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CentOS Linux - Setting up Yum
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Thu, Jul 30th 2015 244
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WebSphere MQ, wherefore are thou, my lovely ?
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Unix - Getting Address'd
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IBM HTTP Server and CRIMA1137W
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WebSphere MQ, wherefore are thou, my lovely ?
Mon, Aug 3rd 2015 4:31p   Dave Hay
I've just posted this: -WebSphere MQ, wherefore are thou, my lovely ?to the WebSphere User Group ( aka GWC ) blog.It's a follow-up to an earlier post that I'd made here last year: -Installing IBM WebSphere MQ on Linuxand again reminds me to READ MY OWN BLOG :-)
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Unix - Getting Address'd
Mon, Aug 3rd 2015 3:38p   Dave Hay
As part of a build document, I wanted to script the extraction of a host's IP address, in order that I could programmatically update the hosts file.This is what I typed into Google ( where the world goes for answers ): -ifconfig parse ip addressand this is what I got: -Bash parse ifconfig to get only my IP addressThis is what I ended up doing, using the above for inspiration: -echo `/sbin/ifconfig eth0 | grep 'inet addr:' | cut -d: -f2 | awk '{ print $1}' ` `hostname` >> /etc/hostswhi
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WebSphere Support Technical Exchanges (WSTEs) for IBM HTTP Server
Mon, Aug 3rd 2015 2:27p   Dave Hay
Saw this on developerWorks and thought of you: -WebSphere Support Technical Exchanges (WSTEs) for IBM HTTP Server
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CentOS Linux - Setting up Yum
Sat, Aug 1st 2015 12:35a   Dave Hay
Following an earlier post: -Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 - Creating a local Yum RepositoryI've just gone through the same process with a freshly downloaded copy of CentOS mount /dev/cdrom /mntrpm -ivh /mnt/Packages/deltarpm-3.5-0.5.20090913git.el6.x86_64.rpm rpm -ivh /mnt/Packages/python-deltarpm-3.5-0.5.20090913git.el6.x86_64.rpm rpm -ivh /mnt/Packages/createrepo-0.9.9-22.el6.noarch.rpm rpm --import /mnt/RPM-GPG-KEY-CentOS-6 mkdir /var/repomkdir /var/repo/centos66cd /var/repo/centos66/cp -R /
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VMware Shared Folders - Now why did I not know that ?
Fri, Jul 31st 2015 2:29p   Dave Hay
I'm digging into VMware Shared Folders using Fusion on one of my Macs.Specifically, I was trying to work out how to mount a Shared Folder called Repository as /Repository within the Red Hat Enterprise Linux guest, rather than having it appear as /mnt/hgfs/Repository.Whilst there's nothing wrong with the default, it does tend to get in the way of scripts, and appears inconsistent when compared with a non-Fusion environment.This article: -Mounting Shared Folders in a Linux Gueston VMware.com led
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IBM HTTP Server and CRIMA1137W
Fri, Jul 31st 2015 6:26a   Dave Hay
In the spirit of cross-posting my posts from elsewhere, I've just submitted a post: -IBM HTTP Server and CRIMA1137Wto the Global WebSphere Community (GWC) aka the WebSphere User Group.Hope it's of use.
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Making the move to the WebSphere Liberty Profile
Thu, Jul 30th 2015 2:04p   Dave Hay
This came to me via IBM developerWorks on Twitter: -Making the move to the Liberty profile, Part 1: Determining migration suitability using the Liberty Technology PreviewMaking the move to the Liberty profile, Part 2: Migrating Java EE resources with the Configuration Migration ToolkitMaking the move to the Liberty profile, Part 3: Migrating a JBoss application to Liberty
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How to handle SIB messaging engine functionality, if fail over occur at database server side (in case of data store as message store)?
Mon, Jul 27th 2015 1:09p   Dave Hay
Have I mentioned how good developerWorks Answers is ?If not, it's really very good.Here's an example: -How to handle SIB messaging engine functionality, if fail over occur at database server side (in case of data store as message store)?QuestionWould like to know more details about Messaging Engine functionality if data base is failed over to other other server. Is there any way to configure the failover database server names in WebSphere Application Server if primary database server is down a
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Apple Watch - My first few days
Sat, Jul 25th 2015 6:49a   Dave Hay
This is NOT a review of the Apple Watch, I've not yet had it long enough, and there are FAR better reviews including this: -A quarter of a year in, how are we liking the Apple Watch?and: -10 Things the Digital Crown and Side Button Do on Apple WatchHowever, I did struggle ( albeit briefly ) to set up Apple Pay.I've got an iPhone 5s and have the Watch app set up and connected via BlueTooth.When I tried to set up Apple Pay in the Watch app on the iPhone, I saw this: -Could Not Connect to Apple W
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Apple Music, Apple Music, Wherefore Art Thou ?
Thu, Jul 9th 2015 2:47p   Dave Hay
I'm loving  Music, as people who know me no doubt know.Having got things nice and smooth on my Mac and on my iPhone, I was somewhat disappointed to find that my chosen music ( that which I'd "liked" and added to my music library: -did not appear in ... my music library on another iOS device: -Thankfully the Music app came to my rescue when I attempted to add a song to My Music on the iOS device, I was kindly presented with this: -That's what I was missing :-)Off to the Settings app, and




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