An intermediate difficulty Debian Linux machine on Offensive Security’s Proving Grounds.
I recently had an issue where my new 4k Dell U2720Q wasn’t showing up at full resolution in Kali Linux. The monitor is connected to a Macbook Pro via USB-C and the VM is running on a VMware ESXi 6.7 U2 release. My monitor maxes out at 3840×2160 60 Hz. Kali was seeing the 60hz,… Continue reading Kali Linux – Adding A Custom Resolution
A follow-up to my last post about Feed The Beast (FTB) and my own setup, which consists of: OSX as a client Ubuntu 14.04 as a server The steps to get up and running are super simple. One thing to note, however. This is on a personal VM that I host at my house and… Continue reading Minecraft FTB Server – Ubuntu 14.04 Setup
So the other day I had a pretty big hankering to play some Minecraft. I downloaded Feed the Beast (FTB) and a modpack I liked that reminded me of what I used to play on Tekkit. Go to launch, and…. problems. The client wouldn’t work. What I realized is that there was a problem with… Continue reading Minecraft FTB Client – OSX Java Issue
I recently had the privilege of representing Assault City Roller Derby on a relatively new roller derby podcast called Behind the Pivot Line. I talked briefly about Google Analytics, our website’s menu structure and how we came up with it, and some other fun topics. You can hear the episode here: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/behind-the-pivot-line/e/58789375