Archivio tag: unix

Bookmarks for 18 nov 2010 through 22 nov 2010

These are my links for 18 nov 2010 through 22 nov 2010:

  • proXPN – Create a FREE VPN Account – Secure your internet connection … – What proXPN does…<br />
    upgrades your internet connection with VPN encryption<br />
    secures all types of connections from DSL and cable to 3G<br />
    gives you 100% private access to the internet<br />
    allows you to access content restricted to the United States<br />
    With proXPN nobody* can…<br />
    see the websites you visit<br />
    hijack your passwords, credit cards, or banking details<br />
    intercept and spy on your email, IMs, calls, or anything else<br />
    record your web history<br />
    run traces to find out where you live<br />
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    [via http://www.afhome.org/ ]
  • FREE VPN ACCOUNT | Best Free VPN Service – Yes, our VPN service is FREE! You pay nothing to use our high quality VPN service. Our service is maintained through the fund coming from advertisement and donation. Since we are expert in VPN service for many years, our service is extremely reliable and with high quality!<br />
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    [via http://www.afhome.org/ ]
  • 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error
  • FYI :: Operating Systems Release History :: Software Development … – Last updated: June 21, 2005<br />
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    The release history (below) includes the published dates (E&OE) when the vendor will withdraw product availability and support for various released versions of their respective operating systems. Knowing these dates in advance helps customers (e.g., system administrators) to plan and make informed IT decisions (such as operating system upgrades, software and hardware purchases, etc.).<br />
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    Similarly, application developers can respond proactively through adaptive maintenace, or at least be aware of (and thus, anticipate) inquiries about migration (e.g., environment differences), compatibility (e.g., APIs), and porting (e.g., 32-bit to 64-bit).<br />
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    Disclaimer: Please check with the vendor's web site for updates and program details (e.g., support options, service level, geographical differences, etc.).<br />
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    [Occhio che è aggiornata al 2005]

Bookmarks for 11 nov 2010 through 16 nov 2010

These are my links for 11 nov 2010 through 16 nov 2010:

  • FTTH look ahead — technologies & architectures – Abstract: We review the trade-offs, challenges and potentials of various FTTH architecture options<br />
    A presentation by Google
  • vitetris: Text-mode Tetris for Linux – vitetris is a terminal-based Tetris clone by Victor Nilsson. Gameplay is much like the early Tetris games by Nintendo. Features include:<br />
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    Configurable keys<br />
    Highscore table<br />
    Two-player mode with garbage<br />
    Network play<br />
    Joystick (gamepad) support on Linux or with Allegro<br />
    It has been tested on Linux, NetBSD and a few other Unix-like systems, and ported to Windows and DOS. Library dependencies are minimal (only libc is required), and many features can be disabled at compile-time.<br />
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    [ via http://www.skyflash.it/2010/11/vitetris-un-clone-di-tetris-per-il-terminale ]
  • Hacker’s Wisdom

Bookmarks for 20 ott 2010 through 2 nov 2010

These are my links for 20 ott 2010 through 2 nov 2010:

  • Software :: SendEmail – Send email with this free command line email client – SendEmail is a lightweight, command line SMTP email client. If you have the need to send email from a command line, this free program is perfect: simple to use and feature rich. It was designed to be used in bash scripts, batch files, Perl programs and web sites, but is quite adaptable and will likely meet your requirements. SendEmail is written in Perl and is unique in that it requires NO MODULES. It has an intuitive and flexible set of command-line options, making it very easy to learn and use.<br />
    SendEmail is licensed under the GNU GPL, either version 2 of the License or (at your option) any later version.<br />
    [Supported Platforms: Linux, BSD, OS X, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, & Windows XP]
  • 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error
  • openQRM | openQRM keeps your data center up and running – […] openQRM is the next generation, open-source Data-center management platform. Its fully pluggable architecture focuses on automatic, rapid- and appliance-based deployment, monitoring, high-availability, cloud computing and especially on supporting and conforming multiple virtualization technologies. openQRM is a single-management console for the complete IT-infra structure and provides a well defined API which can be used to integrate third-party tools as additional plugins. […]

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 />
    [via http://www.masayume.it/drupal/content/la-libreria-dello-sviluppatore ]
  • 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 smtp.domain.com.