How to obtain the EOS version on a Arista switch router

Whether logging a support call or planning an upgrade, knowing your current running software version is crucial. Here’s two ways to quickly get the EOS version running on your Arista switch router. Option 1 Use the show version command. ([email protected]) Password: Last login: Thu Feb 24 15:33:07 2022 from 192.168.1.253 SW01(s1)>en SW01(s1)#show version | grep Software Software image version: 4.18.5M SW01(s1)# Option 2 Use the base Linux OS ([email protected]) Password: Last login: Thu Feb 24 15:33:07 2022 from 192....

Published on 2022-02-24 · Updated on 2022-11-11 · 1 min · Danesh Manoharan

Change MTU on Proxmox backup server

Edit the /etc/network/interfaces file. Add mtu 9000 to the interface. iface lo inet loopback auto enp4s0 iface enp4s0 inet static address 172.22.36.146/20 gateway 172.22.47.254 mtu 9000 iface enp5s0 inet manual Restart the interface [email protected]:~# systemctl restart networking.service [email protected]:~# systemctl status networking.service ? networking.service - Network initialization Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/networking.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (exited) since Sun 2022-02-13 13:03:11 CST; 14s ago Docs: man:interfaces(5) man:ifup(8) man:ifdown(8) Process: 2052 ExecStart=/usr/share/ifupdown2/sbin/start-networking start (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) Main PID: 2052 (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) CPU: 476ms Feb 13 13:03:10 pvebkpdev01 systemd[1]: Starting Network initialization....

Published on 2022-02-13 · Updated on 2022-11-11 · 1 min · Danesh Manoharan

Disable automatically rearranging spaces on Monterey

I prefer having fixed work spaces, helps with the OCD 🙂 Here’s how to disable auto arranging of work spaces System Preferences -> Mission Control -> “Automatically rearrange Spaces based on most recent use” Mission Control

Published on 2022-02-04 · Updated on 2022-11-11 · 1 min · Danesh Manoharan

How to exclude a package when running DNF

I like keeping my workstation updated but prefer to leave the reboots for the weekends. So, I tend to ignore kernel packages when I run my updates. This is the way, sudo dnf update --exclude="kernel*"

Published on 2022-01-24 · Updated on 2022-11-11 · 1 min · Danesh Manoharan

Remove the OBS virtual webcam device on Mac

The OBS virtual webcam device doesn’t always get removed properly when OBS studion is removed on Mac. Here’s how to manually remove the device. Using finder navigate to “/Library/CoreMediaIO/ Plug-Ins/DAL/”. Command + Shift + g will bring up the goto dialog. Delete the “obs-mac-virtualcam.plugin” file. Verify if the “obs-virtual-camera” device has been removed. The screenshot below is from MS Teams.

Published on 2021-06-23 · Updated on 2022-11-11 · 1 min · Danesh Manoharan