Wednesday Oct 01, 2008

Suspend and Resume Update!

Looking for information on updates to Suspend and Resume....[Read More]

Tuesday Jan 01, 2008

Testing Suspend and Resume for Driver Developers.

Writing a driver and need help with suspend and resume?[Read More]

Solaris Suspend and Resume: How To!

Want to try suspend and resume on Solaris?[Read More]

Wednesday Dec 26, 2007

Suspend and Resume?

Are you looking for suspend and resume support for x86? Look no further.[Read More]

Tuesday Jun 14, 2005

2 thread or ! 2 thread

Think you need to thread_create() in your driver?[Read More]

I'm So Excited

OpenSolaris for all![Read More]

Friday May 20, 2005

More Power to You

Need to do power management in your driver?[Read More]

Thursday May 12, 2005

Starting Webmin

There are some misconceptions about the Webmin that is distributed with Solaris 10, and the first is that it should be enabled the same way it is started when installing the tarball. NO! Webmin should be enabled by running the simple webminsetup script found in /usr/sfw/bin (the manpage is available if /usr/sfw/man is in the manpath, or if it is specified after the -M option.

And there will be new modules in future releases, including support for RBAC and a Zones configuration module. Version 1.200 (or maybe even 1.210) will be available in the first Solaris update, and there are plans for making updates and useful modules available on BigAdmin (as well as a forum for those wishing to make their comments).


Want to find a robust beer the next time you are visiting Oregon, check out the Terminator Stout at one of thefineMcMenamin's hotels, restaurants, or pubs throughout Oregon. A dark (to understate it) robust beer, with plenty of chocolate and coffee tones to put some meat on the bones. It is always worth the pint when in the vincinity.

Tuesday May 10, 2005

Concoction of the Month

I think that I should start this month (and blog) out right by providing a recipe for one of my favorite spring concoctions: a German golden malt beverage known as the Mai Bock. A typical 5 gallon batch of this brew uses 10 pounds of 2 row Vienna malt (a German malt base is also acceptable, but I really like the nuttyness of the Vienna), 1/2 pound of a caramunich malt, 1-1/2 oz. of German Hallertauer hops, and 1/2 oz of Check Saaz hops. 2/3rds of the hops for the full boil, and the rest for finishing. If the fermentation temperature can be well controlled, choose a Munich Lager yeast (White Labs 838), otherwise, use a typical Bock yeast (WL833). Ferment for 10 days at 58 degrees, lager for at least 30 days at 48 degrees, and then keg or bottle.

Of course, enjoy this elixer while trying out the new features of Solaris 10. For folks looking at trying to configure some of the S10 features, check out the open source tool Webmin, which is now available in /usr/sfw. Enable it by running /usr/sfw/bin/webminsetup (the man page can be found in /usr/sfw/man). The newest verison, 1.200, runs as an SMF service, and can manage SMF, RBAC and Solaris Zones (not to mention, Apache, Samba, MySQL, and many other open source and Solaris tools). Additional modules and updates currently can be found at the Webmin site at webmin.com, and soon be available at BigAdmin.

The Mai Bock, a golden lager, slightly sweet, distictly malty (an my version with a hit of nut and spice), and a little higher alcohol content makes it a wonderful companion to managing Solaris with Webmin.

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