Bookmarks for 20 set 2010 through 23 set 2010

These are my links for 20 set 2010 through 23 set 2010:

  • Blungr.com | domain name generator – Are you looking for a domain name for your startup or project? Or maybe you are looking for your comapny name?<br />
    Try Blungr.com – a simple domain name generator. Just type one or two keywords, choose settings and mix them up! Also, you can check the domain availability. If it is available, you can purchase it!
  • 20+ .htaccess Hacks Every Web Developer Should Know About | DevMoose – [...] Apache's .htaccess(hypertext access) configuration file can be a very powerful tool in a web developer's toolkit if used properly. It can be found in the webroot of your server and can be easily edited using any text editor. In this article I'm going to show you 20 .htaccess hacks and how to use them.<br />
    Before I start with this article I'd like to start by saying that abusing the .htaccess file will hurt the performance of your website. The .htaccess file should only be used if you have no other way to achieve certain things.<br />
    Make sure to back up your current .htaccess file before applying any of the following hacks. [...]<br />
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    via http://www.bufferoverflow.it/
  • Keeping an eye on TSM volumes – [...] I wrote a quick script which tells me when volumes in TSM (Tivoli Storage Manager) have access and/or media issues and shoots me off an email. The script does two things:<br />
    1) Checks for volumes which are NOT in the states READWRITE or OFFSITE.<br />
    2) Checks for volumes which have a read/write error count >0.<br />
    I’m sure that most people running TSM in their environment have some sort of daily reporting that gets sent out. If that’s the case, you can simply extract the SQL from the script and use it in your own reporting tools.<br />
    [...]
  • Read Ruby 1.9: Free Ebook About the Ruby Programming Language – Very early draft of a book about version 1.9 of the Ruby programming language, released under a Creative Commons license.<br />
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    [via Bru Blogs Aggregator http://pipes.yahoo.com/codewitchbru/myblogs ]
  • Know Your UNIX System Administrator: A Field Guide – There are four major species of Unix sysad…<br />
    Esilarante :)

Bookmarks for 10 ago 2010 through 20 set 2010

These are my links for 10 ago 2010 through 20 set 2010:

  • The Lighter Side of the System Administration – Una raccolta, non troppo aggiornata, di umorismo informatico, geekerie, etc
  • Il Wireshark dei poveri – [...] Non avendo la minima voglia di installare Wireshark su un server così importante, mi sono deciso ad usare netstat. Dopo un po’ di tentativi ho usato la seguente sintassi [...]<br />
    <br />
    bello Beggiuccio mio
  • Mappare stampanti di rete con VBScript – Problematica semplice: una stampante di rete nuova, diversi PC che devono poterla utilizzare, non c’è kix che può aiutarmi ma c’è Active Directory con il suo Netlogon sempre valido. Dato che spiegare agli utenti come mapparsi una stampante potrebbe diventare una delle missioni più difficili di questo mondo e data l’urgenza della cosa, un piccolo trucco in VBScript può venire in soccorso per mappare tutto ciò che desideriamo in pochissimi secondi.
  • Extract Registry values from offline Registry file with RegFileExport – RegFileExport is a new command-line utility for advanced users that allows you to easily extract keys and values from offline Registry file located on external hard-drive and export them into a standard .reg file of Windows. RegFileExport doesn't load the file into a Registry hive like RegEdit, instead, it directly reads the Registry file and analyzes it.<br />
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    RegFileExport may also be able to extract keys and values from the Registry file even if the Registry file is corrupted and cannot be loaded by Windows<br />
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    [via http://www.bufferoverflow.it/]
  • 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error

Bookmarks for 3 ago 2010 through 7 ago 2010

These are my links for 3 ago 2010 through 7 ago 2010:

  • Vi Cheat Sheet
  • Unix KornShell memento – via http://delicious.com/jobadviser
  • 2004: L’ultimo sopruso degli editori: i DRM – Il blog di Chartitalia: – [Questo discorso è stato presentato originariamente al Gruppo di Ricerca di Microsoft e ad altre persone interessate della Compagnia, negli uffici di Redmond il 17 Giugno 2004.<br />
    Questo testo è dedicato al pubblico dominio, utilizzando una licenza Creative Commons - Public Domain Dedication.<br />
    Questa è una versione italiana iniziata da Luca Lizzeri, con contributi di Fruspo e Dinogen, e corretta dalla nostra redazione.]<br />
    <br />
    Me lo appunto qui che non lo trovato più
  • [ubuntu] How to install Windows 7 as a KVM Virtual Machine under Ubuntu … – Well one reason I do it is now I don't have to have a Dual Boot setup on my machine. <br />
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    Now I always boot into Ubuntu initially and if I need Windows running I just goto System Tools – Virtual Machine Manager (or the command line) to start up Windows XP, Vista or Win7. <br />
    <br />
    Once started it is running concurrently with my Ubuntu Linux so I can easily switch back & forth from Ubuntu to Windows while running applications in BOTH operating systems! <br />
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    Better than dual-boot where your choice is run one or the other but NOT both simultaneously.<br />
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    So whether you currently dual boot to WinXP, Vista or some other Operating System you can now use KVM on Ubuntu

Bookmarks for 2 ago 2010 from 17:06 to 17:14

These are my links for 2 ago 2010 from 17:06 to 17:14:

  • LasCon Storage – TSM Scripting Hints and Tips – Send offsite and recall Copy tapes <br />
    Free up tapes which are almost empty <br />
    Multiple macro commands <br />
    Exporting scripts <br />
    Updating Netware Client Passwords
  • LasCon Storage – TSM Administration – Tivoli is part of IBM, and they provide a suite of management products for distributed systems. TSM used to be called ADSM and works on the 'incremental backup forever' principle, which takes a bit of getting used to, compared to the more traditional 'weekly full backup and daily incremental' system. With TSM, you backup all your clients to one central data backup server. This makes administration a lot easier, but means you have to limit the amount of data you send over the network. That's why TSM needs to be incremental. A central database records all backup information, and can be used to recreate a whole server if necessary. TSM always keeps at least one backup of every on-line file.
  • Shan’s "Fix IT in 1 Minute!" UNIX Admin Blog – Welcome to "Fix IT in 1 Minute!" – Shan Jing's UNIX Administration blog. It covers Solaris, Linux, AIX, Web; Unix/TCP/IP Internal Programming (C/Python/Perl); TCP/IP Protocols and Services (DNS, NIS, Kerberos, LDAP, SSH, Openssl, etc.); Shell scripting,Perl /Web XML/DBMS SQL; Security & Intrusion Detection (nmap,snort); Enterprise Web Middleware and Backend: WebLogic/Tomcat/Java/JSP/Web Applications; Grid Computing, Python/Django Web Framework, etc.