Basically, the display is cut off! So if I were trying to install a new OS, it wouldn’t be very efficient since I’d have to guess what was on display; e.g. As it turns out, using the correct search phrase returns the answer. HINT: it’s a compatibility issue between the client and display scaling in […]Read More Display bug in VMware vSphere Client
Excerpts from her recent post that resonate so well with me of late. Create clarity. To create the best working environment for your team, you must create clarity. Ensure psychological safety. Your success as a manager is contingent on how honest people are willing to be with you. Let go. When you’re an individual contributor, […]Read More Claire Lew: What the best leaders do
… but hey, better late than never! So I was just complaining about how PuTTY doesn’t seem to handle SSH keys (e.g. AWS, Azure) very well, and then I came to (belated) realization that because rsync can be used in Windows via Cygwin, so can ssh. Now I don’t waste time in a UI managing […]Read More Late as a Cygwin user…
For all those of you who have been trying to clear Putty’s cache of host fingerprints (Windows) for development or testing, here is the answer: 1. Open the registry (regedit) 2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SimonTatham\PuTTY\SshHostKeys 3. Delete the rows that you need and presto! Nice, TIL.Read More SOLVED: Clear cached PuTTY’s SSH keys
I was trying to compile collectd on a old CentOS 6 host, and ./configure complained that rrdtool couldn’t be found; e.g. rrdtool . . . . . . . no (rrd.h not found) I’d intended to use rrdtool to collect instance-level metrics and then graph ’em out with CGP, so it was pretty annoying. TIL that […]Read More SOLVED: rrd.h not found
A keylogger records when a key is pressed, when it is released, and whether any shift or special keys have been pressed. It is also recorded if, for example, a password is entered even if it is not displayed on the screen. There is no evidence that this keylogger has been intentionally implemented. Obviously, it […]Read More PSA: Keylogger in Hewlett-Packard Audio Driver
I quickly pressed Windows Key + q to open the Search box and typed in: turn windows features on or off Turn windows features on or off I scanned a few options but one in particular was salient: Hyper-V was enabled. So I installed the 64-bit version of Docker for Windows after configuring a shiny new VirtualBox CentOS 7 […]Read More SOLVED: VirtualBox shows only 32-bit guest versions on my (64-bit) Windows 10?