After finishing editing and wim image using dism I was being left with Windows still thinking the image was still mounted somehow and not able to remount the image file.
Thanks to a post here I finally managed to resolve the issue by deleting keys under “HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WIMMount\mounted images\”
Next I just need to find how to be able to delete the folders ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\SystemData underneath the root of a mounted image after it’s been unmounted. Windows is locking them but there are no handles open to them
(Get-WmiObject -class Win32_OperatingSystem).Caption
Results in output like:
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Datacenter
Thanks to: Stackoverflow User Richard
Simply and concisely put: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/304502
After watching Jeff Bezos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hq89wYzOjfs and hearing that he both does the dishes every night and doesn’t multi task it seems he’s pretty productive.
I use this handy command so often that I’d forgotten to make a note of it here for everyone.
If you want to make a copy of a file with the same filename and a predetermined suffix of your choice then run this command replaceing the YYYYMMDD date with anything you want:
The above command copies haproxy.cfg into a file called haproxy.cfg.20170209
Anything after the comma can be changed as you wish.
Either through a file manager or through TWRP (or your bootloader of choice) delete the following files if they exist
Handy little collection of patch files and advice on tweaking ipv6 configuration
Last month Google+ introduced Collections https://plus.google.com/collections/welcome
A devilishly simple way to group your posts by topic.
When you create a Collection you set the audience, so you can have private collections for posts on a topic to share with a particular audience, or you can have public collections that anyone can follow.
This is a brilliant move on Google’s part. Users can follow topic from a user, rather than every little thing they posts. It’s so simple to share with a collection too, so it’s a win for those posting the content.
Another win is that posts by content are so reader friendly that the take up on followers is very good.
Google+ is becoming my favourite place to post stuff to now, and a great place for a Global community instead of just posting stuff amongst your friends and family. The Internet is the world, not just the people you already know.
I hope more and more of you come round to Google+, and if you don’t, well you’ll be missing out but you won’t be missed, there’s a whole world of people out there.
Following this video guide and the step up booster converter from ebay below I’m going to make a Sonos Play:1 battery powered so I can enjoy some lovely music on the balcony over the summer.
From a switch that the device is plugged directly into (otherwise you’ll get the MAC of the next hop) first ping the IP address to ensure it’s in your ARP cache, then view the ARP cache, like so
show ip arp | i 192.168.1.1
The pipe i just ensures you only see the info you’re after. If you’re doing this on a switch with many devices it’s handy to pear it down to just what you need.