Introduction I recently had to update some initrd used for our PXE infrastructure. I found some blog posts on the web (here and here and here) but none of them…Read more
Introduction This post is an answer to an issue I often face when I am writing scripts : How can I set a flag (a variable) inside a loop (for…Read more
Looks like I can’t remember this ! Here is the place to go if one want to download Firefox from Mozilla (always download an application from its editor!) :…Read more
Introduction The goal of this post is to help you in case you need to replace a faulty disk that is a part of a RAID array built over a…Read more
Introduction This is the fourth and last post from the How-to build a basic PXE infrastructure series, in which we are going to setup the NFS server. The NFS server…Read more
Introduction This page lists some of the esx commands I found to be useful, add your own in the comment if you have some good ones ! …Read more
Interesting Chris Anderson interview (aired on France Culture).Read more
Interesting Andrew Blum interview (aired on France Culture) about his new book : Tubes, a journey to the center of internet.Read more
This web site is an interactive map (based on Google’s map), which allow one to view, select and get info about current (and future!) underwater internet cables.Read more
This post is the first of a small series about the not-so-new systemd. This post will introduce you, in a very gentle way, to systemd utility : systemctl.
The systemctl utility comes with options allowing you to start, stop, enable, disable, request status for a given service. Here is a quick overview of the main and mostly used ones.