One of the most forgotten backups is that of the network devices, while it can save you a lot of time (thus money) when things get broken. Luckily there is a tool, called Rancid. I’m using it for all our Continue reading Backing up network devices with Rancid (OpenSuse 11.2)
As I mentioned earlier on Twitter, I use Unison to synchronize my computers. This works great and I truly think Unison is a great tool, but when it comes to synchronize a Windows machine, it is a (little) pain to Continue reading Installing Unison on Windows
Although I like Windows (I think Windows 7 works pretty well), I find myself most of the time working on one of my Linux machines. When I wanted to make a blogpost I had to use the WordPress buildin editor, Continue reading Scribefire, finally a replacement for Windows Live Writer?
Introduction With VMWare 4.x comes a great feature to allow VM’s to talk directly to the hardware. Especially at home usage, this is a great feature. For example, I am running a virtual Mediaportal TV-Server with a DVB-T and two Continue reading Restoring ESXi after connecting the USB boot device to VMDirectPath