Microsoft just made a huge splash today, by announcing that PowerShell is now available on Linux! I created a launch video that demonstrates how to get PowerShell Core running inside a Docker container! You can see the video over on Microsoft’s MSDN Channel 9. https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/msftazure/Run-PowerShell-Natively-on-Linux-with-Docker Check if PowerShell is Running in a Docker Container If … Read moreRun PowerShell Natively on Linux and Docker!
We recently set up a custom Docker Registry, using the VMware Harbor solution. The NGINX endpoint was secured using a TLS certificate from DigiCert. When we ran the docker login command, to authenticate to this registry, we were receiving a very common error message: x509: certificate signed by unknown authority The crux of the issue … Read moreDocker Login Error: x509: certificate signed by unknown authority
Have you already provisioned a Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine, with a dynamic private IP address? Do you want to change that dynamically provisioned IP address to a static IP address? If so, you’re in luck! This process is relatively easy using the Microsoft Azure PowerShell module. Install PowerShell 5.0 First, make sure you’re running PowerShell … Read moreChange Allocation Method for Azure Network Interface
In PowerShell, you can easily create environment variables using a few different methods. However, these are only scoped to the current PowerShell process, and not to any process running inside the user’s profile, or any process running on the system. Here are a few examples of methods that you can use to set environment variables … Read moreUse PowerShell to Persist Environment Variables
This will be a fairly brief article that talks about single quotes vs. double quotes in the PowerShell automation language. Single Quotes In PowerShell, single quotes are commonly used to define string literals. If you want to include a single quote inside of a single-quoted string literal, then you simply put two single quotes next … Read moreA Story of PowerShell Quoting Rules
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I recently was trying to install Ubuntu Desktop 16 under a Hyper-V VM on Windows 10. Naturally, I downloaded the ISO image for the operating system, mounted it to a new Generation 2 Virtual Machine, and then proceeded to boot the VM. Unfortunately the VM was unable to boot to the setup media, due to … Read moreHyper-V SecureBoot Error
If you’re looking for a solution to find large files (high disk utilization) on Windows 10, you’re in luck! In fact, you can even do this from the Ubuntu on Windows Bash console. There’s a tool called ncdu, which is short for nCurses du. “du” refers to the “disk utilization” tool that has been available on … Read morencdu: Identify Large Files on Windows 10
Check out this post over at Art of Shell that talks about supporting emojis in PowerShell! The post starts out … We all use emojis, to some extent, on a daily basis. We write smiley faces in text messages, e-mails, on Twitter, on Facebook, and other social media platforms. These emojis are defined in the … Read moreUnicode Emojis in PowerShell!