• Microsoft’s Open Source Terminal App Hits Version 1.0

    Windows Terminal 1.0 features include: –

    • Supports multiple tabs and split panes
    • Custom profiles
    • GPU accelerated text rendering
    • Uses the Cascadia Mono font by default
    • Custom colour schemes and styles
    • Support for background images and gifs
    • Fun ‘retro terminal’ effect

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  • How to create a PEM file from existing certificate files that form a chain for Domoticz

    • (optional) Remove the password from the Private Key by following the steps listed below: openssl rsa -in server.key -out nopassword.keyNote: Enter the pass phrase of the Private Key.
    • Combine the private key, public certificate and any 3rd party intermediate certificate files:
      cat nopassword.key > server.pem
      cat server.crt >> server.pemNote: Repeat this step as needed for third-party certificate chain files, bundles, etc:
      cat intermediate.crt >> server.pem
  • SSL certificate installation on the Ubiquiti Unifi controller linux

    lets check and see what is stored inside the keystore.
    You can do this by using the following command:

    sudo keytool -list -keystore /var/lib/unifi/keystore

    password is aircontrolenterprise

    delete it using the following command:
    sudo keytool -delete -alias unifi -keystore /var/lib/unifi/keystore

    “openssl pkcs12 -export -in -inkey -out -passout pass:aircontrolenterprise -name unifi” or
    “openssl pkcs12 -export -nodes -out -inkey -in -certfile -passout pass:aircontrolenterprise -name unifi”
    “keytool -importkeystore -srckeystore -srcstorepass aircontrolenterprise -destkeystore /var/lib/unifi/keystore -deststorepass aircontrolenterprise -alias unifi -trustcacerts”

    The left to do is to restart the Unifi controller and you are good to go!
    “systemctl restart unifi”

  • Ubuntu 20.04

    Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is now available to download, six (rather hectic) months after development on the release first began.Complete GuideUbuntu 20.04 LTS: Everything You Need to Know

    This is the final, stable release of Ubuntu 20.04, codename ‘Focal Fossa’. It comes with 5 years of guaranteed security updates, critical fixes, and select software updates from Canonical.

    You can download Ubuntu 20.04 direct from the Ubuntu image server using the link below. This will download a 64-bit .iso image of the release that is around 2.7GB in size.

    Once the download completes you will need to write the Ubuntu 20.04 .iso image to a blank DVD or flash it to a USB stick using a tool like Etcher. Then just pop the DVD in or plug in the USB and reboot, selecting the appropriate boot option.

    Download Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (64-bit .iso)

    Download Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (.torrent)

    I always recommending using the ‘Try Ubuntu without installing’ option first. This drops you into a full desktop session that you can explore safely and check that all of your hardware works okay. If you like what you see you can then run the installer app from the live image to install the OS on to your system.

    If you’re a regular reader of this site you’ll be pretty clued up on the changes the Focal offers by now — I feel like I hadn’t stopped talking about it for months — But on the off chances you’re not…

    Ubuntu 20.04 rides atop the Linux 5.4 kernel, boasts faster boot speeds thanks to new kernel compression algorithms, and carries a clutch of new graphics drivers, software, and utilities:

    • Linux 5.4
    • Improved ZFS install support
    • OEM logo displayed during boot
    • GNOME Shell 3.36
    • Performance improvements
    • New Lock screen
    • Do not disturb mode
    • Refined app folder creation
    • Updated Settings panels
    • Visible ‘Suspend’ option in Status Menu
    • Optional ‘dark’ theme
    • Fractional scaling support
    • Snap-based Ubuntu Software store
    • Feral Game Mode added to the archives

    Don’t forget that you can also upgrade to 20.04 from 19.10 or 18.04 directly, which may be easier than starting afresh, especially if you have a lot of files to back up.

  • VMware Horizon 7.12 JMP Replace SSL Certificate and Import Horizon Certificate

    SSL Certificate with a private Key

    OpenSSL, Convert PFX to .key and .crt

    Before copy the certificate we need to convert the .PFX into a .Crt and .Key file.
    I used the following openssl command;

    • openssl pkcs12 -in star_domain_nl.pfx -clcerts -nokeys -out star_domain_nl.crt
    • openssl pkcs12 -in star_domain_nl.pfx -out start_domain_nl.key -nodes

    Edit the NGINX config file on the JMP server

    • Before editing the NGINX config file, copy/paste the .Crt and .Key file created on your linux machine previous step to the folder “C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\JMP\com\XMS\nginx\conf”
    • Stop the “JMP” services in the following order

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