Finalmente he transformado "Genialidad Al Desnudo" a formato Digital: epub para Libre Descarga.
Esta versión es una simple conversión del manuscrito Original.
Este será un proyecto que llevaré a cabo de forma paulatina en el cual actualizaré y revisaré algunas secciones.
I have spend a quality time for freeipa-server and that fantastic tool SSSD as I wanted to install JUST SSSD on the ubuntu without the whole freeipa-client which I did not need for administrative purposes..
My biggest challenge was the OLD of the distribution as it was a 12.04 and some libraries were a long way old so they could not comply with my requirements...
Working about around the 389 ds Console for the fantastic OpenLDAP ds-389 free solution initiated by Fedora I realised what excruciating pain was to export the X windows to run the console. And that I did really need that so my colleagues could also work with it I managed to create my own version for MacOSX, indispensable on my business.
This setup is using a RaspBerry Pi with the following hardware:
- SANDISK 16GB 16 GB SD HC SDHC
- EDIMAX EW-7811UN WIRELESS 802.11 B/G/N 150MBPS NANO USB ADAPTER
- USB to Serial RS232 Com
And the following software:
- Debian Squeeze from the RaspBerryPi official Site.
- Kernel : 3.2.23
I initially got a number of problems with an old USB WIFI device and the USB hub was disconnecting after a few hours/minutes/seconds.
I have read many "theories" about the USB hub overheating (yes, it does overheat but not to the point to experience any marks on the device because it), and other theories about the PowerSupplies and the low power issue (the advise power should be between 4.7-5.0 V).
I have to admit the power supply in use with the RaspberryPi it's not the best in the market (completely unbranded) and with the above hardware gets around 4.74 and lower power, so I want to demystify a bit all what surrounds the power supplies and others as it is NOT always the problem but software and drivers..
As an out-of-the-box solution the Debian Squeeze seems fairly ok, but if you really want to get the RaspberryPi up and I running, I would rather recompile the kernel.
Since I recompiled the kernel, all the issues I have found the completely vanished and everything went fine ever since.
Obviously, this is a personal advise and I am not taking ny responsibility on any damage produced to the system (but it is also understood the RaspberryPi, at least at the present, is a very much development tool)
It seems Parallels it is not supporting any MacOSX Lion Upgrades for their Desktop Solution version 10.5 encouraging (or I better say "forcing" ) their customers to upgrade to 10.6 as a solution because they claim this is the way to go for Lion.
Also seems there is a "Launcher" for 10.6 which is basically a quick patch which solves all the given issues, but what it was never told, that launcher also works on 10.5. As my own system can demonstrate.
I realized sometimes the MacMini get its bluetooth device disable for not reason, being impossible to enable it back.
What it looks like the issue is temperature and the internal system fan too slow to properly cool down the box.
I found out the following application smcFanControl which looks like doing the trick, increasing the fan speed , therefore the bluetooth device is present (almost always).
It really improved the system