Fix OPENVPN Network Interface Mismatch

Getting VPN clients-to-server connected should be a piece of cake right. Simply dropping the client.conf (.ovpn) file and certificates (i.e crt and .key files) in the /etc/openvpn directory should do the trick.

Today, after a bit of housekeeping on my client box, connecting to the OPENVPN server seemed a big ask.

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  $: service openvpn restart
  Stopping virtual private network daemon:/etc/init.d/openvpn: 98: kill: No such process

   client server.
  Starting virtual private network daemon: client server.
  Stopping virtual private network daemon:/etc/init.d/openvpn: 98: kill: No such process

   client server.

A Look at Teradata AMPs

If you are from a music background and may be reading/hearing this for the first time, then ‘NO’, this article is not about measuring the change over individual spatial periods (sound amplification).

This article ‘YES’ seeks to share my own notes on Teradata’s Access Module Processor or AMP for short.

AMP is a Virtual processor that exist within the confines of the parallel-processing environment of the Teradata Database.

Using .ruby-version With Pow

If you probably upgraded to the latest RVM and you got the message like i did to use ruby-version and ruby-gemset and you bought the idea.. The below helps set parity with the former.

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  if [ -f "$rvm_path/scripts/rvm" ] && [ -f ".ruby-version" ] && [ -f ".ruby-gemset" ]; then
    source "$rvm_path/scripts/rvm"
    rvm use `cat .ruby-version`@`cat .ruby-gemset`
  fi