All the undocumented weird configuration values that make stuff tick, even though they generally speaking likely shouldn’t. These articles mostly describe hacks you need to configure in the production environment directly.
Hopefully, there won’t be THAT many articles in this category… But I guess there will. I mean, what can you do?
Weird configuration hacks are there to stay, after all.
This article explains one way to fix horribly laggy desktop user experience in Windows 10 (and probably 11) when your laptop is beefy enough it should not lag, and even has a dedicated NVIDIA Graphics card. At least applying this fix is going to be quite straightforward – but let me explains first what the issue I experienced actually was like. Background Posts Related to “How to fix all UWP/WinUI…Continue reading How to fix all UWP/WinUI apps being laggy in Windows 10/11?
This post explains how to verify a private key (possibly a .key file) that you somehow got your hands on, that matches a certificate file (.cer) you also somehow are in possession of. I have no idea where I got mine, but I had to figure out how to make sure a key and a certificate matched before I uploaded mine to AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service). Problem This is yet…Continue reading How to verify a private key matches an x509 certificate?
My ASUS AC-68U requires an external server with a Fully-Qualified Domain Name for any logging to be persisted beyond a reboot of the router. And since the router regularly needs rebooting (and will usually just automatically reboot if any errors are encountered), logging errors without them being persisted after a reboot is pretty useless. So, a computer with an FQDN I’ll need. But I don’t have a domain for my…Continue reading How to configure FQDN on a workgroup computer?
Okay – another one of the topics that I’m explaining probably more to myself than whoever’s reading this later. But that’s why I write this blog, so please bear with me. 🙂 Anyway, onto the actual issue at hand! I was configuring Docker on WSL on my Windows laptop for development purposes. That’s supposed to be easy – install WSL, install a distribution, install Docker, switch it to using WSL,…Continue reading Upgrade from WSL 1 to WSL 2 in Windows 10 to fix Docker
Are you struggling with your Azure IoT Edge modules not receiving your Direct Method calls? Is EdgeHub reporting transient network issues? Are you seeing “Could not connect to your IoT hub: could not complete TLS handshake” errors? Are your modules experiencing constant 104 errors (connection reset by peer)? Fear not! This article explains how to fix them. Kind of. Problem We were experiencing some major issues with our customer’s Edge…Continue reading How to get your Azure IoT Edge runtime to use port 443 instead of using 5671 and 8883?
Another day, another issue – this time with an on-premises environment with a ridiculously complicated architecture and an absolute ton of pipelines. There are plenty of ways to fix this particular issue (because there are plenty of reasons), and after ferocious googling (and a very brief binging just to see if Microsoft had found something Google hadn’t), the trail ran cold and I felt like nobody had run into the…Continue reading How to fix a 403.18 in a virtual application?
This article documents the quick and dirty fixes and patches that I have found for Home Assistant. I’m trying to document all the things that are not complicated enough to warrant an actual blog post themselves somewhere, and this page is as good a place as any. Hopefully, these tips end up being helpful to someone else as well! Posts Related to “Home Assistant – Quick and dirty fixes”:How to…Continue reading Home Assistant – Quick and dirty fixes