Yes, it’s been a few days since the last update! We have been SO busy running around seeing things that I have just not had a chance to get online and post. On Wednesday last week we went to Hampton Court Palace, the home of King Henry VIII. We spent the morning there – amazing … [Read more…]
Huge day yesterday… after catching the train in to London Victoria station we walked over to Buckingham Palace. There were lots of people waiting for the changing of the guard, but we went down St James Park and saw them preparing at their barracks. From there we walked down the park to the Horse Guards … [Read more…]
Well, we made it…. Arrived at London’s Heathrow airport about 30 minutes late, but were through Customs and baggage collection in 30 minutes. Aunty Margaret and my cousin Andrew were waiting in the terminal, and we set off on the drive to Croydon along a wet and fortunately not busy M25. Falling into bed at … [Read more…]
We’ll this big bird got us safely to Hong Kong. Great flight, I slept for most of it, but Katie only managed a little rest. Can thoroughly recommend the Cathay Pacific Premium Economy experience, it was so much more comfortable with the extra space…
It’s been so long since I have been to the UK, I thought I had best brush up on the road rules! Katie’s never driven over there (obviously!) so it will be useful for her too. Mostly self-explanatory, but there are a couple of kooky ones. Less than 2 days to go… we checked in … [Read more…]
The beautiful Cradle Mountain region of Tasmania. Picture copyright Dom… 🙂 View this post on Instagram 👌🌏 A post shared by Domenic Wilson (@domenicwilson) on Mar 24, 2016 at 3:35pm PDT
Just a pretty photograph of a rushing creek, taken in the South Island of New Zealand.
A couple of photos taken in the South Island of New Zealand, including Milford Sound. [masterslider id=”1″]
I had all sorts of fun today trying to get Subject Alternative Names working with my OpenSSL Apache server. Got there in the end though! I have been using OpenSSL on my CentOS servers for quite a few years, with certificates for Apache generated in OpenSSL, and then signed by a server that is a … [Read more…]
Applies to: Turba 3 with a mySQL backend. This was driven by the need to store 3 email addresses in Turba to ActiveSync with Apple iOS devices, which store up to 3 email addresses per contact.