I like fresh, reproducible installs when a new version of your preferred Linux distro (in my case openSUSE) comes out. Ensuring the perceived (!) feeling that a system is a “clean” state is hard enough during its lifecycle already and ensuring it is so after doing an upgrade installation is even harder. That’s why I… Continue reading Introducing a custom Yast module for importing libvirt configuration files from existing installations
While working on my python-netsnmpagent project, I regularly smilint the MIBs used for conformance with the SMI spec to ensure they are proper MIBs.
python-netsnmpagent version 0.6.0 has just been released.
python-netsnmpagent version 0.5.3 has just been released.
python-netsnmpagent version 0.5.1 has just been released.
I have just pushed two fixes that should be of interest to all python-netsnmpagent users:
Recently I’ve been working a lot with the SilverStripe CMS/framework written in PHP (as one could undoubtedly deduce from my earlier post). The context involved porting a custom application from SilverStripe 2.4 to 3.1. Naturally this also involved dealing with the formerly used DataObjectManager module and 3.x’s new ORM and GridField components.
Simplify is an extension for the popular SilverStripe Content Management System (CMS). Its purpose is to simplify the use of the admin interface by allowing fine-grained permissions as to which users should be allowed to see which options.
python-netsnmpagent version 0.5.0 has just been released.
net-snmp has a strange API that does not seem to allow us to detect errors while trying to connect to the master snmpd instance. When playing around with python-netsnmpagent, create a copy of run_simple_agent.sh named test.sh and modify as follows: agentXsocket tcp:localhost:9000 or similar. Do not change the python simple_agent.py line by intent. Running test.sh… Continue reading net-snmp API and connection error handling