OS X 10.9.x Trash Deletes Files Immediately on HDD

This was a bit annoying, but not game ending. On my "Media HD" any time I would try and delete anything it would delete it instead of putting it in the trash. There appear to be a lot of people that want that feature if you Google around, I however like my trash. The error that pops up is similar to this... "Are you sure you want to delete “XYZ File”?

This post on apple support covers it, https://discussions.apple.com/message/18996316#18996316

and the resolution is here: http://www.thexlab.com/faqs/trash.html#Anchor-Files-46919

Windows Server DHCP 'Enable IP Address Conflict Detection'

So this is just a tiny nugget of information for Windows DHCP administrators. You can help mitigate address conflict detection in your dhcp server by setting the following line.

First you can check if it is enabled or not by running
netsh dhcp server show detectconflictretry

Then, if it is not enabled you can run
netsh dhcp server set detectconflictretry 1

Obviously run with 0 to disable.
netsh dhcp server set detectconflictretry 0


Ubuntu slow SSH logon

This is more of an annoyance, but here is a quick and easy fix for a slow ssh logon. The problem is basically when you log in via SSH the password prompt doesn't show up for 10-15 seconds.
sudo nano /etc/nsswitch.conf

Now change the line "hosts: files mdns4_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] dns mdns 4 mdns" to "hosts: files dns"
Log out of your ssh session, and log back in. The password prompt should instantly come up now.