Edit the /etc/modules file and add the name of the module (without the .ko extension) on its own line.
On boot he kernel will try to load all the modules named in this file.
To access your iCloud Drive from the terminal in MacOS use this path
# list docker images
$ docker images -a
# remove docker image ( -f option is force)
$ docker rmi -f ImageID
# list all installed packages, but only show those containing the work docker
$ sudo apt list –installed | grep docker
# the above command shows that the docker apps’ name is actually docker-se, so uninstall that
$ sudo apt-get remove docker-se
I often found the Unix command ln confusing. It just seems kind of back to front to me.
Here for my reference and anyone else, is how to use it.
$ ln -sv <existing_folder> <new_link_name>
-s to create a symbolic link
-v for verbose output
Using Putty with a PPK Key File
If you have a PPK file that you need to use to connect to a server, say an AWS instance, here’s how.
- Enter your public DNS name in the Host name field.
2. Expand the Connection branch on the left and then select Auth.
3. Us the Browse Button to find and select your PPK file.
4. Select the Session branch again, enter a session name, and click on save
5. To connect to the server, click Open
To generate a PPK file from a PEM file, see my post here.
How to use PuttyKeyGen to generate a PPK file from a PEM file.
- Download you PEM File from AWS
- Copy it to a safe location
- Download either the entire Putty package and install everything, or just get Putty.exe and PuttyGen.exe
It can be downloaded from here
- Open PuttyGen
- Click file, then load private key
- Select all files from the drop down list
- Select pem file, click open
- Make sure ssh-2 RSA is selected.
- Click save private key
- Enter a name for the ppk file and save