When helping a colleague at work who was struggling to get the correct IOS image onto a ISR4431 I came across this tip that I never knew, in later versions of ROMMON you can boot from USB. All you need to do is: 1) Ensure router is powered off 2)…
As part of my current set-up for my Raspberry Pi I am using the brilliant HDMIPi. This is billed as a “1280×800 Affordable Hi-Def HDMI screen for the Raspberry Pi”, but it could also be used for anything that outputs to HDMI.
Having now got my Raspberry Pi to boot directly to the desktop I am now finding that the screen goes blank after a few minutes. This really isn’t helpful as I have no keyboard or mouse attached to get the screen back.
I’m sure this is going to be the first of a few posts that I write just to remind myself how to do things. Hopefully they may be useful to someone else, but probably not!
As part of my development on the Raspberry Pi it dawned on me that it may be a good idea to automatically backup any scripts that I write. Most of these will initially be test scripts, but still worth keeping.
After waiting for nearly an hour for the database to be deleted I have now completed the upgrade to version 2.9.2 of WordPress!
Having finally decided that I really should be keeping my blog up-to-date with progress on the Kit Car, I decided I should upgrade to the latest version of WordPress.
Finally got round to doing the upgrade to WordPress 2.8.1 before I start some (hopefully) serious blogging on my latest project. Unfortunately I came across a slight problem with WPAU (WordPress Automatic Upgrade).
Whilst studying for my CCNP I came across the BGP community attribute. This isn’t covered in much detail in the Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) self-study guide, so off I went to google.
Having not posted to my blog for a while, I had not realised quite how out of date it had become (both content and software!!), so I decided to try and rectify this.