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GraspingTech | How to Mount an NFS Share Using a Windows 10 Machine

https://graspingtech.com/mount-nfs-share-windows-10/

Saved by uncleflo on January 3rd, 2019.

Mounting an NFS (Network File System) share using a Unix-like operating system is pretty straight forward. But how do you mount an NFS share of a UNIX system from a Windows 10 machine? Keep reading to find out how. With that said let’s install the Services for NFS feature and mount an NFS share. The first thing we need to do is install the NFS Client which can be done by following the steps below: With the default options you will only have read permissions when mounting a UNIX share using the anonymous user. We can give the anonymous user write permissions by changing the UID and GID that it uses to mount the share.

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Mounting NFS on a Windows Client

https://mapr.com/docs/51/DevelopmentGuide/c-mounting-nfs-on-a-windows-client.html

Saved by uncleflo on January 3rd, 2019.

Complete the following steps to mount NFS on a Windows client: The UID and GID values are set in the Windows Registry and are global on the Windows NFS client box. This solution might not work well if your Windows box has multiple users who each need access to NFS with their own permissions, but there is no obvious way to avoid this limitation. To set up the Windows NFS client, mount the cluster, map a network drive, and configure the user ID (UID) and group ID (GID). The Windows client must access NFS using a valid UID and GID from the Linux domain. Mismatched UID or GID will result in permissions problems when MapReduce jobs try to access files that were copied from Windows over an NFS share. Because of Windows directory caching, there may appear to be no .snapshot directory in each volume's root directory. As a workaround, force Windows to re-load the volume's root directory by updating its modification time (for example, by creating an empty file or directory in the volume's root directory).

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Setting a FQDN for the NAS - Synology Forum

https://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic.php?t=131359

Saved by uncleflo on December 23rd, 2018.

When setting up the NAS, you need to enter in a server name. This becomes the hostname. How can I set a FQDN (i.e. NAS-Store.example.com) without it being wiped out all the time? You can just setup a ddns name and use it to get access (I'm guessing you wanna use that name to gain outside access to your NAS). There is a DDNS tab in Control Panel > External Access. Register your name there. I don't need to worry about DDNS. That is not an issue. As I run an internal DNS on my network, I can type in the FQDN of the NAS and get to it OK. That's all fine. I would just like to be able to give the NAS an FQDN and an SSL certificate to match it, so I do not get any warnings that the cert is incorrect for the NAS when I have external clients use the Cloud Station. I don´t you buy a domain name, setup it up by using DynDns client and give the domain name to your clients to connect to, and then set your internal DNS with that same domain name to point to the internal IP, and also set the name of the NAS with that domain name.

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How to access files on Synology NAS within the local network (NFS)

https://www.synology.com/en-uk/knowledgebase/DSM/tutorial/File_Sharing/How_to_access_files_on_Synology_NAS_within_the_local_network_NFS

Saved by uncleflo on December 23rd, 2018.

Synology NAS is designed to make storing and sharing files within your local network quick and simple, allowing you to directly access shared folders and files on the Synology NAS without going through the hassle of logging into DSM everytime. You will be able to access files on your Synology NAS with NFS just like other network devices. This article guides you through the steps of using your Linux computer to access your Synology NAS within the local network.

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Basic Audio Techniques for Video: How to Use a Boompole

https://blog.audio-technica.com/basic-audio-techniques-video-use-boompole/

Saved by uncleflo on November 28th, 2018.

In this installment of our blog series on Basic Audio Techniques for Video, we’ll explain how to use a boompole. If you missed the previous installment exploring the basics of using a boom mic, you can read it here. Since the earliest days of filmmaking, film crews have relied on mounting a microphone onto a boompole in order to properly position the microphone out of frame. In this post, we’ll be sharing some insider tips from professional boom operators.

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How To Mount Synology Shared Drive Outside Local Network

https://www.nextofwindows.com/how-to-mount-synology-shared-drive-outside-local-network

Saved by uncleflo on October 28th, 2018.

A while ago I covered why I decided to purchase a NAS drive, specifically a Synology NAS. It has been a couple months since I owned this device and I’m happier than ever about this purchase. Those consumer grade NAS are intended for the small amount of device to access files from the local network, this also means if you are away from local network accessing those files will be limited to the web interface. While Synology has an excellent Web UI that lets you do many basic tasks, but access file through none traditional Web UI is cumbersome. Only it would be nice if you can mount and map the same network drives even while you are away from your home’s local network.

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How to access files on Synology NAS with WebDAV

https://www.synology.com/en-global/knowledgebase/DSM/tutorial/File_Sharing/How_to_access_files_on_Synology_NAS_with_WebDAV

Saved by uncleflo on October 26th, 2018.

WebDAV is an extension of HTTP designed to let users edit and manage files stored on remote servers. With Synology DiskStation Manager's WebDAV service, client programs that support WebDAV, such as Windows Explorer, Mac OS Finder, Linux File Browser, will be able to remotely access a Synology NAS just like accessing a local network drive. This tutorial will explain how to enable WebDAV on your Synology NAS and start accessing files from anywhere.

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SEC suspends ‘bandwagon’ blockchain companies from trading

https://bravenewcoin.com/news/sec-suspends-bandwagon-blockchain-companies-from-trading/

Saved by uncleflo on March 19th, 2018.

In light of the increasing popularity of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, a new trend has developed among some small publicly-traded companies in the U.S. In the past few months, several listed companies that have previously had zero ties to the blockchain or digital currencies have announced that they would move into the cryptocurrencies business in one form or another. These announcements, in turn, caused the share prices of many of these small cap stocks to rally and in some cases more than double - without any substantial evidence that the companies were actually involved in blockchain-related activities. In other words, it appears some companies have chosen to pump their share prices by jumping onto the cryptocurrency bandwagon.

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Simple Bookmarking App With PHP, JS & MySQL

https://tutorialzine.com/2010/04/simple-bookmarking-app-php-javascript-mysql

Saved by uncleflo on March 8th, 2018.

Part of the developer's life, is to strive for simplicity in every aspect of their work. When searching for solutions to common problems, you have the choice to lock yourself into all kinds of third party services and API's, or take the opportunity and develop the functionality yourself. In this week's tutorial, we are making a simple link sharing app. This app will give you the ability to instantly share any web page, with a single click of a bookmarklet in your bookmarks bar, and display it in a widget on your site. Note: This tutorial is quite old and doesn't work in PHP7 and above. We are keeping it online only as a reference.

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Marco Bonzanini - Mining Twitter Data with Python (Part 1: Collecting data)

https://marcobonzanini.com/2015/03/02/mining-twitter-data-with-python-part-1/

Saved by uncleflo on February 19th, 2018.

Twitter is a popular social network where users can share short SMS-like messages called tweets. Users share thoughts, links and pictures on Twitter, journalists comment on live events, companies promote products and engage with customers. The list of different ways to use Twitter could be really long, and with 500 millions of tweets per day, there’s a lot of data to analyse and to play with. This is the first in a series of articles dedicated to mining data on Twitter using Python. In this first part, we’ll see different options to collect data from Twitter. Once we have built a data set, in the next episodes we’ll discuss some interesting data applications. Update July 2016: my new book on data mining for Social Media is out! Part of the content in this tutorial has been improved and expanded as part of the book, so please have a look. Chapter 2 about mining Twitter is available as a free sample from the publisher’s web site, and the companion code with many more examples is available on my GitHub

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StoryMap JS Maps that tell stories.

https://storymap.knightlab.com/

Saved by uncleflo on February 7th, 2018.

StoryMapJS is a free tool to help you tell stories on the web that highlight the locations of a series of events. It is a new tool, yet stable in our development environment, and it has a friendly authoring tool. There are a couple ways you can make a StoryMap. Maps: Add a slide for each place in your story. Setting the location is as easy as a text search for the name, address, or latitude and longitude. You can change the visual style of your map with a few presets, or you can use Mapbox to create your own style. Really big images: You can tell stories with large photographs, works of art, historic maps, and other image files. Because it works best with pixel-dense files, we call these gigapixel. Setting one up requires you to host files on a web server.

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Introducing Bootstrap Studio

https://bootstrapstudio.io/

Saved by uncleflo on December 28th, 2017.

Bootstrap Studio is a powerful desktop app for designing and prototyping websites. Bootstrap Studio is a an app for creating beautiful websites. It comes with a large number of built-in components, which you can drag and drop to assemble responsive web pages. It is built on top of the hugely popular Bootstrap framework, and exports clean and semantic HTML. The Interface. Bootstrap Studio has a beautiful and powerful interface, which is built around the simplicity of drag and drop. This makes it the perfect tool for prototyping and designing web pages and apps. Beautiful Built-in Components. Bootstrap Studio comes with a large number of pretty components for building responsive pages. We've got headers, footers, galleries, slideshows and even basic elements like spans and divs. See some of them below. Smart Drag & Drop. Bootstrap Studio knows which Bootstrap components can be nested in one another and gives you suggestions. It automatically generates beautiful HTML for you, which looks as if it was written by hand by an expert. Create Your Own Components. You can extract pieces of your designs as Custom Components, and have them ready to be dropped into any design you create. You can also export these components as files and share them. Online Library If you need a component which doesn't exist in our library, just click the Online tab in the Component Panel. There you will find thousands of components built and shared by the community. You can also upload your own. Linked Components. This is a powerful feature which allows you to synchronize components, so changing one will automatically change the other. This is especially useful for things like headers and footers which you need to update across pages. Realtime Preview. Bootstrap Studio has a powerful feature called Preview. With it, you can open your design in multiple web browsers and devices, and every change you make within the app will be shown instantaneously everywhere.

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Instapaper

https://www.instapaper.com/

Saved by uncleflo on December 28th, 2017.

Save all of the interesting articles, videos, cooking recipes, song lyrics, or whatever else you come across while browsing. With one click, Instapaper lets you save, read, and manage the things you find on the Internet. Instapaper syncs the articles and videos you save so that they’re waiting for you on all your devices - iPhone, iPad, Android, or Kindle. You can read anything you save, anywhere and anytime you want, even offline! Find that great quote you want to remember and share? Instapaper makes it easy to highlight and comment on text in any article so you can easily store it, retrieve it, quote it and share it.

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npm Orgs is powerful collaboration — for free

https://www.npmjs.com/

Saved by uncleflo on December 27th, 2017.

Build amazing things: npm is the package manager for JavaScript and the world’s largest software registry. Discover packages of reusable code — and assemble them in powerful new ways. What is npm? Use npm to install, share, and distribute code; manage dependencies in your projects; and share & receive feedback with others. What can you make with 475,000 building blocks? The npm registry hosts almost half a million packages of free, reusable code — the largest software registry in the world.

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A safe home for all your data

https://nextcloud.com/

Saved by uncleflo on June 27th, 2017.

Access, share and protect your files, calendars, contacts, communication & more at home and in your enterprise. Access everything with the tools you are already using, regardless of the device or platform you are on. Pictures, videos, documents, contacts, communications - they are all available right where you need them whether they are coming from your local storage or remote cloud services.

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Netcat – a couple of useful examples

https://www.g-loaded.eu/2006/11/06/netcat-a-couple-of-useful-examples/

Saved by uncleflo on June 27th, 2017.

One of the Linux command line tools I had initially under-estimated is netcat or just nc. By default, netcat creates a TCP socket either in listening mode (server socket) or a socket that is used in order to connect to a server (client mode). Actually, netcat does not care whether the socket is meant to be a server or a client. All it does is to take the data from stdin and transfer it to the other end across the network. The simplest example of its usage is to create a server-client chat system. Although this is a very primitive way to chat, it shows how netcat works. In the following examples it is assumed that the machine that creates the listening socket (server) has the 192.168.0.1 IP address. So, create the chat server on this machine and set it to listen to 3333 TCP port

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Certified Secure - Checklists

https://www.certifiedsecure.com/checklists/

Saved by uncleflo on June 27th, 2017.

Certified Secure exists to encourage and fulfill the growing interest in IT security knowledge and skills. We stand for openness, transparency and the sharing of knowledge. The Certified Secure Checklists are a perfect example of this belief.

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Infinote Protocol

http://www.infinote.org/

Saved by uncleflo on June 23rd, 2017.

This site describes the Infinote protocol as currently implemented by libinfinity. It provides real-time collaborative editing of documents with the main focus being on collaborative plain text editing. In the meanwhile there are quite a few solutions out there, but all of them implement a different protocol and thus cannot be used with other tools. Our goal is to provide a flexible yet powerful open framework and clients for various environments that can interoperate with each other.

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Operational Transformation

http://operational-transformation.github.io/

Saved by uncleflo on June 23rd, 2017.

Software that lets you edit a shared document together with others over the internet can be really useful if you’re working in a team, especially a distributed one. Nowadays, there is a lot of web-based software for simultaneous collaborative editing, no matter if you’re working on rich-text documents, spreadsheets, presentations or source code. Let’s take a moment to define more precisely what we mean with the term realtime collaborative editing. What we want is that multiple people working at different computers can make changes to a document hosted on a server at any time. These changes are synchronized immediately with the other peers, in contrast to version control systems like Git, where one usually works on a feature all by oneself and eventually merges the changes back to the project. No client should have to communicate with the server or any other client before making a change. In particular, there is no need to acquire a lock from the server to make an edit and concurrent edits can occur. After all changes have been synchronized, every client should see the exact same document. It turns out that implementing this kind of real-time collaboration is far from trivial. The most common solution responds to the name Operational Transformation (usually abbreviated OT). It originated from a research paper published in 1989 but got more recently popularized by Google Wave. Today, it powers many collaborative editors such as.

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Operational Transformation library? Ask

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2043165/operational-transformation-library

Saved by uncleflo on June 23rd, 2017.

I'm looking for a library that would allow me to synchronize text in real-time between multiple users (ala Google Docs). I've stumbled upon Operational Transformation, which seems to fit my needs. Having said that, I understand the gist of OT, but not the math nor implementation of OT. Thus, I was wondering if there was a drag'n'drop Javascript library that would hook into a text area, generate the transforms, then allow me to apply those transformations onto another client? (I've gotten the Etherpad source, but I can't make head or tails out of it. If anyone could point out how to leverage on Etherpad's OT implementation, that'll be great too!)

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Yjs

http://y-js.org/

Saved by uncleflo on June 21st, 2017.

Yjs is a framework for offline-first p2p shared editing on structured data like text, richtext, json, or XML. It is fairly easy to get started, as Yjs hides most of the complexity of concurrent editing. For additional information, demos, and tutorials visit y-js.org.

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JavaScript and Scala Implementations of WOOT

https://bitbucket.org/d6y/woot

Saved by uncleflo on June 21st, 2017.

Yjs is a framework for offline-first p2p shared editing on structured data like text, richtext, json, or XML. It is fairly easy to get started, as Yjs hides most of the complexity of concurrent editing. For additional information, demos, and tutorials visit y-js.org.

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Just Join Me to Make Difference with Screen Share

https://www.join.me/

Saved by uncleflo on May 15th, 2017.

As if video didn’t make meetings engaging enough, join.me offers video bubbles - simple, light, floating visual images of you and the people you are meeting. Users can view live video bubbles of one another during video-only meetings or while simultaneously sharing their screens. All our advanced audio features are included standard in your join.me PRO or BUSINESS license. This includes local conference numbers in the U.S. and 50+ countries, optional toll-free numbers, and audio controls for meeting hosts such as Active Speaker, Individual Mute and Roll Call. Plus, no matter how everyone joins the meeting, whether by phone or internet calling (VoIP), unlimited bridged audio conferencing means everyone will be on the same call, no matter how they got there!

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SequenceDiagram.org

http://sequencediagram.org/

Saved by uncleflo on May 15th, 2017.

SequenceDiagram.org is a completely free online tool for creating sequence diagrams. The graphic design is created by yusi.se. All processing of parsing and painting the diagram is done using javascript client side in the user's web browser. This not only makes it snappy to work with, but it also means that your secrets are safe. Since no backend server is used it is also possible to use the web application offline. There are many sequence diagram tools out there but this is the only one which allows you to: Script using a simple text notation when it is most convenient to do so, and Interact using your mouse to draw and change arrows or create notes when that is most convenient In other words bringing the best from both worlds. This makes it very easy to work with large diagram where other similar tools struggle. It also doesn't have any ads or unnecessary istracting elements. (Even the top bar can be hidden to maximize the working area). The source script of the diagrams can be save as text files directly to your hard drive or in the browsers local storage. There are also single click buttons to save the diagram in HQ png or LQ jpeg format. The size of the image depends on the current zoom level. If you want to share a diagram with others there is a URL share button available. It creates a link containing all the data of the diagram and can be sent to others so that they can view your diagram or keep working where you left off. The tool is developed and maintained by people who create a lot of sequence diagrams in their daily work and from efficiency point of view weren't 100% satisfied with the existing tools.

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The OAuth 1.0 Protocol

https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5849

Saved by uncleflo on May 5th, 2017.

OAuth provides a method for clients to access server resources on behalf of a resource owner (such as a different client or an enduser). It also provides a process for end-users to authorize third-party access to their server resources without sharing their credentials (typically, a username and password pair), using useragent redirections.

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