Recently I was creating a simple PHP webpage that required an MSSQL connection for a query. I installed the freetds-0.91-15 driver on my Oracle Linux and configured unixODBC-2.2.11-10.el5 appropriately. All went well and I soon had the first results on my page. My next task was to create a simple enough query that would ‘count’ some […]Read More No tuples available at this result index in […]
For some reason the in-line images keep getting blocked in GLPI. I think database cluttering is the main reason for this. I still think they should make it optional. But hey, who am i to tell INDEPNET whats right 🙂 Anywayz… Enabling (Fixing) the images has become a bit more complex in comparison with my […]Read More Fix (enable) GLPI 0.84.8 Inline knowledgebase images.
Those familiar with the Sonicwall SSL-VPN 2000 appliance and Windows are used to connect to the SSLVPN using the NetExtender software. Older versions of the NetExtender appliance will still offer this software when connected using the browser.There are various forums actually providing instructions on how-to install this old software on Windows 8.1. Most include instructions […]Read More Howto: Sonicwall SSL-VPN (NetExtender) on Windows 8.1
We encountered a failed logical disk on a Dell Perc SAS controller. After a quick review we discovered that two disks out of the four configured for RAID5 had failed. This event triggered the Perc controller to put the logical disk offline. Now what… Everyone knows that when using a raid5 distributed partity with 4 […]Read More Recover from failed Dell perc raid5 logical disk
Yesterday someone remarked: With Apache you cant implement multiple SSL certificates behind one and the same IP address. This remark is actually not quite correct. A good opportunity to explain the basics behind SSL and explain why SSL implementations on servers with multiple sites can be challenging. Understanding SSL. SSL is an acronym for ‘Secure […]Read More Apache and SSL
Lately I got many questions regarding the network configuration of Oracle Enterprise Linux 6 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6). Enough to write a little article about it. It seems that some of the network configuration was altered in OEL6. The reason as far as I know is the implementation of the NetworkManager daemon. I don’t […]Read More Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.x networking
Just to put it out there. Some history. BAM! There was Powershell. At first, I didnt quite understand its potential and role in the Microsoft product suite. Then came the ‘not-quite-headless’ windows server. I was like: oooh, It looks like Microsoft is Changing/learning and stripping useless overhead (read things that can potentially break, need maintenance, […]Read More Hate to say it, but Powershell is cool!