Welcome to the eight edition of In The Bag!

Photo by Benjamin Child

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Welcome to the seventh edition of In The Bag!

Photo by NordWood Themes

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Photo by Sonja Langford

Just a quick post about something I experienced at a client, with ESXi 6.0 hosts, today:

If you have trouble performing VMware snapshots, and see a  msg.snapshot.error-QUIESCINGERROR error, check the host time settings and NTP.

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Welcome to the sixth edition of In The Bag! It’s been a while since I’ve posted one of these, but here’s giving it a a go in 2017 as well.

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Considering it’s mid-january 2017 already, it’s time to do my annual goal list for the new year.

My goals for 2017: #

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Back in February 2016 I published my goals for 2016, and it’s time to review that list:

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Welcome to the fifth edition of In The Bag!

Photo by Joshua Earle

In The Bag #5 - Week 48

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Welcome to the fourth edition of In The Bag!

Photo by Sonny Abesamis

In The Bag #4 - Week 47

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Working with the keyboard to move resize, focus and arrange your applications is a great productivity tip. When I changed from Windows to macOS a few years ago, I had a pretty convoluted setup based on Slate for managing keyboard shortcuts, especially for moving applications around, but this has since been simplified by using Spectacle instead of Slate.

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I have given the site a small facelift, replacing the old theme with a new and cleaner version. For some reason, I get this “theme itch” a couple of times a year, but usually I manage to let it pass without doing many changes.

This time it stuck with me though, and ended up with replacing the old theme with a new one. In fact, the old theme had been active for close to two years now, so it was time to shake things up a bit any way. The new theme gives the site a fresh and in my opinion better look. The double menus in the header makes it look more organised, and less cluttered and the static navigation header is something I’ve wanted to have for a long time now.

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Christian Mohn works as a Chief Technologist SDDC for Proact in Norway.

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