These are my links for 6 dic 2012 through 14 dic 2012:
Native Cisco VPN on Mac OS X – With Group Password Decoder! – The proprietary CiscoVPN Mac client is somewhat buggy. It is possible to use the IPSec VPN software included with Mac OS X instead. This tutorial shows you how to migrate from CiscoVPN to the native OS X IPSec VPN by decrypting passwords saved in CiscoVPN PCF files.
How to Run Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9 in Linux with or without Wine – How to Run Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9 in Linux with or without Wine Microsoft have a wonderfully long history of badly designed software that they're proudly continuing to this day with the abomination of IE 9 and the ghastly sham that is Windows 7. It's a tribute to the skills of the many hard-working marketing heads over at Redmond that despite the poor quality and the easy availability of superior cost-free alternatives, people the world over keep coming back to Microsoft like hookers on crack.
Welcome to perlmeme.org – perlmeme.org is a collection of Frequently Asked Questions, "How To" documents, and tutorials about the very cool Perl programming language. The documents cover a range of expertise levels. Some are suitable for beginners, others assume that you know some Perl already, and others cover advanced topics. If you're new to Perl, or even new to programming in general then perlmeme.org is a great place to start. However, there's plenty of in-depth material here as well.
IBM devscan tool – United States – The devscan tool is a supplemental tool used by AIX support personnel to gather debugging data for Storage Area Networks. The package download includes a manual page that is also available on this site at the Usage tab.
mysqlreport :: Make easy-to-read MySQL status reports – mysqlreport makes a friendly report of important MySQL status values. mysqlreport transforms the values from SHOW STATUS into an easy-to-read report that provides an in-depth understanding of how well MySQL is running. mysqlreport is a better alternative (and practically the only alternative) to manually interpreting SHOW STATUS.
Percona Online Tools – Welcome to Percona's suite of productivity tools for MySQL database administrators and developers. One free account lets you access all of the tools below, and keeps you updated when new tools or enhancements are available. Registration is required.
Optimize your MySQL Server: Leverage our expertise to create a good starting configuration for a MySQL server. This tool will walk you through all of the steps necessary to create a ready to use MySQL configuration file in about 5 minutes.
Analyze an SQL Query: Find out when your SQL is potentially buggy, hard for MySQL to optimize, or confusing. This tool will analyze your SQL code and warn you when it detects problems that we've encountered while optimizing thousands of queries in real applications.
ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host
Ubuntu Linux Resources – It's a collection of tutorials designed to help new Ubuntu users, in particular those coming from a Windows-using background.
PsPasswd – Systems administrators that manage local administrative accounts on multiple computers regularly need to change the account password as part of standard security practices. PsPasswd is a tool that lets you change an account password on the local or remote systems, enabling administrators to create batch files that run PsPasswd against the computers they manage in order to perform a mass change of the administrator password.
PsPasswd uses Windows password reset APIs, so does not send passwords over the network in the clear.
OneLook's reverse dictionary lets you describe a concept and get back a list of words and phrases related to that concept. Your description can be a few words, a sentence, a question, or even just a single word. Just type it into the box above and hit the "Find words" button. Keep it short to get the best results. In most cases you'll get back a list of related terms with the best matches shown first.
[ via http://blog.terminologiaetc.it/2012/09/04/onelook-reverse-dictionary/ ]
missing disks, dump devices, mirroring, etc. – Waldemar Mark Duszyk – Since, we are pretty much always learning …. Some of us on a more elementary, intermediate, or advanced level but regardless of the level we all always learn or re-learn (because what we have mastered we had an ample time to forget – not doing it for a while), here it is a reminder of how to deal with a volume group (in this case it is rootvg which for some reasons lost one of it disks. The loss could be a function of SAN, VIO or other event. It could be a permanent loss – a disk is dead, broken, no longer functioning or the loss was/is temporary in nature; AIX kernel detected a timeout (without any disk errors associated with device failure) long enough for the kernel to mark the disks missing.