Mac OS X - Want to know what file-type something is ?
Wed, Oct 22nd 2014 12:25a Dave Hay I found a file in a folder: - ls -al a -rw-r--r--@ 1 hayd staff 414720 20 Aug 18:41 a No idea what it is, I tried renaming it to .PDF, .DOC, .TXT etc. but neither Finder, TextEdit, vi nor OpenOffice would open it. Then I remembered .... Mac OS X is just like Unix, in fact it IS Unix. And we have the file command: - file a a: CDF V2 Document, Little Endian, Os: Windows, Version 6.1, Code page: 1252, Author: Bob Slobb, Template: C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeVisio111033FOOBAR.VST, Name of Crea [read] Keywords: application
IBM Notes, where do your temp files go to, my lovely
Tue, Oct 21st 2014 5:45a Dave Hay I think I've blogged this before, and will check later. * UPDATE 21-10-2014 * And here they are: - More on Lotus Notes and temporary directories Lotus Notes 8.5.3 on Apple Mac OSX - Where do your temp files go to, my lovely ? * UPDATE 21-10-2014 * Meantime, for the record, here is where IBM Notes locates its temporary files: - /private/var/folders/8t/s52kgwtj4l16sp3nf0tl7f9c0000gn/T/TemporaryItems/notes How did I find this ? or: - As can be seen, Working Directory has most of the [read] Keywords: ibm
IBM Tivoli Access Manager WebSEAL overview
Mon, Oct 20th 2014 4:05a Dave Hay IBM(R)Tivoli(R)Access Manager for e-business (Tivoli Access Manager) is a robust and secure centralized policy management solution for e-business and distributed applications. IBM Tivoli Access Manager WebSEAL is a high performance, multi-threaded Web server that applies fine-grained security policy to the Tivoli Access Manager protected Web object space. WebSEAL can provide single sign-on solutions and incorporate back-end Web application server resources into its security policy. This overvie [read] Keywords: ibm
Interesting glitch with IBM Tivoli Access Manager 6.1.1 when creating Policy
Sun, Oct 19th 2014 1:05p Dave Hay This is what I was running: - /opt/PolicyDirector/sbin/mgrsslcfg -config -f no and this is what I was seeing: - Aborted (core dumped) which, I think you will agree, is less than helpful. This is what I had installed: - rpm -qa | grep -i 6.1.1 PDWebADK-PD-6.1.1-8.i386 PDAuthADK-PD-6.1.1-8.i386 PDAcld-PD-6.1.1-8.i386 PDlic-PD-6.1.1-0.i386 TivSecUtl-TivSec-6.1.1-2.i386 PDWPM-PD-6.1.1-8.i386 PDMgr-PD-6.1.1-8.i386 PDWebRTE-PD-6.1.1-8.i386 PDMgrPrxy-PD-6.1.1-8.i386 PDWeb-PD-6.1.1-8.i386 PDRTE-PD-6.1 [read] Keywords: ibm