Elasticsearch + Kibana 8.1.0 on Debian 11
Credits, kudos and thanx to the guys making https://kifarunix.com/install-elk-stack-8-x-on-ubuntu/ Elasticsearch is the database and Kibana the WebUI to access the database. Elasticsearch provides a RESTapi, accessable via curl and/or via a so called console, that is a part of kibana. Yallah: After this you should the following to your .profile file: PATH=”/usr/share/elasticsearch/bin:/usr/share/kibana/bin:$PATH” The installation of […]
MSSQL on Debian 11 bullseye | some hints
Server: Client: Your tools: You tune your settings using the /opt/mssql/bin/mssql-conf command. The changes are written to /var/opt/mssql/mssql.conf. You can tune this file manually. Start: Process: User and Group: Logging: sqlagent.errorfile is not supported, you can’t change log files location. returns ‘not supported’. The log files are written to /var/opt/mssql/log
GPO | Create a scheduled task
Create the task on a computer. Set the executional principal to ‘NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM’. Type the string directly or search for ‘SYSTEM’ in the computers local branch. Test it locally. Export the Task as xml. Copy the xml to an accessable network share. Create a powershell script to install the task out of this xml. Example […]
ghostscript for windows | silent install
eDocPrintPro for windows silent install
gs9533w64.exe /S eDocPrintPro50_x64.exe /listlangs eDocPrintPro50_x64.exe /exelang 1033 /exenoui /qn
Thunderbird 78 | Problems with automated extension installation via registry or GPO.
When Thunderbird starts it ignores already existing registry entries. That means, if you have had deleted an extension via UI and you did not change the registry entry (deleting or modifying) afterwards TB will not install this extension again. In other words: If you have once installed an extension via registry and you delete it […]
KDE Plasma | install plasmoids the easy way
Download the plasmoid file and open console. Do # plasmapkg2 -i mystudd.plasmoid Then rightclick the tray – modify – add wiget/plasmoid Select yours, it should appear.
Windows | Install a service from cmd prompt suppressing hard coded dialog boxes
32bit: “C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\installutil.exe” “c:\myservice.exe” 64bit “C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\installutil.exe” “c:\myservice.exe” Credits: https://stackoverflow.com/users/640888/hcb
Windows 10 | Install OPSI
Login as local Administrator Connect to \\OPSI\opsi_depot Copy opsi-client-agent to C:\ Run cmd.exe cd c:\opsi-client-agent Run service_setup.cmd
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