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IT Architect, Data Scientist, ArchiDevOps, NoSQL, Hadoop, MongoDB, etc.


Aug
17
comment Howto setup Cobbler with PXE if you can't change the dhcp server?
I've done the installation using a CDROM (iso image generated by Cobbler!) as you suggested and that worked quite nicely. I now have the setup in an almost isolated area where I can unplug it from the LAN, enable DHCP, deploy via PXE, disable DHCP and plug in again. Given the fact that this is a test/experiment environment it will have to do for now. I've also looked at other "proxydhcp" options but none seemed to have code beyond 2004 ... i.e. dead unmaintained code. Thanks for the feedback.
Aug
12
revised Howto setup Cobbler with PXE if you can't change the dhcp server?
Clarified some terminology.
Aug
12
asked Howto setup Cobbler with PXE if you can't change the dhcp server?
Aug
10
answered How can I use grep to find the most frequently recurring errors in my log file?
Aug
6
answered What is the value of JAVA_HOME for CentOS?
Aug
6
answered Total Wildcard DNS vHosts To 1 File
Jul
31
comment Can I build my own Extended Validation SSL certificate?
Thanks for the clear explanation.
Jul
31
accepted Can I build my own Extended Validation SSL certificate?
Jul
30
asked Can I build my own Extended Validation SSL certificate?
Jul
30
answered Building a build server on an Atom Mini-ITX PC
Jul
30
answered Dynamic https sub domains
Jul
25
answered PXE Boot - Linux server & OpenBSD client
Jul
23
comment Is there such a thing as a signed SSH keypair?
The hash value you get is most likely the so called fingerprint of the key. I recommend checking the openssh manual on how you can list these fingerprints.
Jul
22
answered Is there such a thing as a signed SSH keypair?
Jul
14
awarded  Critic
Jul
7
comment Find size of file in MB
Nitpick: 1024*1024 uses MiB (=2^20) instead of the requested MB (10^6). See also: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mebibyte
Jun
30
comment Bash snippet for apache error log to show what URLS are causing 404s?
I agree with this solution with one important side note: This works with most Apache installations that use the system default logging format. If the admin has changed the logging format the command above must be altered slightly.
Jun
29
answered Altering Firefox “Address not found” page behavior
Jun
27
comment Your worst “High Maintenance User” experience
Just about all of the stories posted here can be copied straight to thedailywtf.com :)
Jun
26
accepted Email rejected when hostname.domain.nl is in the 'From:' email address