DEATH KISS KNIFE

Another item for the Raptoreum crowdfunding effort: The design is based on the talon of a Raptor/Bird of prey, this will have a circulation of 2 and only 1 will be up for auction. Material: Nitro-V Damascus San Mai for the blade Black Stabilized wood for the handle...

The Falcons Edge

A major Raptoreum crowdfunding goes live The Raptoreum project is seeking to get onto a major exchange and have RTM added as a wrapped token, wRTM or similar. In order to pay the service fees to do so, multiple donation drives and auctions have been raised to help...

FreeBSD system info

For a FreeBSD server or CLI machine it is necessary to check the system specifications from time to time. A few useful commands to use are listed below: sysctl hw.model hw.machine hw.ncpu This lists the CPU model name, the architecture and how many threads are...

KOrganizer and webcal support

Well… after sveral hours of searching how to get webcal support to KOrganizer I stubbled over a workaround. For some reason webcal links woudl not be parsed properly by KOrganizer due to some “kio_http” plugin missing.   Luckely, the good old...

Kill processes on port

To list any process listening to the port 8080: lsof -i:8080 To kill any process listening to the port 8080: kill $(lsof -t -i:8080) or terminate the process plain and simple: kill -9 $(lsof -t...

WordPress Loopback failure

After a few hours of searching around google for problems with curl SSL certs, WordPress loopback errors and all other kinds of issues, it turned out the fix was trivial. Apparently the hostname used wasn’t resolving properly and by adding it to the servers...

Useful system info

Stumbled across a useful command yesterday, for showing current system info, consider using the inxi utility! Simply run the command and you get the system, CPU and GPU info for your system. Very handy when troubleshooting, adding info to bug reports etc.   inxi...

Command line update ESXi 6

Updating a standalone ESXi host is not too difficult, simply follow the steps below: NOTE: All ESXi embedded patches are cumulative. It means it contains ALL patches. You only need to download the latest version and can safely ignore the rest  Download the latest ESXi...