- Story about alarm flase positives
- And we’re back!!
- Home Automation in the Cloud
- Book Review – Mastering Zabbix
- Installing Zabbix 2.2.x on CentOS The Easy Way!
- iTunes Error – cannot save library, not enough memory
- Installing Zabbix 2.0.x on CentOS The Easy Way!
- Activate an interface without assigning an IP (Debian/Ubuntu)
- OS X and Windows 7 and Me
- Are we in with the new Btrfs? (with NFS and ESXi)
Author Archives: Brendon
Recently my alarm kept triggering and I couldn’t figure out why. I first figured out which motion sensor was causing it. That helped a bit, but not enough. I then boosted up the logging and discovered (1) it happened very … Continue reading
After being down for almost a year, we’re back! This is no longer brendon.com, it’s brendon.net! WordPress has been updated thanks to wp-cli. I can’t believe this thing want’s FTP enabled to auto-update!
I setup a home automation system in my house and it runs from the cloud. Yup, you read that correctly. I do understand a lot of “home automation” now runs from the cloud but my definition of home automation isn’t … Continue reading
I was asked by Packt Publishing to give the book Mastering Zabbix a review. It’s by Andrea Dalle Vacche and Stefano Kewan Lee, copyright 2013. I found it most interesting to see what topics they covered as the book title states, “Mastering … Continue reading
Original Posting and Script This is an updated script to install Zabbix 2.2.x on CentOS/Red Hat 6. I have tested it on CentOS 6.5. The script was made for Zabbix 2.2.1, but if you modify the ZBX_VER variable in the script, … Continue reading
Yes, we all know iTunes sucks, but some of us are stuck with it. Anyway, I was receiving an error like “iTunes Library file cannot be saved not enough memory”. I didn’t save the exact error, I should have. Anyway, … Continue reading
Update: This has been updated for 2.2.x. Follow this link. Original Posting and Script This is an updated script to install Zabbix 2.0.x on CentOS/Red Hat 6. I have tested it on CentOS 6.2. The script was made for Zabbix 2.0.1, but … Continue reading
There have been many times I have needed to run NTOP on a Debian host and got it working, but never set it up 100% correctly. Usually I’d get NTOP working and configured and by that time I was too … Continue reading
This is about my experience with OS X from my perspective — don’t forget, everyone’s different. This all took place over a little more than a year. Chapter 1 – Introduction to Mac About a year ago I purchased a MacBook … Continue reading