Two years at Red Hat have flown by at such a rapid pace; I'm even a couple months late in blogging about it! To top off another year full of great projects, awesome technology, and incredible people, I've had a couple exciting things happen that I wanted to share. Last month I was chosen to … Continue reading What a year!!
Assuming you have ssh enabled on your DD-WRT, and that your DD-WRT is at ddwrt.lab.test, the following will generate a shell script that can be used to restore your config: ssh [email protected] 'nvram show | grep = | cut -d"=" -f 1 | while read key; do echo nvram set $key="$(nvram get $key)"; done' > ddwrt.config Restore … Continue reading Making a backup of your DD-WRT config
With the ever changing landscape in IT, many enterprise environments are looking for ways to reduce or eliminate downtime, improve security, reduce footprint, and achieve application portability. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host provides a way to achieve these goals. In this blog we cover the steps needed to setup Satellite 6 to deploy RHEL … Continue reading Red Hat Satellite Blog – Red Hat Customer Portal
The act of hooking-up a dishwasher is not unlike adding a Linux system to an existing enterprise IT environment. When you deploy a Linux system, it too needs to be “hooked-up”. As the data that flows through your environment consists of different kinds of objects (e.g. users, groups, hosts, and services) the associated identity information … Continue reading An Introduction to Interoperability Challenges in the Modern Enterprise
I have an old Asus 1000HE Eee PC (32-bit, 2GB RAM, 128GB SSD). Fedora 21 with Gnome Shell runs ok, but as I only use this netbook to browse the web, I figured I'd try to figure out how to launch Chrome as the desktop environment, cutting Gnome Shell out completely. In the process of trying to determine which lightweight … Continue reading Chrome as your desktop environment
Reminder to self: When installing EL7 (RHEL7/CentOS7) on a old Acer Aspire 5520 laptop, fetch and install the following RPMs from elrepo.org: kmod-ath5k kmod-nvidia-304xx-304 nvidia-x11-drv-304xx-304 kmod-forcedeth Output of lspci (to add searchable keywords to this post): 00:00.0 RAM memory: NVIDIA Corporation MCP67 Memory Controller (rev a2) 00:01.0 ISA bridge: NVIDIA Corporation MCP67 ISA Bridge (rev … Continue reading EL7 on old Acer Aspire 5520 Laptop
Great reference to keep at the desk! https://access.redhat.com/articles/yum-cheat-sheet