Bookmarks for 24 set 2009 through 28 set 2009

These are my links for 24 set 2009 through 28 set 2009:

  • ProjectPier.org – ProjectPier is a Free, Open-Source, self-hosted PHP application for managing tasks, projects and teams through an intuitive web interface. ProjectPier will help your organization communicate, collaborate and get things done Its function is similar to commercial groupware/project management products, but allows the freedom and scalability of self-hosting. Even better, it will always be free.

    Via Tassoman

  • Linux Shell Scripting Tutorial – A Beginner’s handbook – This tutorial is a beginners handbook for new Linux users / Sys admins and school students studying Linux or computer science. This book is licensed under "Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike 3.0 Unported".
  • Enable multipath SAN booting with DS8000 and DMMP – Summary: Booting servers from storage area networks with multiple paths can provide significant benefits for the complex, modern data center environment — benefits such as improving availability and increasing your reach when it comes to easier management and maintainance and in providing reliability. To boot your Linux system from a SAN device, you'll need to set up a SAN boot operating system to your storage with multipath driver support; that's where this article comes in. The author will walk you through setting up a SAN-boot Linux system on the IBM System Storage DS8000 with the multipath function supported by the Device-Mapper MultiPath (DMMP) feature
  • tarpipe – tarpipe makes it easy to share content across different social media applications.

Bookmarks for 16 set 2009 through 19 set 2009

These are my links for 16 set 2009 through 19 set 2009:

  • Siti Web: la "legge comunitaria 2008′′ introduce nuovi obblighi per le … – Sono sempre più numerose le disposizioni di legge in materia di Internet e nuove tecnologie. Spesso, però, tali norme sono inserite in provvedimenti corposi e complessi e sono scritte in modo assai criptico; si tratta di fattori che pregiudicano la conoscenza e l’intellegibilità delle norme da parte di chi è chiamato ad applicarle[…]L’art. 42 Legge n. 88/2009, infatti, modificando l’art. 2250 del Codice Civile, introduce nuovi obblighi di comunicazione via Web per le imprese; le società per azioni, le società in accomandita per azioni e le società a responsabilità limitata che dispongono “di uno spazio elettronico destinato alla comunicazione collegato ad una rete telematica ad accesso pubblico” devono fornire – attraverso tale mezzo – le seguenti informazioni[…]
  • Process Backtrace per gli script Bash: sctrace.sh (Linux) – […] In altre parole, dato uno script volevo conoscere il suo “backtrace“, a livello di processi…[…]
  • AIX user and group administration – Summary: Dive into the configuration files behind users and groups in IBM® AIX®, as well as command-line tools designed to help manage the users and groups easily[…]
    Ecco! Abbasso smitty!

Bookmarks for 14 set 2009 through 16 set 2009

These are my links for 14 set 2009 through 16 set 2009:

  • Creare un proprio Tracker BitTorrent in pochi istanti e a costo zero su Google App Engine | Nothing2Hide – […]Normalmente un server tracker necessita di un elevato quantitativo di banda nonché di stabilità e scalabilità, caratteristiche che su un normale servizio di hosting avrebbero costi molto elevati. Esiste però un’alternativa assolutamente gratuita che mette a disposizione tutte queste caratteristiche: si tratta di Google App Engine[…]

    Un tracker in 4kb di codice python da far girare su google app engine… Fantastico

  • Returning Values from Bash Functions | Linux Journal – […]Bash functions, unlike functions in most programming languages do not allow you to return a value to the caller. When a bash function ends its return value is its status: zero for success, non-zero for failure. To return values, you can set a global variable with the result, or use command substitution, or you can pass in the name of a variable to use as the result variable. The examples below describe these different mechanisms.

    Although bash has a return statement, the only thing you can specify with it is the function's status, which is a numeric value like the value specified in an exit statement. The status value is stored in the $? variable. If a function does not contain a return statement, its status is set based on the status of the last statement executed in the function. To actually return arbitrary values to the caller you must use other mechanisms[…]
    E funziona anche con la korn!!!

  • Unix Sed Tutorial: Printing File Lines using Address and Patterns – Let us review how to print file lines using address and patterns in this first part of sed tutorial.

    We’ll be posting several awesome sed tutorials with examples in the upcoming weeks.