We're pleased to announce that the fourth quarterly update release of the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 2 (Version 2.6.39-400.109) for Oracle Linux 5 and 6 has been published. This release includes driver updates as well as fixes for bugs and security issues.
Some notable highlights include:
I thought I share some news on what I have been busy with and intend
to be in the future. In the past days, I have added more config options
to librelp, which now supports GnuTLS compression methods as well as
provides the ability to set the Diffie-Hellman key strength (number of
bits) and - for experts - to set the GnuTLS priorities, which select the
cipher methods and other important aspects of TLS handling.
rename command in Ubuntu renames multiple files/directories at a time.
To rename a file(s)/directory with upper case name to lower case use following command:
$ rename 'y/A-Z/a-z/' NAME
It will rename file with NAME to name
To rename a file(s)/directory with lower case name to cace case use following command:
$ rename 'y/a-z/A-Z/' name
It will rename file with name to NAME
Rename will only rename file/directory name, it won’t change any content in it.
Me and two colleagues went to Amsterdam today, for a 1-day CFEngine-3 training. I’ve worked with configuration management before (Puppet), and my goal is to explore alternatives to be able to pick the right tool. Today’s quick overview training was a nice opportunity to get into CFEngine and meet some people behind the scenes. Diego […]