I’ve found one of the gems of the Open Source world, if you’re looking for a competitive and feature rich router, you should consider Vyatta. Recently I installed it and configured to be my home router. Its also worth mentioning that even though you don’t need much for your home network, Vyatta can also compete […]
This category consists of stuff related to my expertise with Systems Administration. I've been a Systems Administrator for Linux, Windows and other Operating Systems for the span of 10 - 12 years. I do this stuff for a living, but I also do it for fun and to learn. Consulting on technology for different clients across any industry is part of my job and from time to time I'll share some of those experiences with you. You'll probably find posts related to MySQL, Linux, WordPress, Servers, Command line stuff, and really geeky topics. If you're used to some of the other more fun sections on my site, this is very different.
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When you’re bouncing around from one directory to another in Linux or OSX, or even Cygwin in windows, remember you can use alias to save you time. For example, I’ve been working a lot on these two directories in my pxeboot server ((The xxxx is just a placeholder)). Advertisements /opt/xxxx/sources/linuxdistros/centos/x86_64/5.3 /opt/xxxx/sources/linuxdistros/centos/x86/4.4 Typing those in each […]
Nextgen Gallery is awesome, it displays images in your WordPress installation in a way that is very customizable and using the plugin itself is a breeze. Recently it got updated to version 1.3.4 3.1.5 1.4.1. If you’re using a custom template, this upgrade most likely broke your installation. The reason seems to be that the […]
What’s the difference between sed and awk? I don’t know, I really don’t care too much, but I do care to know which one I should be using for different tasks. I do know that sed seems easier to use than awk. I may sometime get around to writing some tips, tricks and differences between […]
These are my notes to get Jira installed and working with a Crowd backend for authentication and single sign on. I’ve already shown you the notes to get Crowd and Confluence installed. Check out the previous articles in the series. As always, these are notes for reference and they may not work perfectly for you, […]