Please, Java, connect to this stupid thing one more time.

There seems to be this weird corporate illusion at Adobe and Oracle that none of these technologies were ever used to manage production machines, and it was all just to run web content like games or Joe Cartoon that have moved on or died.

I would dearly love some box deep in a preference pane that says “I’m a sysadmin, I know what I’m doing, please just let me Do The Thing.” Until that exists, there’s this article.

java -XshowSettings:properties -versionjava -XshowSettings:properties -version 2>&1|grep java.home
sudo keytool -import -alias dayjob-idrac -keystore ./cacerts -file ~/Desktop/iDRACCA2.pem
~/Library/Application Support/Oracle/Java/Deployment/security/exception.sites

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Gushi/Dan Mahoney is a sysadmin/network operator in Northern Washington, working for a global non-profit, as well as individually.

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Gushi/Dan Mahoney is a sysadmin/network operator in Northern Washington, working for a global non-profit, as well as individually.

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