I have just moved a WordPress instance from a standard cPanel installation, into a custom OpenBSD host. Everything ran smoothly from a data point of view but when I went to test the installation I got a 500 error. Turning on php error logging gave me the information I needed to start debugging the issue. Continue reading “Swiffy plugin for WordPress”
The start of May is the release time for yet another edition of OpenBSD and 2015 brings the release of OpenBSD 5.7. This edition brings some excellent hardware support that will improve the users experience with the operating system, a range of installer improvements, removal of Nginx and Sendmail from the base, IPv6 has been further integrated into the kernel and a large range of security improvements. Continue reading “OpenBSD 5.7 Released”
For OpenBSD users, it has been pretty disappointing that Digital Ocean didn’t launch other BSDs with introduction of FreeBSD, even though the technical barrier had been removed to allow it.
Today, I thought I’d try doing an OpenBSD load again (I have tried before without success due to CPU feature issues) and the results were pleasing – you can now enjoy OpenBSD on Digital Ocean. Continue reading “OpenBSD on Digital Ocean”
While some use the documentation correctly and search the mailing lists, sometimes the answers don’t come up correctly due to formatting or google having issues indexing.
As I use OpenBSD more and more as a daily driver (be it still in VMWare Workstation on one machine and Virtual Box on the other), I still don’t have it on raw workstation hardware. I want my audio and video to work but out of the box on the above platforms, but my audio was either sketchy or non-existent. Continue reading “OpenBSD audio in virtualisation”
Having just recently performed an upgrade of OpenBSD 5.6 to OpenBSD 5.7, duplicity (my backup tool), stopped working for no apparent reason.
At first, I thought it had something to do with the 0.6 branch becoming deprecated, but in the end I found out that this was just a warning message. Continue reading “py-boto and LibreSSL”
While setting up two new Lenovo E540 notebooks that had Windows 8 on them, I came across an issue with the update to Windows 8.1 via the Microsoft Store. It would get to 50% downloaded/installed and then error with the code 0x80240031. Continue reading “Windows 8.1 Update 0x80240031”
The start of May 2014 marks the release of OpenBSD 5.5. Another release brings a swag of hardware improvements along with software features that will give users even more choices when they are building a server, router/firewall or desktop computer.
Some highlights that interest me are: Continue reading “OpenBSD 5.5 Released”
The start of November 2013 marks the release of OpenBSD 5.4. Another release brings a swag of hardware improvements along with software features that will give users even more choices when they are building a server, router/firewall or desktop computer.
Some highlights that interest me are: Continue reading “OpenBSD 5.4 Released”
It appears that Ford Australia and the dealer servicing network are forgetful when it comes to resetting the oil change light when a vehicle is in for service. It makes you wonder if they actually did anything when they service your vehicle – they probably forget to even change the oil. Lets just say, for the price you pay for a service, you think that something this simple would be done like clockwork.
So this time instead of going out of our way to visit the dealer to have it reset again, I thought i’d just Google to see if anyone else has either had this issue or has worked out how to reset it because they service their vehicle themselves. Continue reading “Ford Fiesta/Focus Oil Change Light – Reset”