1. New Mutt and Outlook365 eBook!

    This $4.99 (USD) eBook describes a basic IMAP connection Ubuntu setup from mutt to control your Office 365 or Outlook mail. This should also work with Mac and other Linux flavors. …


  2. Unattended OpenBSD Upgrades using Ansible

    Is this ideal? No…What could ever go wrong with an unattended upgrade? Run this at your own risk! …


  3. Automating OS X and Microsoft Remote Desktop

    This is to help automate MS RDP in Sierra (should work in other versions) …


  4. OpenBSD Xenocara Missing Resolution

    This is just like I had to do in Linux, except the directory already existed. Create directory and add a file called 10-monitor.conf …


  5. Compiling cloud foundry cf client on OpenBSD

    You need go version 1.7x, so it may be in stable…I went with 6.0 -current …


  6. Powershell grep

    Just need this little Powershell snippet for later: …


  7. Linux KDE Connect vs macOS Sierra Continuity

    KDE Connect …


  8. i3wm, Compton, i3lock, xscreensaver, notifications

    Using i3lock and compton seems to let dunst/notify-osd and other notifications (chrome) bleed through to the lock screen. …


  9. Using avconv to Convert Videos for Low Bandwidth (3G)

    In working further on a video project, I had to re-encode (reencode?) them to a lower bitrate for slower connections. …


  10. Trim/Convert mp4v2 files using ffmpeg

    I had to trim some videos to a 30 second clip, and needed to do it in a way that kept the codec. Using straight ffmpeg, I couldn’t figure out how to get an mp4v2 output from an mp4v2 input. The file looks like this: …