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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2019.
go-daemon Build Status GoDoc. Library for writing system daemons in Go. Now supported only UNIX-based OS (Windows is not supported). But the library was tested only on Linux and OSX, so that if you have an ability to test the library on other platforms, give me feedback, please (#26). Features: Goroutine-safe daemonization; Out of box work with pid-files; Easy handling of system signals; The control of a daemon.
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Saved by uncleflo on November 28th, 2018.
What do you get when you put a stable operating system, an innovative desktop manager and plenty of eye candies together? You get nothing short of a beautiful and functional OS. Elive is a Debian-based Linux distro, customized with Enlightenment e17 desktop manager. It is designed with the aim of providing a stable, fully functional and beautiful operating system that can run with minimal hardware requirement. The current stable version is based on Debian-etch while the version that is under development is based on the recently released Lenny. Knowing the stability and versatility of Debian and the elegant and simplicity of Enlightenment, there are little things that Elive can go wrong.
Saved by uncleflo on June 29th, 2018.
Core ROS packages http://www.ros.org ROS is a meta-operating system for your robot. It provides language-independent and network-transparent communication for a distributed robot control system.
Saved by uncleflo on June 27th, 2017.
Q&A for information security professionals. Ask questions and get answers on any and all information security related topics.
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Saved by uncleflo on February 24th, 2017.
Damn Small Linux is a very versatile 50MB mini desktop oriented Linux distribution. Damn Small is small enough and smart enough to do the following things: Boot from a business card CD as a live linux distribution (LiveCD), Boot from a USB pen drive, Boot from within a host operating system (that's right, it can run *inside* Windows), Run very nicely from an IDE Compact Flash drive via a method we call "frugal install", Transform into a Debian OS with a traditional hard drive install, Run light enough to power a 486DX with 16MB of Ram, Run fully in RAM with as little as 128MB (you will be amazed at how fast your computer can be!), Modularly grow -- DSL is highly extendable without the need to customize
Saved by uncleflo on November 4th, 2016.
What is ClearOS - is an operating system for your Server, Network, and Gateway systems. It is designed for home, small and medium businesses etc. Know how ClearOS works. ClearOS is an operating system for your Server, Network, and Gateway systems. It is designed for homes, small to medium businesses, and distributed environments. ClearOS is commonly known as the Next Generation Small Business Server, while including indispensable Gateway and Networking functionality. It delivers a powerful IT solution with an elegant user interface that is completely web-based. Simply put.. ClearOS is the new way of delivering IT.
Saved by uncleflo on October 17th, 2016.
Very fast cross-platform php script that describes the host server in extreme detail, giving information such as ram usage, disk space, raid arrays, hardware, network cards, kernel, os, samba/cups/truecrypt status, temps, disks, and much more. Latest code is here: https://github.com/jrgp/linfo
Saved by uncleflo on October 15th, 2016.
Nagios provides complete monitoring of Linux operating systems and distributions – including operating system metrics, service state, process state, file system usage, and more. When you use Nagios to monitor your Linux environment, you’re using one of the most powerful Linux monitoring tools on the planet.
Saved by uncleflo on September 8th, 2016.
Download Drivers: The software on this page is compatible with the following currently supported products: SpaceMouse Enterprise, SpacePilot Pro, SpaceMouse Pro Wireless, SpaceMouse Pro, SpaceMouse Wireless, SpaceNavigator for Notebooks, SpaceNavigator, CadMouse. Additional software and drivers for discontinued products are available in our archive.
Saved by uncleflo on August 31st, 2013.
If the device map file exists, the GRUB utilities (grub-probe, grub-setup, etc.) read it to map BIOS drives to OS devices. This file consists of lines like this: (device) file Device is a drive specified in the GRUB syntax (see Device syntax), and file is an OS file, which is normally a device file. Historically, the device map file was used because GRUB device names had to be used in the configuration file, and they were derived from BIOS drive numbers. The map between BIOS drives and OS devices cannot always be guessed correctly: for example, GRUB will get the order wrong if you exchange the boot sequence between IDE and SCSI in your BIOS.
Saved by uncleflo on August 30th, 2013.
The contribution from Marc Tanguy (firstname.lastname@example.org), 2001-09-27. If you have an adaptec scsi card (2940u2, 29160, 39160), you simply use the 'diagnose' mode (using BIOS v3.10.0 recommended). It must be activated in the scsi card BIOS menu. If you don't own an adaptec card, you have to know what is the 'booting' disk (usually ID 0, but not necessary, it can be defined in the scsi card BIOS) where LILO is going to be found and start : this is the first disk so it has number 0x80. Then it's very simple, the BIOS follows the IDs.
Saved by uncleflo on July 24th, 2013.
Last year, VMware’s ESX hypervisor software led the vendor pack in number of installations, according to the Gartner Group. VMware offers ESXi for free, but if you want additional features, you have to pay a premium. Fortunately for anyone with a tight IT budget, ESXi isn’t the only option for running a hypervisor—there are others, and a handful of them are free and open-source.
Saved by uncleflo on July 24th, 2013.
This is a small follow up to my previous post on Setting up a KVM-LVM based virtual machine host, so if you haven't set up a KVM virtual machine host yet, you may want to read that post first. In the previous post I've described how to set up a very simple virtualised environment based on KVM. I also mentioned that I usually do part of the administration with the bundled GUI, virt-manager, and that I use command line tools for those administration tasks that aren't available in the GUI; in this post I'll mention some of the ones I happen to need most often.
Saved by uncleflo on July 18th, 2013.
To get started using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Linux instances, complete the steps shown in the following table. You'll primarily use the AWS Management Console, a point-and-click web-based interface. You can also watch this short video to get started: How to Create a Red Hat Enterprise Linux EC2 Instance. For more information about Amazon EC2, see the Amazon EC2 product page.
Saved by uncleflo on June 29th, 2013.
System virtualization enables you to consolidate systems, workloads, and operating environments, optimize resource use, and improve IT flexibility and responsiveness. System virtualization creates many virtual systems within a single physical system. Virtual systems are independent operating environments that use virtual resources. System virtualization can be approached through hardware partitioning or hypervisor technology. Hardware partitioning subdivides a physical server into fractions, each of which can run an operating system. These fractions are typically created with coarse units of allocation, such as whole processors or physical boards. This type of virtualization allows for hardware consolidation, but does not have the full benefits of resource sharing and emulation offered by hypervisors. Hypervisors use a thin layer of code in software or firmware to achieve fine-grained, dynamic resource sharing.
Saved by uncleflo on May 20th, 2013.
First you have to make sure that have install Guest Additions. From the VirtualBox's menu go to Devices → Install Guest Additions... This will mount a virtual CD on your /media/cdrom. Normally this folder's window will show up. As root run the program VBoxLinuxAdditions.run. When the program completes reboot your VirtualBox.
Saved by uncleflo on May 17th, 2013.
Your webcam isn't only good for video chatting one-on-one. You can also share your home or office with the world, using open-source software on Windows, Linux, or Macintosh computers. Here's one way to go about it.
Saved by uncleflo on May 16th, 2013.
Statistics are important for web developers. W3Schools' famous month-by-month statistics and trends. What are the most popular browsers? What are the most common operating systems? What are the most common screen resolutions and color depths?
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