These are my links for 23 lug 2012 from 14:20 to 14:37:
Nagrestconf README – What is Nagrestconf? Nagrestconf is a REST interface and configuration GUI for Nagios. Nagrestconf is written in Bash and PHP. Specifically, Nagrestconf: allows Nagios configuration files to be written using a REST api. allows the server to be restarted using the REST api. provides a configuration Web GUI built on the REST api. It can be useful for: Bulk loading Bulk editing Automation Catching common configuration mistakes Configuration Delegation (using additional tools) Distributed monitoring (using additional tools) Not all of the Nagios directives are implemented, refer to the Status section.
Oracle Linux: A better alternative to CentOS – We firmly believe that Oracle Linux is the best Linux distribution on the market today. It's reliable, it's affordable, it's 100% compatible with your existing applications, and it gives you access to some of the most cutting-edge innovations in Linux like Ksplice and dtrace.
But if you're here, you're a CentOS user. Which means that you don't pay for a distribution at all, for at least some of your systems. So even if we made the best paid distribution in the world (and we think we do), we can't actually get it to you… or can we?
We're putting Oracle Linux in your hands by doing two things:
We've made the Oracle Linux software available free of charge We've created a simple script to switch your CentOS systems to Oracle Linux We think you'll like what you find, and we'd love for you to give it a try.
configure time service on AIX host – Waldemar Mark Duszyk – First, you have to decide/select the appropriate devices to be your time providers. It could be one or more “official/public” time servers or maybe your routers. When you decide what these servers are you should validate that they deliver what you need and that you are (your host) is capable to receive and use what is delivered.
These are my links for 19 lug 2010 through 21 lug 2010:
portablelinuxapps – PortableLinuxApps provides portable applications for Linux that you can carry around and use on every Linux computer running one of the supported major distributions.<br /> <br /> [via http://www.dynamick.it/portablelinuxapps-applicazioni-pronte-alluso-3026.html]
phpvirtualbox – A web-based VirtualBox front-end written in PHP – An open source, AJAX implementation of the VirtualBox user interface written in PHP. As a modern web interface, it allows you to access and control remote VirtualBox instances. Much of its verbage and some of its code is based on the (inactive) vboxweb project.<br /> <br /> phpVirtualBox was created for people (like me) who prefer not to have to log in to their headless VirtualBox host to administer their virtual machines.<br /> <br /> [via http://lifehacker.com/5590935/phpvirtualbox-manages-your-virtual-machines-remotely]
OpenStack Open Source Cloud Computing Software – What the software does: The goal of OpenStack is to allow any organization to create and offer cloud computing capabilities using open source software running on standard hardware. OpenStack Compute is software for automatically creating and managing large groups of virtual private servers. OpenStack Storage is software for creating redundant, scalable object storage using clusters of commodity servers to store terabytes or even petabytes of data.<br /> <br /> via http://www.ossblog.it/post/6525/la-nasa-e-rackspace-rilasciano-openstack-su-launchpad
multicd.sh – multicd.sh is a shell script designed to build a multiboot CD image containing many different Linux distributions and/or utilities.
The avantages to making a CD with this script are:
You don't need to burn multiple CDs for small distributions. If you already have the ISO images, it is not necessary to download them again. When a new version of one of the distributions is released, you can simply download the new version and run the script again to build a new multiboot image.