In this video I will be installing FreeRadius and connecting it up the the OpenLDAP service that is using Fusion Directory as its frontend. I will also test the connection to show that the status of the users can be changed in Fusion Directory, with FreeRadius the allowing or disallowing them access, according to the value that is set in the LDAP directory.
Fusion Directory is a very good frontend to OpenLDAP and it is also easy to install via the repository that it has made available. This video shows the initial setup, but it can be used to host the users for your company, who can then authenticate through the various service that can get their authentication credentials from LDAP.
Here is an animation rendered in Blender 2.7, with the internal renderer, where the camera orbits around the earth and then pulls back for when the earth explodes. The video is rendered at 60 frames per second, but Youtube will only show the original size at this frame-rate, so there is also a 1280x720 resolution version that was uploaded along with this one. The camera does move a bit strangely before the explosion, but I didn't feel like sitting by for a few days waiting for the scene to render again.
Here is a 360 degree re-render of the previous water simulation, but this time I decided to give the Water Uber Shader(WUS) a try and it certainly seems to do a better job than the glass shader. When it comes to doing an animation, the WUS does have one big disadvantage, which is that it takes quite a bit longer to render. When I have been looking at various Blender tutorials, I have noticed that there are some people who like using the compositor to add what they think are some cool effects to their renders.
In this video I am upgrading an installation of Owncloud to Nextcloud on a Centos virtual machine. I have seen another video where they performed the upgrade by using Filezilla to change the files, but this took a long time, so I was then motivated to do a demonstartion of how to do it the easy way, so that people will not think that it is a long or difficult process. I did come across some surprises along the way, so it will be worth giving this a watch if you are deciding to make the jump from Owncloud to Nextcloud.
Here are the links and commands that were used in the video:
Here is a water simulation test rendered in Blender 3D Cycles at a resolution of 200. I couldn't get it any higher, because the simulation would stop for no reason if I went even a little bit over 200. I used the glass shader for the water and it does look a bit strange, but it certainly renders the quickest.
Here is a video for installing a Codeigniter build onto Centos, that has had the Paul Zepernick server side processing Datatables library added to it, in order to make available a ready made application that shows how to use it.By default the library does not give any help for creating your own links or buttons on the rows, so I have patched it so that custom HTML can be added into each row, with the row id then being applied to any placeholders that are added.
Here is a video for installing a Codeigniter build onto WAMP, that has had the Paul Zepernick server side processing Datatables library added to it, in order to make available a ready made application that shows how to use it.By default the library does not give any help for creating your own links or buttons on the rows, so I have patched it so that custom HTML can be added into each row, with the row id then being applied to any placeholders that are added.
Are you tired of having to watch all of those noisy/animated adverts that seem to pop out of nowhere on some sites? Then get yourself a cheap router and install OpenWRT onto it, then upload this simple adblock script, to have a quieter web browsing experience. This setup also comes in handy when you also want adblocking on your phone or tablet.