Are you running out of Google Drive storage but don’t want to actually pay for Google One, here is how to get Google One for free.
Technically it still costs money, but there is a way to actually let Google pay you to pay the monthly fees for Google One.
Continue reading Get Google One for FREE on Android and iPhone
Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus discuss living a meaningful life with less. With more than 100 million downloads,
The Minimalists Podcast is one of the most popular podcasts in the world.
Here are the Top 5 books mentioned on
The Minimalists podcast (excluding the books authored by Joshua and Ryan themselves). Continue reading Top 5 books mentioned on The Minimalists podcast
Here is how you can format
Scrapy export of your items
For all of these options make sure that your spider actually
yields some results in your
Continue reading Format Scrapy Export
I’ve recently dipped my toes into Splunk Eventgen (Jinja templating). It’s an awesome app that allows you to generate sample events that can be ingested by Splunk (or for any other reason).
EventGen has two ways of configuring the event content generation:
Traditional – where you specify a sample file and provide regexes that will be used to replace static content in the sample file with the required values Jinja Templating – where you use Jinja templating engine to create the events.
While the traditional way is quite straightforward, the event’s format that I was after had a few nuances that made it not suitable for me, thus I had to fiddle with Splunk Eventgen Jinja templating.
Continue reading Splunk Eventgen Jinja templating
Trying to figure out what this NFT thingy is, so created a Time to Sleep and Recharge NFT.
Continue reading Time to Sleep and Recharge
Sometimes you work in environments where yum (or another package manager is not available), and you are expected to provide an offline installation of a product. In one case I had to provide a
syslog-ng offline installation for CentOS Continue reading syslog-ng offline installation for CentOS/RHEL
Recently Google has announced that Workspaces will be paid if you want to be able to use the email function of workspaces. So I was looking for some free alternatives and stumbled upon Zoho Mail. I will show you step-by-step how to set up Zoho Mail with your own domain.
Psst! Need a new domain? Try Namecheap Continue reading How to set up Zoho Mail with your own domain
This document will describe how to register to Splunk Partner Portal and transfer Certifications and Learning from your old email to a new one.
Continue reading How to Register to Splunk Partner Portal and transfer Certifications and Learning
After unexpected shutdown of my Mac,
UTM VMs (that were running at that time) failed to start with following message “Entering emergency mode. Exit the shell to continue”,
After digging a little it turned out that the problem was a corrupt boot drive.
Continue reading Centos – repair corrupt boot drive
After trying to repair a wrong drive, my VM on
UTM crashed and failed to start with this message “qcow2: Image is corrupt; cannot be opened read/write”
By the way here is how to
repair CentOS boot drive correctly Continue reading UTM VM fails to start “qcow2: Image is corrupt; cannot be opened read/write”