Nov 08

Google Spotting!

Google Maps of our Vanagon

 

 

 

Nov 03

Docker install on OpenSuse Tumbleweed

 

 

 

Sep 18

Quick one liner to get a full OPatch inventory of your Oracle Middleware Server

After trying to use OEM to grab all the patches from every installed Oracle product, I gave up and decided to write my own one liner. Customize to match your weblogic install directory.

This script will first find all Middleware Homes specifically using Weblogic, then run the lsinventory or lspatches to display a full listing.

  • First, sign in as the “oracle” user
  • Second, run the following command on your linux system

ora-plane

 

 

Aug 26

How to extend your Wireless Network with DD-WRT

I am always frustrated with WiFi. It seems like a black art needing certain spirits and voodoo dolls in place. Anyway, after struggling for a bit, I thought I would document how I extended my Netgear  WNDR3700v2 network hundreds of feet using older Buffalo Routers.

I have a barn about 100 feet away from my house and obviously need Man Cave stuff in there including streaming video and audio. After looking a Cantennas and other Magical tools, I came up with a simple solutions using OpenSource software.

Goto https://www.dd-wrt.com and search for you Wireless Router in their database. In my case, Buffalo WHR-G300N v2.

First of all read the instructions and make sure you understand the flashing process before proceeding. I have and you may BRICK your router to a useless light flasher.

Download the two bin files to your computer. In my case the Buffalo routers already had a “DD-WRT Like” interface, so all I had to do was update using the Buffalo to DD-WRT firmware, followed by the whr-g300nv2-firmware-MULTI.bin

Once you have the firmware installed and router rebooted, follow the below screenshots as a guide.

Setup / Wireless / Security etc.

  • Disable WAN
  • Set you IP info to your local network

Screenshot from 2015-08-26 20:56:36

  • Choose “Client Bridge”
  • Match your Wireless SID and security from your First Main Router
  • Add a Virtual Interface and Broadcast you new SID

Screenshot from 2015-08-26 20:58:27

  • Set your wireless security to match your main router
  • Secure your Virtual Interface with same or different security.

Screenshot from 2015-08-26 20:59:07

  • IMPORTANT Choose Router from the Operating Mode. I futsed with this for an hour
  • Once that is set to Router, your routing will actually work as well as DNS.

Screenshot from 2015-08-26 20:59:55

  • Goto Status and Wireless to check your connection to Main Router. You should see MAC Address and Signal.

Screenshot from 2015-08-26 21:00:36

  • Sit back and grab a beer!

 

 

 

 

Aug 10

So proud of my new mailbox, oh and my family…

mailbox

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