If you’ve managed HTTPS sites for any time, you’ve probably come across Qualys SSL Labs, which allows you to check that your certificates are installed correctly, and also check that your server is configured correctly. It also has the habit… Read More ›
View this post on Instagram #Code completed (at least somewhat), now for the power supply and enclosure. #ntpclock #hugeclock #raspberrypi #sparkfun #funtimes A post shared by Sebastian Storholm (@sstorholm) on Nov 8, 2017 at 1:11pm PST If you’ve followed my… Read More ›
I recently found the first shortcoming of Autodesk’s Fusion 360, it doesn’t have thread definitions for PG conduit threads! If you have no idea what PG conduit threads are, you’re probably not alone, they are a legacy thread definition that’s… Read More ›
Sometimes it might be helpful to reset an HP Procurve / Aruba switch to it’s default factory config, and weirdly it took me until my 153rd installed switch (yes, I actually looked up how many I’ve installed over the years… Read More ›
In vSphere 6.5 and some simultaneous updates to earlier versions, VMware moved away from NPAPI (since Google is set on killing it) and instead introduced two new consoles, the HTML5 browser console which is quite frankly horrible (especially without VMTools),… Read More ›
Updating appliance VMs can be a bit of daunting process since they are all usually different. vROPS (VMware vRealize Operations) is no different in that regard, but it’s a quite straightforward operation when you get understand the process.
Sometimes you just can’t catch a break, for example after returning from a vacation and not remembering your password for the built-in Administrator account in the vsphere.local domain for vCenter. Changing it can be a bit round-about at times, so… Read More ›