After reading this article http://xbmc.org/davilla/2009/12/29/broadcom-crystal-hd-its-magi [http://xbmc.org/davilla/2009/12/29/broadcom-crystal-hd-its-magic]c I decided to give my older Mac Mini used as HTPC a second life. > The Broadcom Crystal HD is available now in a mini-PCIE card with ExpressCard and 1X
[https://vleeuwen.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/linux-ms.png]The SCOM Linux agent (scx) uses a SSL certificate to trust communication between the SCOM server and Linux agents. The SCOM server communicates with the agent running on port 1270/tcp. Normally you will deploy the agent by using the discovery
Since I first started using a webmail client Squirrelmail was my number one. But lately I missed some functions like viewing HTML formatted mail, auto address completion and LDAP address book functionality. So I started to look for a webmail client that comes with this functionality build-in and came up
Today I recieved a strange message when I tried to open a RDP connection. $ rdesktop windows.server.local Autoselected keyboard map en-us disconnect: No valid license available. To resolve this issue you need to add the client hostname. $ rdesktop -n hostname windows.server.local Autoselected keyboard map en-us WARNING: Remote
Using the wireless functionality of the Cisco 877W router I discovered that the wireless connection being disconnected en reconnected intermittently. At fist I thought it might be my Linux notebook doing wierd things, but as other wireless clients acting the same I suspected my new broadband router. Looking at the
To make the eToken PKI 5.0 client work on my 64bit Fedora 11 workstation with the 32bit version of the Aladdin eToken middle ware I had to install the following packages: hal-libs.i586, libusb.i586, openct.i586, pcsc-lite-openct.i586, pcsc-lite-libs.i586, pcsc-lite.i586 and dependencies. rpm -ivh pkiclient-5.00.