Monthly Archives: June 2016

Running “backticks” commands on remote servers

Sometimes it’s necessary to run a complex command on a remote server witch also includes some “backticks”. Usually these commands are interpreted by the local shell so you need to use a little trick to force execution on the remote …

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Resetting Supermicor IPMI system

In case the IPMI system on a Supermicro system is unresponsive, but you are still able to log into the main server, you can issue the following command(s) to reset the IPMI: # load the necessary modules (optional) sudo modprobe …

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MacOSX: Manually restoring TimeMaschine Backup

In case you are a CLI junkie as myself and want to restore some files from a time maschine backup manually with the CLI (or using the finder), you will notice that the restored files cannot be changed. The restored …

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