Thursday 27th, January 2022
Visualized SSH login failures27-01-2022 17:53
When running a Linux server, which is accessible from the Internet, you will see a lot of failed SSH authentication attemtps.
This article is not about securing your server (ssh-port-change, fail2ban, private/public-key-auth only, ...) but about visualizing these attacks.
Friday 21st, January 2022
ISC BIND - enabling query statistics on CentOS21-01-2022 10:03
ISC BIND allows for export of statistics using a web UI. This artice can help you avoid a common pitfall on CentOS.
Sunday 2nd, January 2022
VMware ESXi mount a NFS share on a Synology Diskstation02-01-2022 14:43
Mounting a NFS share should be an easy task, however you might fail to mount the NFS share.
The ESXi vmkernel.log might show this error:
WARNING: NFS41: NFS41ExidNFSProcess:2054: Server doesn't support the NFS 4.1 protocol
Wednesday 15th, January 2020
How to recover a lost certifier file15-01-2020 12:52
This article describes how to recover a lost certifier file.
Of course this will not work for everybody. As a minimum you need the CA-Task configured for the certifier you are looking for.
Thursday 8th, August 2019
You can now register for the Notes and Domino Version 11 Beta08-08-2019 13:36
Tuesday 11th, June 2019
Update on Homebridge11-06-2019 18:15 Three years ago as I started looking into running homebridge
on a Synology Diskstation, I did not find a working docker image and decided to build my own docker image. ...
Monday 8th, February 2016
Installing HomeBridge as Docker Image on Synology08-02-2016 20:29 This article explains how to install and omeBridge, an opensource implementation of Apples HomeKit API, on a Synology Diskstation.
This tutorial requires that you own a Synology Diskstation with an Intel CPU that can run Docker.
Thursday 26th, December 2013
Fun with Eclipse Browser Settings in IBM Notes26-12-2013 13:30 Just because we can, you can play around with some settings in IBM Notes on Windows.
Instead of using the Internet Explorer engine to render websites in Notes you can use XULrunner, the engine from the popular Firefox browser.
First check which engine Notes is currently using by opening a browser window within Notes (Open - Web), you may have to check your preferences to use the internal browser.
Go to https://www.whatismybrowser.com/
Now edit the file [notesprogramdir]/framework/rcp/plugin_customization.ini and add the two lines:
Now close all browser windows and restart Notes.
You can even update the version of the rendering engine, Sven Hasselbach blogged a how to: