Bookmarks for 21 giu 2013 through 24 giu 2013

These are my links for 21 giu 2013 through 24 giu 2013:

  • Base64 Decode and Encode – Online – Have to deal with Base64 format? Then this site is made for You! Use the super simple online form below to decode or encode Your data. If You're interested about the inner workings of the Base64 format, just read the detailed description at the bottom of the page. Welcome!
  • Simple Base64 Encode & Decode on Mac OSX / Linux with OpenSSL – Drew Morris – Looking for a fast and convenient way to Base64 encode / decode a given string using your Mac or Linux machine? You can do it using the pre-installed OpenSSL package.
  • – Below are instructions on how to test SMTP AUTH against a mail server using Telnet and entering the commands by hand. ( base64 via openssl: )
  • Two default routes – Linux has very advanced routing, filtering and traffic shaping options. Here is how to configure a system with two default routes.
  • Getting Started with Puppet – Hello World! | ScriptRock – As there’s a lot of interest out there in the various automation tools on offer I thought I’d do a series of blogs covering getting started on each. In particular I wanted to put them to the test regarding how simple it is to go from zero to “Hello World” *. This way I get to play the truly dumb user (not much of a stretch, I know), which is kinda fun too.

Bookmarks for 26 ott 2012 through 1 nov 2012

These are my links for 26 ott 2012 through 1 nov 2012:

  • – Stream video or music, whenever and wherever you want

    Do you want to stream video or audio from U.S.-based on-demand Internet streaming media providers but can't get in on the fun because you're living outside the U.S.? Fear not, you have come to the right place. Tunlr lets you stream content from sites like Hulu, MTV, CBS, ABC, Pandora and more to your Mac or PC. Want to watch HuluPlus on your iPad, AppleTV or XBox 360 even though you're not in the U.S.? Tunlr lets you do this.

  • Wifix – Non-technical version

    WiFix is a program that allows users to locate, download, compile and install the appropriate driver for their wireless card.

    Geek version

    WiFix is a community-built program that aims to be a modular program that provides users with an intuitive interface for installing wireless drivers. Although created for Linux in general and Ubuntu in particular, the design is intended to allow for usage on all Linux distributions and other platforms, such as BSD or even Windows, potentially using the same database tables. For example, archives used for installing NDIS-based drivers can work in any of these operating systems.

    When users run WiFix, their device information is submitted to our database, the PCI ID is stored, so that may locate the appropriate driver. When the same device id is queried again, the driver is retrieved and installed. In a sense, WiFix is a program by users, for users; every time someone uses it, it gets a little bit better.

  • 5115 Default Passwords from Open Sez Me! – 5115 Default Passwords for thousands of systems from 642 vendors!