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3279d442Slax Live Linux modules with BIND, Unbound and DNS Tools...
Getting a classroom full of computer ready for a DNSSEC training can be a challenge. Installing a DNSSEC capable DNS server, resolver and troubleshooting tools on each student computer can take some time. DNSSEC tools...
3280d28Remote commands with Zabbix actions
With monit services are restarted, ever since I ve installed zabbix I wanted the same functionallity. Turns out this is possible, but it takes some configuration. Also see the zabbix manual, where it gets interesting...
3280d269Remote commands with Zabbix actions
With monit services are restarted, ever since I've installed zabbix I wanted the same functionallity. Turns out this is possible, but it takes some configuration. Also see the zabbix manual , where it gets interesting...
3280d99Remote commands with Zabbix actions
With monit services are restarted, ever since I've installed zabbix I wanted the same functionallity. Turns out this is possible, but it takes some configuration. Also see the zabbix manual , where it gets interesting...
3282d17Brace yourself
The shell (in this case bash) is packed with features. So much so that you will probably never ever learn them all. Brace expansion is one of those things. What is it? In the bash manual it says: Brace Expansion Brace...
3282d226Brace yourself
The shell (in this case bash ) is packed with features. So much so that you will probably never ever learn them all. Brace expansion is one of those things. What is it? In the bash manual it says: Brace Expansion...
3282d99Brace yourself
The shell (in this case bash ) is packed with features. So much so that you will probably never ever learn them all. Brace expansion is one of those things. What is it? In the bash manual it says: Brace Expansion...
3283d438HAR2009 thoughts, returning back to earth..
I just got back from HAR2009, and am slowly returning to earth. HAR is the fifth installment (or sixth, depending on who you speak) of the 'HXX' series of hacker events here in The Netherlands. These usually attract in...
3285d19EeePC Linux install
Just bought anothor EeePC, this time the 900HD variant. Installing Ubuntu as we speak and giving Windows the boot. The 4 minute encounter with Windows XP (which felt like 4 hours) gave me the impression of a fast...
3285d220EeePC Linux install
Just bought anothor EeePC, this time the 900HD variant. Installing Ubuntu as we speak and giving Windows the boot. The 4 minute encounter with Windows XP (which felt like 4 hours) gave me the impression of a fast...
3285d96EeePC Linux install
Just bought anothor EeePC, this time the 900HD variant. Installing Ubuntu as we speak and giving Windows the boot. The 4 minute encounter with Windows XP (which felt like 4 hours) gave me the impression of a fast...
3289d18Git filtering
Excellent idea Ton! How to make a custom filter in git to expand the string $Hash$ to something more usefull, ala the $Id$ (which git already supports), but then with more info (committer, date, etc.). Which also helped...
3289d221Git filtering
Excellent idea Ton ! How to make a custom filter in git to expand the string $Hash$ to something more usefull, ala the $Id$ (which git already supports), but then with more info (committer, date, etc.). Which also...
3289d103Git filtering
Excellent idea Ton ! How to make a custom filter in git to expand the string $Hash$ to something more usefull, ala the $Id$ (which git already supports), but then with more info (committer, date, etc.). Which also...
3289d357PowerDNS is The Hackers Choice!
Very brief note to let you know that I'm thrilled that PowerDNS will be serving the HAR 2009 visitors! It has previously also been used by the same people at CCC congresses. I'm very proud of this, and I hope the...
3290d16String multiplication in zsh
In Perl you have this: % perl -e 'print a x 5, \n ' aaaaa With that you can easily create a separator string consisting out of 60 spaces. I always missed this in my shell - until now. In Zsh have the following expansion:...
3290d218String multiplication in zsh
In Perl you have this: % perl -e 'print "a" x 5, "\n"' aaaaa With that you can easily create a separator string consisting out of 60 spaces. I always missed this in my shell - until now. In Zsh have the following...
3290d102String multiplication in zsh
In Perl you have this: % perl -e 'print "a" x 5, "\n"' aaaaa With that you can easily create a separator string consisting out of 60 spaces. I always missed this in my shell - until now. In Zsh have the following...
3290d522evldns - A Framework for Light-weight DNS Servers
I ve recently written and released source code for evldns . evldns is a software mashup - it takes libevent s fast event processing code and combines it with ldns s DNS packet handling.  It s derived from the server-side...
3291d21Bash shell scripting and octal values
While rechecking my rdup test-suite one of the tests failed. On closer inspection it was due to the following line: DAY_BEFORE=$(( $(date +%d) - 1 )) When $(date +%d) is 10 this yields: $ DAY_BEFORE=$(( 10 - 1 )) $ echo...
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