Cocoa libssh2 wrapper

Cocoa libssh2 wrapper

Oct. 24, 2011 by

I’ve modified a simple wrapper for the libssh2 library that now has the following functionality: Code moved to separate classes to allow reusability Multiple sessions to different servers can be achieved with a few lines of code A Session can

SSH with Cocoa (Xcode and libssh2)

SSH with Cocoa (Xcode and libssh2)

Oct. 23, 2011 by

I fought with this about a year ago, and for some strange reason never managed to get things to compile or link. I chalk this down now to my lack of understanding with Objective-C/linking concepts. However it turns out that

esxtop showing raw output

esxtop showing raw output

Oct. 18, 2011 by

Using esxtop? Being presented with this:             Expecting this:             Then change your TERM type 😐 # TERM=’xterm’ # esxtop

Getting files through a terminal window

Getting files through a terminal window

Oct. 12, 2011 by

This is a technique I had to use numerous times for a previous job where I would need to transfer files from servers that could not be connected to directly. In the majority of companies there will be numerous networks,

ESXi v4.1 SFTP access

ESXi v4.1 SFTP access

Aug. 17, 2010 by

[UPDATE] This is a 32bit binary, which I think needs some pretty old kernel version. Hence it only works on 4.0, I will try and get an updated release for 4,1 (*note) ESXi 5 comes with sftp-server already.   I

File access in ESXi 4.1 (nfs and tcp)

File access in ESXi 4.1 (nfs and tcp)

Aug. 14, 2010 by

I’ve had numerous occasions were i’ve needed to upload files to the actual file systems on an esxi system, the only ‘proper’ method is using the abysmal virtual infrastructure client and working mainly on a mac means I need to use VMware

ESX 4.1 USB install and Password complexity changes

ESX 4.1 USB install and Password complexity changes

Jul. 23, 2010 by

As a point release i’m not sure why VMware decided to completely change the layout of files on the CD ISO along with change various system files, however they have. I suppose one change is beneficial as it improves the

Further Xcode – HelloWorld

Further Xcode – HelloWorld

Apr. 14, 2010 by

The inevitable HelloWorld application is a staple in learning a programming language, and provides the learner with the feeling of accomplishment as their first program speaks back to them… or something. Either way, this example will present us with a

ESXi on USB

ESXi on USB

Apr. 13, 2010 by

As previously mentioned i’ve always been a XEN advocate for the hypervisor sitting on the physical machine, given the ready availability of a paravirtualised kernel for my Linux VMs. However a requirement to get to grips with VMware has led

Xcode Primer/Tutorial/How-to

Xcode Primer/Tutorial/How-to

Apr. 13, 2010 by

A Google search for Xcode examples and how-to’s etc.. returns a lot of results, however after following a few steps it becomes clear that the older tutorials simply can’t be followed. The newer Xcode (3.2.1 is current) has had it’s