Monthly Archives: September 2007

EasyVMX: Easily Create VMware Player Machines

I’ve used this before, but today I was struck by how useful EasyVMX really is! I’m setting up a new PXELINUX / TFTP server (which will incidentally be running the PXE Knife tools put together by my friends John and Brian.

Anyway, EasyVMX provides a form (easy, super simple and 2.0 with advanced options) to generate a VMX config file (which VMware uses) to run a virtual machine. All you have to do is choose a few basic options about what you need on your machine, how much RAM, how big your disk needs to be, etc; click ‘Create’; and download your zip file. Simpl, easy, and I’ve got a VMware virtual machine that I can run in the free, VMware player.

WordPress Blog Goes Live for All of

I’ve decided to finally put this blog site out for public viewing. Never before has my blog been the base from which all of extends, so this is micro-monumentous.

I have kept the links that were on the former front page in the “Stuff @” link section, but there was not much more to keep.

Granted I’ve ‘officially published’ the site, but I still expect to make substantial changes. I hope to improve the site graphics, photo gallery, and already existing content. Despite wanting to make changes, I felt I might as well get it out here and start using it. Enjoy!