I don’t think this site could be considered Windows-centric by any means. The majority of articles I post tend to lean heavy on Linux with a smidgen of Mac OS X thrown in for good measure to stir the pot. However, I …
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I upgraded my work mack to OSX 10.7 Lion today, and, to my surprise, there was no Java runtime installed. When I went to launch the .jnlp from our KVM device, it alerted me that there wasn’t one installed and, if I wanted, it would find and download one for me.
Inspired by the folks over at Backblaze, who describe in this post how they build (pretty much from scratch, and with a breakdown of components and basic wiring diagram) their own Debian-based SAN devices to power their backup business, I’ve decided to try and build my own Linux-based iSCSI SAN device.
As an admittedly lazy IT person I’m all about crafting ways to automate tasks, even if it requires a bit more forethought on the frontend. I had a request come up to do an “inventory” of who had a certain software package on our machines. This is what I eventually came up with.