Category Archives: Networking

Configure CUPS with CFEngine 3

I use CFEngine3 to manage several Ubuntu computers. One task I wanted to do the other day was centrally manage printers. That way, when I setup a new computer, I don’t have to worry about setting up printers. Thankfully, cups … Continue reading

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CFEngine3 Allow Clients Access to File on Server

The other day I was trying to copy a file from a CFEngine hub to a client machine. My test bundle was as follows: However, I kept getting an error about “Could not stat file”. When I ran the file … Continue reading

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Error Installing CFEngine 3 on Ubuntu 12.04

I was trying to install CFEngine3 using the following commands: However, I got the following error: Failed to fetch http://cfengine.com/pub/apt/dists/precise/Release Unable to find expected entry ‘main/source/Sources’ in Release file (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file) E: Some index files failed … Continue reading

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BlueProximity on Ubuntu 12.04

I just tried installed BlueProximity on Ubuntu 12.04. Although it works pretty well, there was a pretty funny glitch. The GUI to configure blueproximity only showed up on the first launch. After that the window didn’t show up. It seemed … Continue reading

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Strange Android Network Problem

We recently moved some of our APs to a new subnet on our network. Although desktop and laptop computers were unaffected by the change, all Android smart phones refused to work. Although they could connect to the network, they couldn’t … Continue reading

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cache.google.com – Your source for YouTube

When monitoring network traffic, I’ve noticed that a big consumer of bandwidth is cache.google.com. That seemed strange to me because I guessed that cache.google.com would have something to do with viewing Google’s cache version of a website. For example, if … Continue reading

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