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Eight years as a blogger

Today, 2021-03-13, i celebrate (or whatever i’m doing) eight years as a blogger. During past 12 months around 60 blog post have been created meaning total number of live blog posts are now in the 820 range. Apart from creating blog posts i have made a few changes to the blog including: Enable SSL – …

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Atom Text Editor Won’t Start On MacBook

So the other day i ran into a problem when the graphical text editor of my choice for Macbook, Atom, didn’t start. I’m still using macos catalina 10.15.7 and the Atom version is 1.54.0. Atom didn’t completely launched when i try to start it and it didn’t matter if i started it via the Dock, …

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WordPress Theme Graphene – Revert Back from 2.x To 1.9

Not that often these days that you need to downgrade/revert back from an upgraded software version to the one previously running. However, that was exactly what i had to do with my blog a while ago:) My WordPress theme Graphene haven’t been upgrade for quite some time so i decided to jump on the 2.x …

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Check MSSQL Version Via Command Prompt

First day of 2021 and the first blog post…. In situations where you don’t have Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio available or if you just like to use command prompt you can use the command sqlcmd to manage and view your Microsoft SQL Server. Before start managing your MSSQL server via command prompt you need …

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Prevent autostart of Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client

After a MacBook restart there are usually a few applications that will autostart/launch and depending on what you normally do it might be good or might just be annoying. I try to keep the number of auto started applications to a minimum and the most recent application i disabled autostart for was Cisco AnyConnect Secure …

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NAKIVO Backup & Replication Version 10.1 Released

Quick note to let you know that yesterday, 2020-09-21, NAKIVO release version 10.1 of their Backup & Replication product which offers data protection of virtual, physical, cloud and SaaS environments. This dot one version comes with two major enhancements: OneDrive for Business Backup and Recovery This means you can backup and restore your SaaS data …

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Linux Debian – Install & Manage Apache Web Server

During my first time working with the Linux distribution Debian, aka Debian GNU/Linux, i had to pick up some new commands but many things are same as with Linux versions i usually work with e.g. Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and CentOS. In Debian when managing (install, delete, update) packages you have to use Advanced …

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How To Force Quit Unresponsive Applications in macOS

So now it’s time to kill or force quit (which sounds a bit better) some unresponsive application running on my MacBook. Yes i know force quit will just fix an immediate problem with an unresponsive application and that you should take the necessary actions to understand why the application is unresponsive. Nevertheless i have been …

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Global Nutanix .Next 2020

We are only a few days away from this years Nutanix .Next which is the Nutanix user conference usually held once a year in the US and once a year in Europe. Same as for a lot of other things during 2020 this has changed and instead there will be a global online .Next running …

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macOS – HowTo Fix Finder Error 36

So the other day when i was trying to backup some local MacBook, macOS 10.15.5 Catalina, files to my NAS i ran into a Finder problem. Yeah this was a manual copy so no Time Machine, no automated script backup solution:) Anyway the error i got was “Error code -36” – see the below picture …

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Find Last Times Your MacBook Was Rebooted

So lately i have had some problems with my MacBook which has caused it to be either automatically restarted or in a state where i have had to manually restart it via Restart option or just pressing the power button. While doing some investigation i had to list when the MacBook was restarted to see …

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NAKIVO Backup & Replication Version 10 Released

A few days ago, NAKIVO release version 10 of their Backup & Replication product which offers data protection of virtual, physical, cloud and SaaS environments. One of the most important updates to this release is the suport for VMware vSphere 7. All Nakivo Backup & Replication functionality available for earlier vSphere versions are included in …

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Remove Computer Name In maxOS Terminal

In a previous blog post Set maxOS Catalina Default Shell to Bash i described how to change shell on my MacBook from the new default macOS shell zsh back to bash. However, some time ago i decided to switch to zsh and when i did i wanted to do some housekeeping. First thing, which is …

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NAKIVO Backup & Replication Version 9.4 Released

I must admit that NAKIVO is keeping a fast pase when it comes to releasing new versions of their Backup & Replication product. Yesterday, 2020-06-03, they released yet another version meaning the latest and greatest version is 9.4. This version includes new features or improved features in the following areas: Backup & Recover (files, VMs …

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ZertoCON 2020 – IT Resilience NOW

No surprise but wanted to let you know anyway. The yearly ZertoCON conference which was held in Nashville 2019 will be a virtual event 2020. The event takes place in your couch Wednesday 10:th June between 11:30 AM EST with exhibit hall and networking lounge opening and then 12:00 PM EST the keynote starts. The …

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