It’s no surprise that a device using a proprietary technology based in the 5GHz ISM band doesn’t play nice with 802.11. The thing that is surprising though, is how unfriendly it really is.
There are a couple different ways to install the VMware Tools into an Ubuntu VM that I have used and documented internally, here’s the two methods I’ve found to be the easiest. I prefer using the vSphere client installer method simply because it’s the way that I’ve found stays in sync with the hosts best.
The second half of June is going to be rough for my family, my job, and my sleep patterns… but it’s going to be awesome.
Everyone in IT knows basic password security and we’ve all seen this comic over on xkcd. Hell, most have probably showed it to a user to give them an understanding of how to protect their digital personas. With the recent outbreak of attacks getting publicity, you would think people would be getting smarter and more serious about securing client data… or at least trying a teensie bit.
I’ve decided to start a new video series focusing on all things tech. Each one will be just a couple minutes long and go over a single topic. There are already a few in the works going over IPv4 vs. IPv6 and the importance of migration, wireless fundamentals, how hypervisors work, and more! If there is anything specific you’d like to see covered, maybe you want to learn more, maybe you want someone else to learn it, just leave a comment and I’ll see what I can do. My hope is to have a new video a week, maybe more for special topics.