Bookmarks for 7 ott 2010 through 20 ott 2010

These are my links for 7 ott 2010 through 20 ott 2010:

  • CSS + XHTML Table Generator | WebmasterCorey
  • Qink | Free Books – A lot of people keep asking about a good list of programming books. Hence, we are building this list to save your time and to spread the knowledge.<br />
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    Some of these books will definitely help us to evolve our coding skills and thought processes for developing better solutions. We will do our best to keep updating this list, hope you find this list useful, here we go[…]<br />
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    E' una raccolta di ebook gratuiti sulla programmazione.<br />
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  • SendSMTP – SendSMTP is a command-line SMTP mailer for Windows 95/98/ME/Windows NT4/2K/XP/2003/Vista/2008. It may be used in batch files or interactively.<br />
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    SendSMTP is designed to be as clear and easy-to-use as possible. Easily send properly-formatted email on-demand!
  • HOWTO: Install AIX – To my surprise many AIX administrators have never had the opportunity to actually install AIX from scratch. This article is for admins new to AIX and anyone else interested in what the steps are to install AIX. The screenshots are from install AIX 7.1 onto a partition using the ASCII interface.
  • Use socat as tcp forwarder on Windows and restrict a few hosts to connect to it – Objective: on the company LAN, only one Windows server is able to connect to smtp server, some other servers need to connect to smtp server as well<br />
    Environment: Windows 2000 server A with one NIC, another Windows 2000 server B will be connecting to A at port 25 to reach company smtp server

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