This is an update to the IMDb parser I wrote years back. From time to time IMDb makes small changes to their setup that break my script. This time they decided to start blocking curl, …
All that crap I’ve been saving from YouTube, Facebook and whatnot tends to add up. As quality is not a huge concern here (not that it was very high to begin with), optimizing those video …
The ownCloud file sharing application has been around for some time now, but somehow evaded my attention. My limited imagination makes me say “think of it us Dropbox hosted on the server in your basement”.
Just a quick note on how to completely remove (more or less) Chef server installation from a CentOS/RHEL box.
Nothing fancy here: just a quick note on directing Windows event logs and select application logs to a remote syslog server.
Many recent publications , , suggest the iPhone is full of security holes threatening your privacy. The threat seems to be coming not so much from the phone’s operating system, but from the apps, …
This is America: you’re either a duper or a dupee. I’m a duper. You guys are the dupees.
— Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito), It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
How will the 2019 college admissions scandal work out? …
This is not an entirely proper way to benchmark a DNS server, but, in a pinch, it should give you some idea of its responsiveness and stability.
As a follow-up to my previous post about adding sshd instances on CentOS 5 & 6, here’s a script that does the same on RHEL/CentOS 7.
This is a process and a couple of script to allow you to setup an additional sshd service on an alternate port.
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