t upload that to YouTube though.

I’ll be a famous naked man playing video games.

They don’t appear to sell the straws for my Simple Modern bottle

Not on the Simple Modern site. The only accessories are lids. But that’s a good idea, switch to a chug lid, no straw needed. Might make a mess on my face, since I’ll forget there’s no straw.

They do have straws on their site, just search for straws. Six dollars for four straws. It’d be cheaper to cut the one I found, that is to long. It’s not as fat either, but it didn’t fall out. Just couldn’t close the lid with it.

Those straws don’t mention my bottle.

And I can’t cut the straw I found, didn’t sound good when I was about to with scissors, probably bust the entire straw.

I put the straw in some soapy water. Cup isn’t tall enough though, I’ll have to flip the straw. Might be to late for that to work. Unless I leave it in the water for 12 hours.

Don’t buy the chug, it’ll leak, even if the reviews say it doesn’t. Sometimes when shaking mine, it leaks, that’s with the straw lid.

You might get mold too. I probably would, I only rinse my straw lid out now. There could be mold in it, that I can’t see. That’s healthy.

There was something on the lid, might be drink mix. Or mold. Should get a bottle cleaning brush, using a sponge blows. The only way to clean the bottle is with soapy water, without a brush.

TV looks better

But not exactly like my monitor. Probably would have to change the advanced settings, but seeing as I don’t know what those settings are, I wouldn’t know which one to change.

And Steam compresses it, there’s lost detail on the TV. My HDMI extender over IP obviously compresses the video too, it’s only 100 Mbps. How much bandwidth does 720p HDMI use? Probably more then 100 Mbps.

The only point in any HDMI extender, is if you are plugging something that isn’t a computer into it.

I had to change the color to warm, and increase the color setting, and decrease the brightness and backlight.

Increasing color probably isn’t “realistic”, but that’s how my monitor looks.

Oh yeah, and game mode, decreases the image quality. Funny, earlier I didn’t even have that turned on, on the Apple TV input.

That’s the easiest way to make your TV look better, make it almost match a BenQ monitor. Every BenQ monitor I’ve seen looks good. Even my cheap under $100 refurbished one. This one is only 24″ I think, and it probably cost more then my shitty 27″ Dell. A bigger monitor won’t necessarily look better. If I paid $400 for the 27″ monitor, it might look as good.

If you don’t like input lag

Use Steam Link, there’s an app for the Apple TV. It’s available on Android too.

It might be limited to 1080p, changed the game to 1440p, but I don’t think it changed on the TV. Maybe my TV doesn’t do that resolution.

So, the network is fine, and that’s with powerline adapters. It said only 35 MB/s, the software in Windows, says it’s over 1000 Mbps for the powerline adapters. Either the Apple TV has shitty ethernet, or the switch over there is shit. The HDMI extender over IP, is only 100 Mbps, so if it’s slowing it down, wouldn’t it only slow other stuff down by 10 MB/s or so?

Only one person uses my network, so I doubt anything else is slowing it down. I only use one thing at a time. Computer isn’t downloading anything.

Guess those extenders are only good for video. I should sell it, or send it back to Amazon if I can. But I’m lazy, so I’ll just use it with Kodi. Useless for 4k movies, the max resolution is 1080p. and if you use 1080p, it has delay, probably encoding it to 30 FPS.

Steam Link app now available on iOS, a year after initially being rejected by App Store | – The Independent Video Game Community

Last year, Valve released the Steam Link app for mobile, allowing users to stream their PC games to their phone or tablet. Except, a week prior to the…
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Finally. Does the Steam Controller work with it? I’ll install it on my Apple TV.

Guess I didn’t need my HDMI extender over IP. I’ll still use it for Kodi.

The Steam Controller works, didn’t play a game yet. Trying to figure out why xscreensaver won’t shutoff the monitor, if I wake it up, and exit the login prompt. Google is useless. Just bump the keyboard tray, and the monitor will be blank forever, not off. Chromium is most likely keeping it awake, just like somebody said on Google.

That would explain why the monitor is off when I wake up and Chromium isn’t running. Oh wait, maybe not, as I closed Chromium earlier, and when I got back, the monitor wasn’t off. Does Steam keep the monitor on?

It’s Steam, closed Chromium but not Steam, monitor wouldn’t turn off, closed Steam, and monitor turned off. Now I have to close Steam when not in use. That’s a bummer. The easiest way if it’s on my TV, is by running killall -9 steam. That’s better then turning the TV on.

Link updated to the actual article, not their homepage. Apparently sharing it in iOS, just gave it a link to the homepage, not the article.

The counselor asked me what I wanted to be doing when I’m 35

I won’t be alive then, I should of said that. I won’t live much longer then Tonka. Will probably get murdered.

Damn, a 10 TB external drive costs $300. I’ll need that for the x86 Pi. WesternDick is cheaper, about $200. Seagate is cheaper then $300, but more then the WD.