Technology Matters

I recently had a candid conversation with one of our marketing executives, and I was shocked to learn her perspective on IT’s purpose within the company. The conversation was about web site performance. I was talking about how so many of the company’s objectives require IT, including her objectives to improve the web site’s performance. […]

Create a UEFI bootable ISO on Debian

First thing’s first… let’s get a quick overview of what’s need, what goes where, and what to expect. In order to make an ISO bootable, you need an .img file. Many tutorials call this efiboot.img. It’s basically a FAT formatted file that contains a specific folder structure and a specially named executable that UEFI will […]

Arch on Chromebook

Apps… pacman -Sy pacman -S chromium xorg-server connman enlightenment rxvt-unicode autocutsel; # Note: Choose the noto fonts when prompted systemctl enable connman Touchpad support: /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/70-synaptics.conf # Example xorg.conf.d snippet that assigns the touchpad driver # to all touchpads. See xorg.conf.d(5) for more information on # InputClass. # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE, your distribution will […]

How To Change a Xenserver VM Type

Here is a quick and dirty script to change the VM type of an existing Xenserver VM. This can be useful if you are, let’s say, using Linux-based cloning software to clone a Windows VM and you want it to run as fast as possible. You may realize that the system runs very slow. That’s […]