These are my links for 17 gen 2014 through 20 gen 2014:
- PCE.js Classic Mac OS in the Browser – PCE Macplus emulator running Mac OS System 7
- Modoboa – Mail hosting made simple – Modoboa is a mail hosting and management platform including a modern and simplified Web User Interface. It provides useful components such as an administration panel or a webmail. Modoboa is modular: use only the features you need and build a customized environment. Its goal is to become a standalone solution, no need to use heterogeneous software anymore! Modoboa is for everyone: administrators or end-users, it makes your life easier!
- csshx – Cluster SSH tool for Mac OS X Terminal.app – Google Project Hosting – csshX is a tool to allow simultaneous control of multiple SSH sessions. csshX will attempt to create an SSH session to each remote host in separate Terminal.app windows. A master window will also be created. All keyboard input in the master will be sent to all the slave windows.
These are my links for 6 dic 2012 through 14 dic 2012:
- Native Cisco VPN on Mac OS X – With Group Password Decoder! – The proprietary CiscoVPN Mac client is somewhat buggy. It is possible to use the IPSec VPN software included with Mac OS X instead. This tutorial shows you how to migrate from CiscoVPN to the native OS X IPSec VPN by decrypting passwords saved in CiscoVPN PCF files.
- How to Run Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9 in Linux with or without Wine – How to Run Internet Explorer 7, 8 and 9 in Linux with or without Wine
Microsoft have a wonderfully long history of badly designed software that they're proudly continuing to this day with the abomination of IE 9 and the ghastly sham that is Windows 7. It's a tribute to the skills of the many hard-working marketing heads over at Redmond that despite the poor quality and the easy availability of superior cost-free alternatives, people the world over keep coming back to Microsoft like hookers on crack.
- Welcome to perlmeme.org – perlmeme.org is a collection of Frequently Asked Questions, "How To" documents, and tutorials about the very cool Perl programming language.
The documents cover a range of expertise levels. Some are suitable for beginners, others assume that you know some Perl already, and others cover advanced topics.
If you're new to Perl, or even new to programming in general then perlmeme.org is a great place to start. However, there's plenty of in-depth material here as well.