Bookmarks for 24 ott 2013 through 13 nov 2013

These are my links for 24 ott 2013 through 13 nov 2013:

Bookmarks for 13 ago 2012 from 13:00 to 15:00

These are my links for 13 ago 2012 from 13:00 to 15:00:

  • Relaxing rain audio for work, play and sleep
  • Fake S3 – Save time, money, and develop offline « – Amazon S3 is a extremely powerful service at the core of Amazon Web Services. However, outside of a production environment, S3 can be challenging to work with. It involves passing keys around, provisioning user accounts, and a reliable network connection — not to mention it costs money.

    At Spool, we built Fake S3 to make working with S3 in development and testing environments much easier. Our goal was to make a self contained executable that can mimic the majority of S3 Rest API with few external dependencies.

  • fake-s3/jubos – FakeS3 is a lightweight server that responds to the same calls Amazon S3 responds to.
    It is extremely useful for testing of S3 in a sandbox environment without actually making calls to Amazon, which not only require network, but also cost you precious dollars.

    The goal of Fake S3 is to minimize runtime dependencies and be more of a development tool to test S3 calls in your code rather than a production server looking to duplicate S3 functionality. Trying RiakCS, ParkPlace/Boardwalk, or Ceph might be a place to start if that is your goal.

    FakeS3 doesn't support all of the S3 command set, but the basic ones like put, get, list, copy, and make bucket are supported. More coming soon.

Bookmarks for 24 mar 2012 through 5 apr 2012

These are my links for 24 mar 2012 through 5 apr 2012:

  • LINUX VPN server for Android | Zews.org – Fedora 15 used for VPN server
    VPN server is behid a firewall
    L2TP/IPSec PSK VPN so it would be compatible with all of my Android devices
    Punch a hole throuh you firewall.  I have an iptables firewall and use fwbuilder to edit the firewall rules.
  • Android L2TP/IPSec VPN mini-howto — BrainBlog – I would have preferred that my Android 1.6 device supported OpenVPN out of the box. Unfortunately, this is only available for rooted devices and a bit of suffering. Instead, I went for configuring IPsec inside L2TP VPN server. All of it stuffed into an old and low-end Soekris net4511 board running Voyage Linux.
  • How to set up a VPN server for Android Clients | Android Apps by Doenter Limited – Have problems with connecting your Android device to a VPN server? In this how-to, we intend to cover server configuration that are known to work with Android clients.

    You probably also need to configure firewalls and routing in order for the server to work as you intend. That is not covered here.

    This page is far from complete, and when time permits new configurations will be added.

  • Installation on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx (10.4) – OtterHub – OTRS Community Wiki – This article describes the installation of OTRS 3.0.x on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx (version 10.04 LTS).
  • UVK – Ultra Virus Killer – With simple and intuitive interface, UVK allows users to detect and delete all types of malware and spyware from infected systems. It also includes lots of tools to repair windows after the disinfection.