A while ago, I saw the USB Armory on Crowd Supply, and decided to get one. It led me down many rabbit holes, which I found extremely pleasing. One of the (many) interesting things about the armory is the ability to use it as a USB combined gadget (network, hid, and mass storage) – along […]
After a five year hiatus I actually had some content I wanted to slap up here, so, after enabling SSL and doing a boatload of other crap related to the state of the Internet in 2017, here we are. I hope to occasionally update this with posts. We’ll see, though. Not promising anything.
I’m using Xen 4.1 / Linux 3.5 on a recent AMD (FX class) box for Audeo internal VMs. I decided to use wheezy on a few of these VMs for various reasons. I normally use xen-create-image to create new VMs, but when I tried to start a wheezy VM created in this manner, Xen complained […]
(I’ve expanded this to include something else I’ve noticed) First, for anyone who is upgrading to 10.8 – I had this issue when upgrading my MBP. Once you’ve finished downloading and run the installer for the first time, your Mac will reboot to install the update. I was getting a persistent kernel panic immediately upon […]
A short blog post in lieu of a longer one, since I’m so busy. However I noticed this recently and figured someone else might be wondering. The workflow for my biggest client involves using Jenkins as a coordinator for builds & deploys. This often involves checking out something from git, running tests and whatever, then […]