And the second linkdump with contents I read that week. I don’t like the idea, sounds very 1984: Wi-Fiber is creating safer cities by combining wireless tech, smart streetlights Never tried multi-stage Dockerfiles, but sounds interesting to get red of libraries and installer files: Fun with Multi-stage Dockerfiles Most interesting for me was the part about the available docker images carpedm20/awesome-hacking I use Shaarli to store links (on mobile and my computers), which are not saved to my Readlater stuff in Wallabag, but I will give the console tool Buku a chance next week.
I’m not sure how long ago I started following Dirk Deimekes Blog. It must be years, because I found the rss feed address already in my Google reader export. First of all I need to thank him, it is always a good read and that’s the reason I want to adopt one of his weekly habits – the linkdump. Not sure if I can do that weekly, but will try to post a linkdump of the best articles I read from my wallabag list. It will cover nearly everything I do, so working, IBM, Security and so on. Vim-Galore is a cool intro and reference to my favorite editor.
After some deployments of IBM Connections pink and IBM Cloud private, I want to share some tools, links and hopefully helpful information around these products. Sources to start with troubleshooting Orientme Blogs: Nico Meisenzahl Socially Integrated IBM Think: Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right—Troubleshooting IBM Connections IBM Technotes: If Redis is not reachable, Indexing and Analysis tries to reconnect for 8 times and then fails Mongo and Redis Pods in an Unknown State Some shortcuts, commands and tools During my reading and researches, I optimized some of the shown scripts in the above mentioned links.
Here for example embedding a video to a blog post. Prerequist is that you’ve no fear to change some html source. Upload the video to the Files application in Connections All blog readers need to have access to the video file Easiest way is to upload to Community files and use it in the Community blog directly in this community Open the file within IBM Connections Docs Viewer and click on ABOUT – Get Links Copy the “Link to download file:” to the clipboard Now create a new blog post (add heading, tags, additional text)
. I screwed up that post today when I tried to edit on my mobile. Sorry for that. I added some details to get a better overview on that topic. With IBM Connections 6.0 CR1, one of the main security concepts was changed. Former versions use blacklisting to manage most of the security topics, now the complete opposite is used – white-listing. So up to IBM Connections 6.0 everything was allowed until it was not excluded in one of the blacklist files. This files are stored within the Deployment Manager profile/config/cells/<cellname>/LotusConnections-config/extern. Now with Connections 6.0CR1 everything is forbidden, until it is enabled in the white-list.