- Ubuntu Version 12.04 or greater
- Kernel release 3.10 of higher
Run the following
- sudo apt-get update
- sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https ca-certificates
- sudo apt-key adv –keyserver hkp://p80.pool.sks-keyservers.net:80 —recv–keys 58118E89F3A912897C070ADBF76221572C52609D
Check to see if the following file exists: /etc/apt/sources.list.d/docker.list
For this install I chose to use MySecureShell as a small and quick way to stand up an SFTP Server. As usual all commands are in Bold.
Log into your Ubuntu Server with Admin credentials:
Sudo apt-get install mysecureshell
cd /etc/apt (more…)
run ifconfig to find the name of your Interface. Normally these would be eth0, eth1 etc but in my Virtual Environment they are different
Quick guide to enabling SSH on an ESXi Server
Navigate to the ESXi Server in vCenter and select the Configuration Tab and then Security Profile
Navigate to the Firewall Section and select Properties…
Some of the plugins for vCenter don’t offer an uninstaller.
To unregister a plugin from vCenter follow this method provided by a VMware KB:
Open a web browser and go to http://vcenterserver/mob
Click on Content
Click on ExtensionManager
Copy the name of the plugin you want to unregister
Click on UnregisterExtension
In the text field paste the text into the box and delete all but the part in quotes(e.g.com.emc.EMCStoragePlugin)
Refresh the browser and the plugin should be gone from the list
Reconnect to vCenter using the client and the plugin should be gone from Plug-ins-> Manage Plugins list.
Recently came across an issue where a customers vCenter Server Services wouldn’t start. I read up on a few KB article stating to Start / Restart the SSO Service, this didn’t fix the problem. Even a couple of reboots of the vCenter Server failed.
After looking in the logs, found at C:\ ProgramData\VMWare\VMware VirtualCenter\Logs the latest Log Entry contained this: