I’ve lost many hours of my life trying to get VMware Single Sign-on(SSO) installed for an installation of vSphere 5.1. Here are some of the tips that I used to finally get it installed. First a few details. The vSphere install was on a Windows 2008 server, and the database backend was Oracle 11g.
Google has a very nice security feature everyone should be using. It’s called 2-step verification. It’s relatively simple to setup, and there is a little bit of administrative overhead, but you should do it just the same. These instructions are for Google Apps, but they should work for everyone.
I was thinking back to an earlier post, about AT&T’s 3G coverage. This time around, I finally had a choice to go with Verizon. It’s LTE, which is a better technology (and AT&T’s LTE is probably similar, but there isn’t LTE in Seattle for AT&T.) Here’s the results for my new Verizon LTE iPad (ignore …
I’m starting a new job where I need to have my SSH keys pushed to hundreds of Red Hat servers. The special sauce is a command called ssh-copy-id. However, using this command requires you answering a (yes/no) question, then shortly thereafter enter your password. Painful. Here’s how push your keys without the pain.
There were more than a few instructions on how to do this. They were all wrong, at least for my default install of CentOS 5.6. In a nutshell, here is how I was able to do it: