My name is Eugene. In the Internet I’m known as Dae*. I’m an IT professional, web-developer and a producer/investor who works with a number of small teams (like SmoothMouse, a mouse driver for macOS) and businesses in Europe (like Andy Fiord Fashion Advertising) in various roles involving IT, management, marketing and design.
If you’re trying to create a bootable installer for an older macOS version (like El Capitan) with createinstallmedia, and it fails with a “does not appear to be a valid OS installer” error, quite possible the actual problem is that the digital certificate of your macOS installer has expired. Fortunately, you can easily overcome it by travelling back in time (from the operating system’s perspective, at least).
I’ve created a tiny VLC extension that makes VLC show the title of the currently playing streaming video. It allows you to set custom titles even for the streams that you don’t own (e.g. from YouTube). For more information, see: https://github.com/EugeneDae/VLC-Show-Stream-Title.
Kerio Connect 9.2.6 introduced a limit for a number of simultaneous connections from a single IP address, which is — by default — set to 100 per protocol. If more than a hundred of users start using Kerio Connect from the same place, the server would quickly run out the limit. When it happens, it would (seemingly) randomly block user connections and the users would see a connection error window (or “Bad Gateway” if you use a reverse proxy, e.g. nginx). Continue reading →