Monthly Archives: March 2013

Partitioning is hard to do

Configuring Ubuntu preseed files for automatically partitioning is… non-trivial. Especially when you want to boot off ¬†of a large disk. Here’s a gist for those interested. I imagine some lines here are superfluous, but this works. This file contains bidirectional … Continue reading

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Copying the config from a Cisco switch to OSX via TFTP

I wanted to copy the configuration information from a Cisco switch onto my local machine, which runs Mac OS X (Mountain Lion). You can do this via TFTP, since the switch has a TFTP client and OS X comes with … Continue reading

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