How to load a kernel module in Linux
Normally, after install the OS (Debian in my case), you don't have sudo access. This is a common but easy to solve situation
Sometimes when I run the ssh command I get this error:
WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED!
After a year, I decided sell my QNAP server and build a new server. The main reason was the Linux distribution, while in many distributions is easy install a new package, in the QNAP distribution, if the package is not supported, the installation is painful. And not many packages are supported.
After almost a year with my QNAP TS-509, I decided update the firmware. I am always a little worried with the firmware updates, but in this case specially because I had installed some packages (like amule and openssh) and I was not sure about what can happen after the update.