Month: July 2017

Cheese fridge repairs

My cheese fridge was partially destroyed at the start of July. A car crashed into a power pole carrying both a 22kv distribution line and the 230v line for our house. They . touched . briefly It turns out a

Posted in Cheese Fridge, Electronics, General Randomness, Projects

Setting up a CA SSL certificate in hMailServer

I’m a big fan of hMailServer, but the documentation for setting up SSL certificates and the certification chain is a bit lacking. The easiest way to check if hMailServer is setup correctly is to use OpenSSL. openssl.exe s_client -showcerts -connect

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1,500,000,000 the Epochening

Don’t forget that at 2:40am, 14 July 2017 (UTC) the Linux epoch will hit 1,500,000,000 (1.5 Gigaseconds). Visit https://www.john.geek.nz/epoch to watch the excitement! It hit 1,000,000,000 back in September 2001 and it won’t hit 2,000,000,000 until May 2033.

Posted in General Randomness, Linux Tips

Modifying float voltage of a TP-SCPOE-1224

Adjusting the float voltage of a Tycon Systems TP-SCPOE-1224 The Tycon Systems TP-SCPOE-1224 is a Solar and Power over Ethernet powered DC UPS. You connect it up to a 12v battery, power it over ethernet, add an optional solar panel

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