Hi there! So. You're running Open Shift Container Platform 4.12+ and you're wanting to deploy that shiny new Red Hat Keycloak Operator (v22) and set up Oauth from Keycloak into Open Shift. How do you deploy Keycloak as an IDP for Open Shift? The magic words being "Configure Keycloak
Ok, this is a very highly specific post - but I hope it is useful for that sysadmin who's tearing their hair out trying to figure out wtf is going on with smtp failing with a vague error message. Recently, I was configuring a Postfix SMTP relay on a FIPS140-2
Those of you who've been following my sporadic social media postings will know that the BadgerFam moved to Germany last summer. I'm doing some work for some people that involves a lot of yaml, stiggin', bare metal -> openshift, fips, fapolicyd, selinux and much more fun. I'll let you draw
Long time, no post! Driving down from Idaho to Las Vegas for Black Hat, BSidesLV and D3F C0N. Figured, hey, what the heck, let's war drive! I grabbed my trusty old Alfa USB WiFi card, Garmin eTrex Legend & serial adaptor and a unused Raspberry Pi from the box-o-parts, installed Kismet
Today we're looking at two methods of migrating a Linode Linux instance to an AWS EC2 instance. We can use the official Linode disk copy guide as a starting point, but that doesn't really get us all the way there, as we still need to import that image. This guide
Hello folks, Today we're going to talk about using telepresence.io to debug PHP code running in Kubernetes using Telepresence. I'll refer you to the Telepresence Introduction page for an overview of what Telepresence can do for you, but if you're reading this you probably are already aware and just
Hello fine readers, Chances are you're scouring the googles much like I was all morning trying to figure out how to get update-initramfs to pull in the 70-persistent-net.rules udev rule. You may have stumbled on this debian bug or this ubuntu bug which coincidently ties in with my remote
Edit in March of 2020: Hello! This is one of my more popular posts even in 2020, but I'm curious if you came across this post looking for slightly different information than is presented. If so, shoot me a message on twitter: @badgerops or send an email to blog@badgerops.
I've been using the default yaml/jinja combo for most of the time that I've used Saltstack, which can get really frustrating when you're moving away from simple templating and actually starting to develop code in jinja. The biggest issue here: jinja is a templating engine, not a programming language.
Wow, that title is a mouthful - but if you're here, chances are you've been scouring the internet trying to figure out how to get remote LUKS unlock enabled, much like I was a few weeks ago. I finally got all the different parts working as expected, so here you