Author Archives: scoker3
This morning i lost a good friend. Tor, you are going to be missed. If there is an after life i am sure you will be waiting at the gate. Thank you for being my friend. -sam
Ah good old FreeBSD sometimes you forget that you actually have to patch it. While I am fairly good about keeping my release current, this is one of the few times that I have had to update because of an … Continue reading
Since Netinfo was replaced by Directory Services in Leopard there are several user based tweaks that I like to do. This had not been a problem on my Mac Pro since I did an upgrade, but I just got a … Continue reading
Another problem I ran into is that Parallels v.3 network bridge mode stopped working. This is related to the fact that I did an upgrade and not a fresh install of the OS. Reinstalling parallels does not solve the problem. … Continue reading
I just upgraded to Leopard and so far the first big problem I found is that Photoshop v.7 will not work. Granted this is an old version and designed to run in both classic and OS X, which I suspect … Continue reading
After sending most of my day on a memory upgrade, I discovered something fun. IBM pSeries 660 model 7026-6H1 Servers count their memory in quads and not pairs. Even though the memory vendor sells the upgrade kit as a pair.
I have recently left my job at Rockefeller University and move across the street to Weill Medical College of Cornell University. I thought this would also be an excellent time to pick the blog back up and see if I … Continue reading
Append or edit /etc/hostconfig with the following: HOSTNAME=”machine.your.domain”
1) Create the certificate authority certificate and key. Make sure you remember the password you use. You will need to use it repeatedly. mkdir /CERTS/ldap-certs/ca cd /CERTS/ldap-certs/ca openssl req -new -x509 -keyout ./ca.key -out ./ca.crt echo 01 > /CERTS/ldap-certs/ca/serial touch … Continue reading
Camp wiki I am here for the conference on Shibboleth.