I’m digging my way through the SFML.NET bindings, and creating a series of GitHub Gists along the way to illustrate both how to use the binding and patterns that I may employ whilst using them. These will all lead up to some shareware thing, eventually. At a minimum, I figured I’d get these out there. […]
Just wanted to throw up a quick distillation of how to accomplish this since it seems to crop up more often than naught. The observable issue is outlined in this KB from VMware. It usually happens if one had Hyper-V installed on their computer, or any feature that relies on modern virtualization features such as […]
The title of this alone speaks volumes greater than the exposition that’s to follow, and I’m sure that some of my peers are already bounding from the sheds with pitchforks and torches in hand, but I’ve never been one to not voice a concern even when the house is burning down. Yet again, we in […]
Yet again I’ve stumbled onto a workflow breaking issue with RHEL 8. RDP is a major component of a lot of workflows for engineers and Remmina has traditionally been a great solution for these situations. All up until getting Remmina through Flatpak is the only reasonable method for obtaining it, and that RDP connections won’t […]
The first episode of my new educational/technology podcast. Just an intro to the format.
I swear, I’m not exclusively picking on CompTIA lately. I just happen to be really interested in what they’re doing, especially within the context of Linux. Also, since my last post, I’m suddenly receiving emails from their mailing list even though I never explicitly signed up for one. Weeeee. One such email included a list […]
Lately I’ve been seeing a lot of steam about the CompTIA Linux+ exam. Evidently they’re separating away from the LPI partnership that’s long been in place – not sure if that has anything to do with the bruhaha – but I thought I’d dig into the exam outline to see what the competency focuses were, […]