Bookmarks for 5 gen 2012 through 25 gen 2012

These are my links for 5 gen 2012 through 25 gen 2012:

  • MySQL permissions for backup | OpenConcept Mobile Site – It's a really good idea to use a least-privilege approach to most system administration tasks, and especially automated ones. This post describes using a "read only" MySQL user to handle backing up MySQL databases.

    We use mysqldump to backup our databases on a regular basis, using scripts like this one

  • MuckNet » Blog Archive » MySQL Permissions for backup using mysqldump and/or ec2-consistent-snapshot – Using root for your MySQL backups is a bad idea boys and girls. You should dedicate a user to doing your backups. Below are a few options for setting up minimum permissions for your dedicated mysql backup user

    [memento mori]

  • Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware | Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware – Software made the wiki way. – What is Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware? Tiki is a powerful, web-based application, created by a large team of contributors. Tiki is the ideal tool for you to build and maintain your Website/Wiki/Groupware/CMS/Forum/Blog/Bug Tracker or any other project you can imagine running in your browser window.

    Tiki is free, both Free Software (as in "Free Speech") and Free of Charge (as in "Free Beer"), and for everyone! It has all the features you need "out-of-the-box":
    Wikis (like Wikipedia)
    Forums (like phpBB)
    Blogs (like WordPress)
    Articles (like Yahoo News)
    Image Gallery (like Flickr)
    Map Server (like Google Maps)
    Link Directory (like DMOZ)
    Multilingual (like Babel Fish)
    Bug Tracker (like Bugzilla)
    RSS Feeds (like Digg)
    Free Open Source software (LGPL)

    [ via http://www.gpaterno.com/2011/12/23/create-a-secure-intranetextranet-with-tikiwiki-and-securepass/ ]

  • Create a secure intranet/extranet with TikiWiki and SecurePass – Giuseppe Paternò – [...]
    In this market segment, there’s still a need for a secure corporate intranet with the need to exchange private information and files. Collaborative places, such as wikis, are perfect solutions to quickly achieve this goal without spending a fortune. I found TikiWiki (http://www.tiki.org/) to suit best in these environments: while extremely easy to use for an end-user through WYSYWIG editor, the complex permission system allow you to set each page access or even show/hide part of the page to a given group of users, which is unique if compared to other solutions
    [...]

Bookmarks for 11 feb 2010 through 12 feb 2010

These are my links for 11 feb 2010 through 12 feb 2010:

  • pwnat – NAT to NAT client-server communication – pwnat, pronounced "poe-nat", is a tool that allows any number of clients behind NATs to communicate with a server behind a separate NAT with *no* port forwarding and *no* DMZ setup on any routers in order to directly communicate with each other. The server does not need to know anything about the clients trying to connect.

    Via bufferOverflow

  • Unix File and Directory Permissions and Modes – Unix and Linux systems (including Mac OS X and other POSIX compliant systems) have a (relatively) simple system for controlling access to files and directories. This system is defined in POSIX.1:2008 standard external link, also known as the Single Unix Specification (SUS version 4). And since devices such as disks, ports, etc. have file names (under /dev) you control access to them the same way. (Note Windows systems up through Windows ME don't support permissions, just a "read only" attribute.)
  • Il pane, qui : A totanus in the net – Il pane qui si fa – ma non si cuoce – con la macchina del pane.
    La macchina, infatti, fa molto bene la parte faticosa di impastare, ma fa molto male la parte rilassante del dare forma e cuocere[...]

    Il grande Teo e la sua ricetta per il pane