When building OpenXT I was in need of an LXC container to use as a build machine. I wanted to start looking at unprivileged containers and it took a while to get it working. There are still some limitations in what I got working but it took long enough that I figured I would blog what I did to remind me and assist others.
Posted in LXC
Tagged Debian, LXC, OpenXT
Recently I decided to finally stop just copying my music files to my Droid Razr Maxx HD. I wanted to create some playlists, clean up my music library, and then just sync the results to my phone. Most of my music is a mp3 with ogg/vorbis in a close second. Only in the past few months did I start buying music via iTunes and get a few m4a files. Little did I know I was heading towards a failed sync and being notified that “The Player might not support the file type”. Continue reading
Two posts in one day. I think there are pigs flying by my windows. After running the updates on my freshly installed 10.10 server VM XenServer was no longer able to parse the grub file. The message was strangely familiar to a previous problem of the lack of support for Grub2. Continue reading
While checking something for a co-worker I ran into an issue recently reported in one of my comments. Seems that it is possible to not be able to boot a PV ubuntu VM with an ISO mounted. This is because the CD VBD is marked bootable. The full error is “The bootloader for this VM returned an error — did the VM installation succeed? Error from bootloader: too many bootable disks.” The fix is the same as for the xe-edit-bootloader error I reported previously. http://www.aikidokatech.com/?p=23
I decided to give Gingerbread and the latest Liberty ROM a try yesterday. Unfortunately it seems that GB was still not quite ready for prime time use by me. Continue reading
My sites are slowly being moved over to Dreamhost. Hopefully this will eliminate the slowness some of them have experienced. Being that they are all so small it was quite frustrating!
The Synchronizer for XenClient comes with its own certificate. However most final installations will want to have their organization’s signed certificate so it is trusted automatically. My lab environment is very simple. There is a root CA and no intermediate CAs. There will be differences in a properly designed environment with intermediate CAs that might change a few steps.
While trying to setup a NetScaler VPX to allow my Droid X to connect to my Citrix lab environment I ran into a certificate issue. I am using an in-house CA and apparently Google has not developed any easy means (that I could find) to import a third-party root CA. To me this is vital to a business scenario. Fortunately a guide Citrix has written has one method to add the certificate.
I decided that I was tired of waiting for LTE phones and went to Verizon Wireless to upgrade my phone. I opted for the Droid X because I am now ok with only a touchscreen keyboard. After running Sapphire on my Droid since I got it I was quite used to a vanilla Android experience. Then enter MotorBlur…. Continue reading
Well XenServer 5.6 FP1 beta is out. I decided to finally see what tickets I entered during the 5.6 beta for ubuntu support were added. Turns out they all were! However there is at least one new patch needed. Continue reading