I sometimes want to test my server TLS settings like the test done by ssllabs.com/ssltest but on a different port…
Ever had the urge to browse some APIs without network access?
At work I need to request TLS certificates quite often. I wanted to faciliate the process a bit and therefore I have written my personal helping wrappers for creating certificate requests and packing the certs into PKCS12 containers.
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At work I had the need to clone a debian box that boots via UEFI.
Today I had the problem, that exim would’nt accept any emails from remote hosts.
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When I import a lot of pictures from my camera SD card, some standard transformations need to take place:
At work we had the problem, that after reinstalling Windows two partitions where missing.
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SRS and Exim is still in an experimental phase and the library used is dead upstream, so the Debian-Bug got refused: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=702358
Recently I wondered which hardware I am using in a remote root server. A friend of mine came up with the following command:
This even works on ESX 3.5 Hosts. You see really detailled which hardware is in the box.
I recently played around a bit with Xen. As always I use Debian as my choice. With Etch it was actually pretty easy to use it.