I’m running Gentoo Linux with a 4.19.97 kernel and the nouveau drivers on a laptop with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M rev a2 (according to lspci). There’s an HDMI output port which I usually plug into an external monitor, and it was working this morning, but I just tried it now and it isn’t working. […]
My home router has 2 internal interfaces on different subnets, and one external interface plugged into the comcast modem. I’d like to duplicate every packet that enters each interface out to a single virtual interface, at which I can direct Zeek. I think this should help me get full introspection of network traffic without duplicate […]
I’d like to try to connect my mutt email client to my Google account. However, this account is managed (G Suite) and we login via what looks like Active Directory. I’d like to connect mutt to this account, but I suspect it is failing because of one of two things (or both): Login fails because […]
I have monitor connected to my notebook. Resolution of monitor is 1920×1080 and display of my laptop is 1366×768. When i try to position monitor on the left of my laptop display it screw up seems resolution??? To be honest I have no idea what happened but for me it looks like laptop display and […]
I want to map a new drive letter F: for all users that login to my application server on Azure so they can edit files that are on a separate network share \FileServer\StorageDrive. How can I do that?
I have an Nginx cache server getting content from an origin server, the origin server sets Cache-Control to Public so my Nginx cache server can cache the content and make less requests to origin. But when serving to users, I don’t want it to send the cache as Public anymore, but set it to Private […]
There is a virtualization server where some of them VMs are assigned a different VLAN ID. There is a switch running Mikrotik SwOS and the virtualization server is connected via one single Ethernet cable into one of the ports of the switch. Is it possible to achieve that: the VMs with VLAN ID assigned can […]
It’s been a while since I’ve worked with windows and I don’t remember the command line to get the MD5 hash of a file.