On Mac OS X, Internet Connection Sharing by default hands out IPs on the 192.168.2.x subnet. Normally that’s OK, but sometimes you might want to change it. Here’s how.
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Enterprise Enterprise users get dinged for cloud-washing: buying VMware and saying they’re running a cloud. But many of them do want to offer a “private cloud”. Some of the differences? Automation, standard cloud “machine” configurations, self-service provisioning, a single cloud for all business units, calculating runtime costs and charging projects for them. Some of the … Read More
One of the problems I ran into while working on our iPhone app (see past post) is handling SSL connections. It works just fine with proper certificates, but we have several machines with self-signed SSL certificates. The normal NSURLConnection in the iPhone SDK just rejects connections to a server with a self-signed certificate, and there … Read More