Removing the Proxmox 3.1 subscription nag dialog

Credit: tolaris.com

If you’re annoyed by the nag dialog that pops up when you log into your Proxmox 3.1 community install, run this patch from VM server in question.

wget http://www.tolaris.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/no_subscription_popup_pvemanagerlib.js-3.1.patch -O - | patch -p0

Piping that download through patch, will apply the fix to the appropriate file (/usr/share/pve-manager/ext4/pvemanagerlib.js)

Log out of the web UI, and possibly clear your browser cache / close browser window.

Having said that, there is support from Proxmox available if you feel guilty about using the patch.

Mountain Lion & Calendar

In OS X 10.8 I’ve found a few issues where the Calendar application won’t show calendars properly from any other service, including Google and iCloud. My solution was to clear the cache located in “~/Library/Calendars/Calendar Cache”

Do this with the program closed, then go into System Preferences and re-enable your Calendar accounts.

Professional computer nerd, amateur mechanic.