Hi guys, welcome to my personal blog. Here you will find a lot of technical stuff on my blog. Please notice that any information and documentation you can find here are my personal view. Nothing is related to my current job. If you use any of the things I`m posting here is on your own […]
To use Nextcloud and ONLYOFFICE you need to run some tasks to get it work. Install ONLYOFFICE app Login to your Nextcloud web interface Go to “Apps” and search for ONLYOFFICE Download and activate it This does not enable ONLYOFFICE functionality at all. Therefore you need to also install and activate the Community Document Server. […]
Think about the following situation. You need to modify the address of your internal DNS server and therefore you need to change /etc/resolv.conf on all your Linux boxes. It might be that this change will not be recognized by every service running on your Linux box. Oracle for instance is a good example where you […]
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One of the interesting features in RHEL 7 is the fact that it supports online disk re-sizing even if there is an active partitioning table on the disk. This feature is interesting in case you want to re-size your virtual disk. You can do this online for example in VMWare. If you have a LVM […]
Currently Satellite in version 6.1.7 does not provide an UEFI capable PXE / DHCP Server. There is a workaround in place but unfortunately after each update to the next Satellite version all these settings will be overridden. The workaround is described in this Red Hat KCS article.
Currently there seems to be a bug in Satellite 6 (6.1.6). I`ve created an Activation Key and attached a “Release Version” on the Details tab to the Activation Key. I also configured all other needed things like product content, subscriptions and so on. If I now copy this Activation Key the Release Version seems to […]
This feature is really nice because there was often some discussion with customers regarding the former Two-way-trust (which was actually no real two-way-trust!!!). Here you can read more about new features in IPA in latest RHEL 7.2.
A lot of colleagues are blogging about RHEL at http://rhelblog.redhat.com/. Take your time to read some interesting posts.
Unfortunately Puppet is not able to handle the installation of Yum package groups like “Base” or “compat-libraries” and so forth. This is due to the fact that Puppet is currently not able to verify if all packages in a package group are installed after a Puppet run.
Today Red Hat shipped Satellite 6.1.7. The corresponding RHSA for Satellite is RHSA-2016:0174, for Satellite Tools it is RHBA-2016:0173. Happy upgrading 🙂