These are my links for 23 lug 2012 from 15:38 to 17:02:
- Graphvis visualisation of Nagios Config – Nagios Exchange – Graphvis visualisation of complex Nagios configs.
I have written a couple of utilities one to walk a nagios config tree and turn it into a perl hash (called nagparse)and another to use that hash converting the tree into a graphvis directed graph (called graphit). These are then brought together with a CGI program called explorenagios that lets you select what parts of the config to graph. If you have a non trivial config then showing it ALL in one graph is not fun!
You can use the two component programs on the command line too – and feed the output into dot (it has been optomised to make nice dot graphs) or one of the other engines like neato if you want to do some hacking of the output options.
It is now useful enough to be worth sharing. Not prefect yet but useful. Surprisingly fast.
- Findafont – Find a Font
Information about how to find a font you're looking for
- Switching from Red Hat Network to Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) – This document describes how to connect to the Oracle Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) to obtain software updates. It outlines the steps needed to switch a server installed with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 4 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server version 3, Update 8 or Update 9 from Red Hat Network(RHN) to Unbreakable Linux Network(ULN).
These are my links for 1 lug 2012 through 2 lug 2012:
- exljbris Font Foundry – Well crafted (free) fonts by Jos Buivenga
Welcome to Jos Buivenga's exljbris Font Foundry. Here you can find my [free] fonts.
Delicious, Fontin, Fontin Sans, Tallys, Fertigo Pro, Diavlo, Anivers, Museo, Museo Sans, Museo Sans Rounded, Museo Slab, Calluna, Calluna Sans & Geotica.
What's in this difficult to read and pronounce name? An ex libris is a label bearing the owner's name that is pasted usually on the inside cover of a book. My initials are ljb, so I that's how I came to my label: exljbris.
[ via fullo ]
- Tomato Firmware | polarcloud.com – Tomato is a small, lean and simple replacement firmware for Linksys' WRT54G/GL/GS, Buffalo WHR-G54S/WHR-HP-G54 and other Broadcom-based routers. It features a new easy to use GUI, a new bandwidth usage monitor, more advanced QOS and access restrictions, enables new wireless features such as WDS and wireless client modes, raises the limits on maximum connections for P2P, allows you to run your custom scripts or telnet/ssh in and do all sorts of things like re-program the SES/AOSS button, adds wireless site survey to see your wifi neighbors, and more.
[ via: https://twitter.com/mrfabbri/statuses/218321670593716225 ]
- Converting Windows Guests From VMWare ESX to KVM With Virtio Drivers | Backdrift – The below steps were tested while pulling my hair out trying to migrate a Windows 2k3 guest from VMWare ESX to KVM managed by libvirt, hopefully this will save you from much windows related pain and suffering.