I am quite used to install operating system updates on deb and rpm based Linux distros. This is usually a simple update && upgrade. But firmware updates on Linux is a pain in the ass, until now I discovered recently on my new laptop [https://vleeuwen.net/linux-pre-installed-laptop/]. Thanks to "Linux
[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
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
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.
[https://vleeuwen.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/firefly.png]This guide will help you setup Firefly Media Server [http://www.fireflymediaserver.org/] to serve iTunes. This server based program, previously known as “mt-daapd” shares your media collection to iTunes. DAAP stands for Digital Audio Access Protocol and is developed by
Today I had to add a static-route on a Fedora 10 workstation to gain access to a web application. Because it needs to be persistent, survive reboots, I wanted to configure the static-route the way Fedora (Red Hat) likes it. The script ‘/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifup-routes’ is responsible for setting