Install the AWS CLI Using the Bundled Installer for MAC, OS X El Captain Version 10.11.2

Follow these steps from the command line to install the AWS CLI using the bundled installer.

To install the AWS CLI using the bundled installer

  1. Download the AWS CLI Bundled Installer.
    $ curl "" -o ""
  2. Unzip the package.
    $ unzip


    If you don’t have unzip, use your Linux distribution’s built in package manager to install it.

  3. Run the install executable.
    $ sudo ./awscli-bundle/install -i /usr/local/aws -b /usr/local/bin/aws

The above steps as mentioned in the article, worked for me but when I tried “pip install awscli –upgrade –user” on my mac book, the installation went fine but not sure why I was unable to use the cli command “aws”.



1 – Go to the boot grub menu select option to edit i.e, press the key “e”


2 – Go to the word “ro” as shown in the screen below


3 – Change “ro” to “rw init=/sysroot/bin/sh” as shown below


4 – Now press Control+x to start on single user mode.


5 – Now access the system with this command.

chroot /sysroot

6 – Reset the password.

passwd root

7 – Update selinux information

touch /.autorelabel

8 – Exit chroot


9 – Reboot your system


IRC server setup using InspIRC on FreeBSD 11

This blogpost is a guide on how to setup IRC server on FreeBSD 11 64 bit and we choose InspIRC as it met our requirements which are:

  1. Only LDAP authenticated Employee should be able to login and chat
  2. The communication should be protected by SSL protocol
  3. Channel logs are to be saved on the server.(Not covered in this post)

There is a long list of IRC Server’s software list, please refer to this wiki page.

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Source: IRC server setup using InspIRC on FreeBSD 11



Using GNS3 As a Network Testbed for OpenBGPD

We have a setup of OpenBGPD edge router which is multihomed with two upstream ISP providers within our Autonomous system, the 2 ISP links…

Source: Using GNS3 As a Network Testbed for OpenBGPD


Using a Commodity PC/Laptop as a WiFi router with OpenWrt

Why would I use a PC/Laptop as a router & why not a dedicated  hardware router? PC/Laptop hardware is often more powerful than an…

Source: Using a Commodity PC/Laptop as a WiFi router with OpenWrt


ini_file: Ansible Module

Ansible Module: ini_file


Ansible Installation in Ubuntu/Linux