Wireshark 2.6.5 available in the repository for CentOS 7

This is the next maintenance release of Wireshark 2.6. The repository will bring you to version 2.6.5 automatically. If you haven’t already added the 1310nm.net Wireshark repository, follow the instructions in Wireshark on CentOS7 (TL;DR version). Run yum update and get the latest repository information, then upgrade to the most recent Wireshark version. Note: You…

On π day, Raspberry Pi Foundation launch the Pi 3 Model B+

Today is Pi Day, so called because the date, written in the backwards fashion favoured by our American cousins, as 3 14 is a close approximation to the constant that defines the difference in size between a circumference of a circle, and it’s diameter, π or 3.14(15926535897…) So it is apt that the Raspberry Pi Foundation…

BT Launch Ultrafast Broadband @ 152Mbps and 314Mbps

For those of you lucky enough to be able to get your ADSL connection over copper, rather than damp string, BT is now offering higher speeds, up to 314Mb/s. This is Ultrafast Broadband, offering speeds of over 100Mb/s. To be fair, BT has previously had speeds like this using their FTTP (Fibre to the Premises)…

One step beyond VMware 6.5U1

VMware has updated their ESXi platform again, so we’re now one step beyond the 6.5U1 upgrade. It comprises mostly with VSAN improvements and a set of patches for kernel forking issues. After my challenges with updating to VMware ESXi 6.5U1, it’s nice to see an update work correctly the first time. Again, installing this on…