ElasticSearch used to have a nice feature called “rivers”. Using a river it was easy to get your CouchDB data into an ElasticSearch index. Since ElasticSearch 1.5 rivers are deprecated. (see ElasticSearch rivers deprecated) One of the solutions is to use LogStash to ship your CouchDB data to ElasticSearch. If you do so, you . . . → Read More: LogStash / CouchDB / ElasticSearch -> Bending your rivers
Are you running Fedora 21? And are you trying to establish a Broadband Connection? And you can not get it to work? And I used to work nicely under Fedora 19 & 20?
This is caused by the fact you try to establish the connection, and your Gnome desktop does not ask you for . . . → Read More: Fedora 21 & Broadband connections not working -> Workaround to enter your PIN
Recently Fedora 18 has been released. As always I’m about the first to upgrade my laptop to the latest version to experience the improvements.
This time though, it’s an incredible LET DOWN. I even consider moving away from Fedora because of this last desvelopment. Being an advanced Linux user I’m familiar with running . . . → Read More: Why I am FedUp with Fedora 18 (Pun intended)
Are you automating your deployments with Puppet? We are too.I believe it’s a great tool to manage your infrastructure in an organized way.
But what about all the rich data that is stored in the Puppet nodes files? Isn’t that data that could be useful for other processes/purposes? Yes it is, and that’s why . . . → Read More: Puppet, Puppet functions & CouchDB: A powerful combination
Is your company using MS Lync as a chat/communication service? You can connect to it with Pidgin using the SIPE plugin. Text-chat and file-transfers work, but I havn’t found a way to get audio and video conversations to work under Fedora 17, unfortunately.
One tip: If you see this error in Pidgin:
Web ticket . . . → Read More: Using a Pidgin SIPE account to connect to MS Lync
Recently I bought a Logitech F310 gamepad and I found out that it works like a charm under Linux Fedora 16.
Here is the lsusb output:
$ lsusb Bus 001 Device 013: ID 046d:c21d Logitech, Inc. F310 Gamepad [XInput Mode]
$lsmod|grep joy joydev 17412 0
I have tested the following games, and they work . . . → Read More: Logitech Gamepad F310 on Fedora 16
Wow, checking the Hurricane Electric site (my ipv6 broker) I noticed they have a certification program to express one’s knowledge on ipv6.
I managed to go from enthusiast > administrator > professional up to Guru. The last one will be a no-go, as my TLD provider doesn’t support ipv6 Glue records.. too bad.
. . . → Read More: Hurricane Electric IPv6 Guru, yay
As of last week, I’m finally TOGAF 9 certified. With this, I’m allowed to call myself enterprise architect, at least, educated to perform architecture.
Okay, so now I have my license to drive, but yet I’m about to learn how to drive properly…
Recently I got a Logitech Professional Presenter R800. (the one with the green laser pointer) I tested it under Linux Fedora 16, and it works like a charm! The device also works nicely under LibreOffice Impress 3.4 ( 1:22.214.171.124-11.fc16 in my case ).
The USB device is detected as a keyboard/mouse device: ( /var/log/messages . . . → Read More: Logitech Professional Presenter R800 under Linux Fedora 16 with LibreOffice Impress