Today I wanted to join a meeting but I was unable to be heard.
I’m connected to a Windows desktop via Citrix Receiver, I’m connecting from an Ubuntu Linux host.
Looking at the sound settings in my windows desktop, I saw that there was no recording device. So not being able to send sound makes sense then.
To enable input sound, add the following line to the WFClient section in your personal ICA settings file:
Next, log off and log back into to your windows desktop and check the recording tab on the Sound settings, there a recording device now.
My new colleague pointed me in the right way while I was scripting waaaaay too much to create a backup of the Weblogic users and groups.
The easiest way is to use the daily backup which is created by weblogic itself.
The backup is located on de adminserver, in this location:
This might have taken me a long time to figure out, but fortunately my super awesome colleague (nicknamed Mr.T, he also pities fools) showed me the solution.
We ran into a Kafka Broker which was not starting, and gave the exception that is pasted in the bottom of this post.
FATAL Fatal error during KafkaServer startup. [..] java.lang.NumberFormatException
The solution is that the string (in this example “hs_err_pid19313”) is actually an error log which exists in a topic partition directory. (Re)move this file and Kafka will start without a problem.
(Tip: use find and grep to quickly find the file, go to your Kafka storage directory and run the following command;
If you don’t know or understand certificates / root and intermediate certificate authorities, get someone who understands to follow below instructions.
I tried connecting to the company’s citrix server, but kept hitting the same error when I tried to open the connection:
Contact your help desk with the following information:
You have not chosen to trust "INSERT YOUR CA HERE",
the issuer of the server's security certificate (SSL Error 61)
It seems that Citrix has an alternate directory where it stores it’s trusted cert’s / certificate authorities. Even though you can see that the server’s certificate is trusted (by root CA’s) via a web browser, we need to copy those to the correct directory.
In short: Copy the root and intermediate CA’s to this directory: /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts Continue reading “Citrix Receiver on Linux: SSL Error 61 ("You have not chosen to trust")”
This is a bit of a nuisance, after a fresh install of Ubuntu Gnome, I was not able to install extensions from extensions.gnome.org.
Firefox asked me if I’d like to install the extension but after a Firefox restart I still wasn’t able to install any plugins.
To be precise; this message was shown: Although GNOME Shell integration extension is running, native host connector is not detected. Refer documentation for instructions about installing connector.
The solution was to install the chrome-gnome-shell package;
sudo apt-get install chrome-gnome-shell
This fixes the message from both chrome and firefox.
It’s been a while since I’ve used Calibre to manage my Kindle, but today I wanted to transfer some PDF’s.
Unfortunately Calibre stopped working as soon as I tried to open a dialog window.
As it seems, Fedora has adopted a new display server, called Wayland. Since Calibre has dependencies in the previous adoption X-Server, Calibre won’t start.
In my case, the solution was to set a different GDK backend, before starting Calibre.
Okay, this has taken me too long to not post.. So here it is..:
When your firewall is blocking SSL traffic but allowing HTTP traffic, openssl s_client will show this:
my_host:joris [/etc/stores] openssl s_client -host external_host -port 12345
no peer certificate available
No client certificate CA names sent
SSL handshake has read 0 bytes and written 247 bytes
New, (NONE), Cipher is (NONE)
Secure Renegotiation IS NOT supported