Bookmarks for 29 gen 2013 through 4 feb 2013

These are my links for 29 gen 2013 through 4 feb 2013:

  • » Linuxaria – Everything about GNU/Linux and Open source Glances a new system-monitor tool – Glances is a free software (licensed under LGPL) to monitor your GNU/Linux or BSD operating system from a text interface. Glances uses the library libstatgrab to retrieve information from your system and it is developed in Python.

    So another top/htop clone ?

    Yes and no, an unique thing about glances that I’ve immediately seen is that you can configure thresholds in its configuration file and see the status of your system resources with colors that indicates if everything is fine or not, at a glance.

  • Glances by nicolargo – Glances is a CLI curses based monitoring tool for GNU/Linux and BSD OS.

    Glances uses the PsUtil library to get information from your system.

    It is developed in Python.

  • tholman/zenpen · GitHub – A minimal web based text editor for the modern man
  • RealOpInsight – Advanced Monitoring Dashboard Toolkit for Nagios, Zabbix, Icinga and other common open source monitoring systems – RealOpInsight is an advanced monitoring dashboard toolkit for Nagios, Zabbix, Icinga and other common open source monitoring systems such as GroundWork, Centreon, Shinken and op5 Monitor. Being business process-oriented, RealOpInsight is especially useful in challenging operations environments such as Network Operations Centers (NOC) and large data centers

Bookmarks for 17 mag 2012 through 18 mag 2012

These are my links for 17 mag 2012 through 18 mag 2012:

  • vikjon’s Linux and Media Center Howto: NSClient++ external vbs script to check MSSQL jobs – This script for NSClient++ checks if there is any failed jobs in MS SQL server. The database connection data is stored in a UDL file.
  • Mobile-OTP: Strong Two-Factor Authentication with Mobile Phones – Mobile One Time Passwords (Mobile-OTP)
    strong, two-factor authentication with mobile phones

    Using static passwords for authentication, as it is commonly done, has quite a few security drawbacks: passwords can be guessed, forgotten, written down and stolen, eavesdropped or deliberately being told to other people.
    A better, more secure way of authentication is the so called "two-factor" or "strong authentication" based on one time passwords. Instead of authenticating with a simple password, each user carries a device ("token") to generate passwords that are valid only one time.

    client for: Standard phone and BlackBerry (J2ME) iPhone Google Android Windows Phone 7 PalmOS webOS Maemo Openmoko Universal Web App Windows Linux MacOS

    Server-Side:
    Mobile-OTP Authentication Server (MOTP-AS)
    Full blown RADIUS server specifically for Mobile-OTP. include:
    - authenticating users by RADIUS (and optionally PAM or Apache)
    - SQL database for user/device configuration
    - Administration Web Interface

  • Open Monitoring Distribution – Wiki – OMD – Welcome to OMD – the Open Monitoring Distribution. OMD implements a completely new concept of how to install, maintain and update a monitoring system built on Nagios.

    OMD avoids the tedious work of manually compiling and integrating Nagios addons while at the same time avoiding the problems of pre-packaged installations coming with your Linux distribution, which are most times outdated and provide no regular updates.

    OMD bundles Nagios together with many important addons and can easily be installed on every major Linux distribution. We provide prebuilt packages for all enterprise Linux distributions and also for some other, such as Ubuntu 11.04.