It’s been a while since I posted but I only recently started tinkering with things again in my free time. I travel a lot now for work so I spend some lonely nights in hotel rooms with no internet. I have time to play. Anyway, I wanted to host a repository for OmniOS because I’mContinue reading Running OmniOS/OpenIndiana under ESXi hosted at OVH
While on Linux you sometimes have to pick between apples and pears (Oranges being just a bit too different). Picking an Illumos distribution is more like picking dark or brown chocolate. I’m currently using OpenIndiana and I’m overall very happy with it. However I have some issues with OI, being that KVM is more orContinue reading Which Illumos distribution do I use?
Here is a quick post on how to update a IPKG based zone on OpenIndiana and other Illumos based distributions. You cannot do this from withing the zone itself but this has to be done form the global zone. When the zone is re-attached it will be update. So the zone will be down forContinue reading Updating a IPKG Zone
I’ve seen anti-spoofing mentioned on #illumos and #openindiana a few times but googling it turns up little information. Although I didn’t check it out until rmustacc‘s adviced me to do so regarding a KVM IPv6 issue I’m facing. After asking around about it and and some further research it also seems to go by theContinue reading Solaris Antispoof / Link Protection
As mentioned in my previous Solaris related post, I’ve recently started using Solaris. What I didn’t mention is that I briefly use Oracle Solaris 11 11/11, but quickly went to OpenIndiana. I personally did not like the way Oracle is doing things. Plus the added benefit of KVM and some extra goodies here and there.Continue reading Quick lookup of SMF log file
I’ve recently moved away from Linux to Solaris (OpenIndiana more specificly) for my NAS. Although I like the Linux community, the Solaris one is totally different. Note: I’m talking about the Illumos Kernel, Distro’s like SmartOS and OpenIndiana and projects OpenCSW. It’s not a huge community, to me this is part of the appeal. YouContinue reading Welcome to Solaris, have a beer.