I’ve got a bit of a product review here about the Inspiron 15 7000. I purchased this laptop fully decked out with a 4K touch screen, distinct Graphics card, 16GB RAM, i7 8th generation intel processor, and a PCIe NVMe 512GB SSD. I wanted bleeding edge and I got it. What I also got was…
I ran into a problem a short while ago with Landscape clients unable to connect to my Landscape server, and just recently figured out what’s going on. Essentially PyCurlError: Error 60: server certificate verification failed. I eventually found what the problem was, and hope to share it with you to save you time.
Lovely. 1954 survey done at 2 meter resolution. I’ve seen 172’s outfitted with magnetometer mapping equipment for mining surveys before, but never a keyhole-style film optical capture setup. Have fun finding your subdivision and that river running through it. http://maps.library.utoronto.ca/data/on/AP_1954/index.html
[10:42:56 PM] Me: scrub the video clip before uploading! [10:43:40 PM] Chet Wanger: what do I use to clean a video clip? and what is online with my current videos in the metadata? [10:44:14 PM] Me: good question.. so maybe the best way is to upload to an anymous youtube account [10:44:42 PM] Me: google…
How subscribed is your server? Here’s a sample of top output. Here’s some key things that beginners need to know about how your host “sees” the VM’s. My example is KVM on LTS. This example is based on a dual proc xeon 8 cores, no hyperthreading, 64GB, HP Gen 5 Proliant Rack Server.
So in finicking around with KVM on my Ubuntu 16.04.1 for a little bit, and i’d like to share something that may really save you a lot of time and effort when it comes to those pesky xml files that describe what your Virtual Machine is, and what it’s got under the hood for resources.
If you’re reading this and it matters to you. I’m about to save you hours of go-nowhere research. Nowhere else have i found the solution. So here you go world. I can describe the problem as this: PHPMyAdmin apparently won’t work under Amazon’s EC2 instance of CentOS using RDS or some other TCP based SQL connection….
I wanted to break free and set up my own email server on Amazon’s AWS cloud. After signing up for a one year free trial, creating my mailinabox server on a T2 Micro instance with Ubunut 14.04LTS, getting the externally hosted DNS settings up and running, and testing OK, it was now time to focus…
While exploring various options for programming the MicroChip PIC12 , i ran into this review. Old, but noteworthy. This is not a typical Public Relations response.
So the other day i was purchasing some cherries, when I ran into a problem. I had no idea how much the darned things were gonna cost me. I went to a Loblaws SuperStore in Aurora and spotted these: