Blog about inconsequential things

This is a ghost town ...

I haven't really felt compelled to keep this blog updated, and ever since I installed ghost on one of my servers, I am having a lot of fun writing stuff over there ...

See you on the other side

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MacPro1,1 Yosemite

A while ago I upgraded my trusted old MacPro1,1 to Yosemite following these instructions.

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Guilty as charged

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RESETTING THE PASSWORD

"Sorry, your password has been in use for 30 days and has expired - you must register a new one."
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Fallacies of Distributed Computing

This is something I have to do with on a daily basis. The list sounds silly, but is spot on:

  1. The network is reliable.
  2. Latency is zero.
  3. Bandwidth is infinite.
  4. The network is secure.
  5. Topology doesn't change.
  6. There is one administrator.
  7. Transport cost is zero.
  8. The network is homogeneous.

usually we are affected by all of them

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