….Ads in Apps?
On every Android Smartphone but also in toilet paper… Open Source toilet paper?
The kindle’s battery lasts very long up to 18 hours. It has no camera but wifi and a microphone. You can not take out the battery and you can apparently NOT switch it off. I tried it – when you […]
Gold – cash – electrons – magnetic fields really? Is that how mankind pays its bills? At ever higher risks of things getting hacked or stolen. Imho this is not making life easier – it is making it more complicared […]
after horrible experiences with an AVM Wifi Stick (it just restarts every 30 seconds… this is a HARDWARE problem not a software problem! it shows the same behavior under windows… shame on AVM) i thought: Why can’t i use this […]
Andrew Mallett also on twitter apparently… 😀 pretty complete video series on LPIC1 FOR FREE ONLINE ON YOUTUBE 🙂 GOOD JOB MR MALLETT! 🙂 THANKS! LPIC2 not so much… you will have to pay for it 🙂 Andrew is an […]
nginx can be used as webserver, web-proxy and even mail-proxy. „Apache ist aufgrund seiner Architektur und Arbeitsweise doch eher der Traktor unter den Webservern.“ X-D (src) let me try to translate: „Apache is due to its architecture and functioning rather […]
add value. creating a better world by free software + develop some degree of consciousness = adds value for all life on the planet. this is what software development is all about. whatever makes reaching this goal easier/better is welcome. […]
according to https://w3techs.com/technologies/overview/web_server/all apache(2 i guess) is still the dominant webserver on the internet with a market share of 50%. src: https://trends.builtwith.com/web-server according to builtwith.com it is „only“ 40% market share for the apache(2) webserver. also most sites are running […]
Bezieht sich auf Android 6 Beanstalk.
btrfs is used by SUSE12 for the /root partition – where it is doing daily snapshots of the installed OS. It has more functionality built-in than just storing files. This article wants to take btrfs for a test-drive. Video Tutorials: […]
„You will constantly have to fight for even the most basic of rights – and build your own infrastructure – or your government will spy on you and lobbyists try to take away your freedoms.“ Watch this video and this: […]
teaching Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Department of Informatics, University of Zurich Formal Methods for Computer Science II, Teaching Assistant, Fall Term 2013 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence: The ShanghAI Lectures, Teaching Assistant, Fall Term 2012 Institute of Embedded Systems, Zurich University of […]
lol https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v1.0/CHANGES CHANGES since 0.99 patchlevel 15: – removed all the bugs, of course. – networking fixes. – more changes than I really wanted.. CHANGES since 0.99 patchlevel 14: – too many to count, really. Besides, I’ve lost my notes. […]
to be honest… i find all of those meassurement tools too complicated to install. they probably all have their validity – but why not simply do it like this: given that you have a webserver installed and the web-root is […]
in terms of security all i can say – stick to the UNIX principles of keeping things as „simple and beautiful“ as possible. Simplification – redesign and rewriting complex grown structures always pays of in terms of efficiency and security. […]
adding printers in with the system-config-printer wizard dialog under linux debian gnome2 mate with cups nowadays used to work quiet well as you can see here… apt-get update; apt-get install iceweasel; # without browser you can not access the cups […]
The X11 Window System Developer(s) X.Org Foundation Initial release 6 April 2004; 13 years ago Stable release 1.19.3 / 15 March 2017; 2 months ago Repository http://cgit.freedesktop.org/xorg/xserver, git://anongit.freedesktop.org/git/xorg/xserver, git://anongit.freedesktop.org/xorg/xserver Written in C Operating system Cross-platform Size 3.7 MiB Available in English Type Display […]
naming why is a shell called a shell? after all it’s just a program 😀 call it program then 😀 kernel = core, shell = surrounding the core, interaction with the core. a shell is also a runtime-environment – a […]
a hacked e-mail account is a catastrophe – look at Hillary. telnet dwaves.de 25; # a simple telnet tells you that this server is running Trying 188.8.131.52… Connected to dwaves.de. Escape character is ‚^]‘. 220 dwaves.de ESMTP Exim 4.XX_X Tue, […]
passwd -l maria; # disables account maria passwd: password expiry information changed. grep maria /etc/shadow maria:!$6$w9DaelrP$/tJiXC2PU0B.XOupP0sFTySis5VfkMwv0DnoFy3.d.nC8gXJU.DSbU0Uryyex40P67keCFoQuxEjZ8RD9kDGU0:17325:0:99999:7::: passwd -u maria; # enable account maria passwd: password expiry information changed. /etc/passwd grep /bin/bash /etc/passwd; # output all interactive user accounts that use […]
Warning! while gpg is very likely sound and solid encryption – what is far more likely to be compromised is YOUR HARDWARE – every network card – wifi card – usb UMTS G3 modem – PCI-Card – contains enough RAM […]
i assume you have setup public-private-key-authentication and tested its workings. run local scripts remotely You can run local scripts remotely by executing bash on the remote system and feeding it your script ssh user@host ‚bash -s‘ < script.s sftp kick […]
the DNS system is basically the yellow pages – the phone book of the internet or any network. starting of as a single file (/etc/hosts) – to a world wide self-synchronizing system – that has grown over decades – meaning […]
If you need XDebug + Eclipse look here (allows step-debugging of your php code very very nice 🙂 . (slightly more complicated setup) lighttpd is „just as good“ as apache2 – except – it does not support .htaccess. 🙁 But […]
looks different in every distro… Debian8 root@debian:~# uname -a; # tested on Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.43-2 (2017-04-30) i686 GNU/Linux root@debian:~# ll /etc/X11/ total 72K drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4.0K Jun 2 15:39 app-defaults -rw-r–r– 1 root root […]
Everything in Linux is presented as files and folders – even devices – even your printer. And that is also how almost everything is read-write-accessed – as files. /dev, /proc and /sys are „virtual (pseudo) filesystems“ (not existing on harddisk, […]
article was merged with: http://dwaves.de/2017/05/16/linux-bash-terminal-howto-string-text-processing-examples/
Yay! There are now 3500 Linux games on Steam https://t.co/AMTnssOUVQ i wonder if you can play all android(java) games on a PC as well?