Ansible-pull unknown hostkey.

I encountered an Ansible-pull “unknown hostkey” error. Starting ansible-pull at 2014-06-03 11:17:00 localhost | FAILED >> { “failed”: true, “msg”: “git.repo.com has an unknown hostkey. Set accept_hostkey to True or manually add the hostkey prior to running the git module” } After some digging around, turns out the latest Ansible has no such problem, butContinue reading “Ansible-pull unknown hostkey.”

On a train, not entirely sure the doors will open when I get to where I’m going.

On a train. Again. Last 3 wagons will not open where I’m going. When asking the conductor dude seconds after the automated message, he first looked befuddled. Then, after asking again, if this wagon was ok to get off in my destination, he looked again slightly confused, then barely restrained himself from shaking the cloudsContinue reading “On a train, not entirely sure the doors will open when I get to where I’m going.”

Transcendental shower time

With SPEKTRMODULE. .. YOGA. But without the moves. Holistic. 5 track nitenitemusic. Incense burner. Visualising the perfect house. A bathroom with an outside door. And a location that supports howling at the stars at night. Naked & wet. Without neighbours noticing. Sauna. Plants blanketing the horizon for serenity and scents. In the woods? When theContinue reading “Transcendental shower time”

Debian Squeeze to Wheezy dist-upgrade breaks sasl+mysql

Upgrading broke my postfix+sasl+mysql auth, cripling my SMTP service. Because libsasl2-2 that was upgraded from 2.1.23 to 2.1.25. I upgraded Debian Squeeze to Wheezy and most of it worked within acceptable parameters. There were problems, but nothing big, except that it killed my SMTP service. Upgrades, the gift that keeps on giving. Many people offeredContinue reading “Debian Squeeze to Wheezy dist-upgrade breaks sasl+mysql”