Should I start with “Hello World”? Or we should get started with Installation?
I was trying to run ‘docker-compose’ in our environment today, but found following message from RedHat officially:
When you have UAC enabled, most of the time, the default PowerShell ISE is opened with normal process. This is not going to work when you want to apply the DSC resources. Have to have an administrative PowerShell process running to get it done.
The SAML authentication for Chrome in OS X is not supported as well as it’s running in Windows.
Tried different ways to enable the Remote API, never get any luck on anything… But finally, here is what I did, that works!
I’m very noob .Net C# developer, but I remember this: <compare> ? <value of true> : <value of false> (a == ‘a’ ) ? 1 : 2
You may have some arrays like this: $year1 = @() $year1 += "Cindy" $year1 += "Candy" $year1 += "Mandy" $year2 = @() $year2 += "Chris" $year2 += "Green" $year2 += "Richard"
Working with Consul without UI is the correct way to go, which also help you with the productivity!!! (True?, hahaha~~)
I need to send a large number (more than 100) emails to my wife for her needs. She has a folder that contains tones pdf files, needs to be send to an email address one file per email.
Start playing Terraform … Get it downloaded & saved it to a local folder: C:\bin Put this path into local $PATH var by running: