A WYSIWYG ebook editor. http://ur1.ca/5kucn
READ_IT: An Illustrated Guide to SSH Agent Forwarding http://ur1.ca/3ss97
It seems that i now like #selinux ! wtf is going on with me ? I shall not be a redhat fun boy.
#Redhat’s Legal still refuses to include Elliptic Curve algorithms in openssl due to patent concerns,bug 319901, but rfc6090 is from Feb2011
http://www.mboxgrep.org/ is a small utility that scans a mailbox for messages matching a regular expression
http://winswitch.org/ is a tool which allows you to display running applications on other computers than the one you start them on
Google Drive: http://ur1.ca/93cnt
CDE: Automatically create portable Linux applications http://ur1.ca/93c2s
To use cacert crt into openvpn: cat root.crt class3.crt > cacert.crt #cacert
If you are using webdav through httpd over selinux, you must run: chcon -R -t httpd_var_lib_t /opt/webdav/ #selinux tip
My new @edisat VPS 1 CPU: 2533.238 Mhz RAM: 1020796 kB Disk /dev/vda: 12.9 GB 2 IPs 1 year 160€ AWESOME !
The Int Euro Conference on Parallel & Distributed Computing 2012 on Rhodes Island, Greece, August 27th till 31st http://ur1.ca/91oe1
changing ssh port leads to selinux permission denied. sshd dont start and you have been locked away from your own system.
In 1993 by Richard WM Jones http://ur1.ca/8y2tt
As you may already know, you can install a 32bit linux distribution into a 64bit machine.
Many people are keep telling me, that they are still using a 32bit installation cause of some (not always opensource) applications which havent yet built up for 64bit kernel.
Lately i came into a same experience, when trying to access my android mobile through a usb, using google’s android platform tool: adb.
Android SDK has only a 32bit flavor.
Many distros support multi-lib (libraries) repositories that you can add to your linux box and use 32bit libs & applications inside your 64bit installation.
Of course this method isnt only for 32bit but also if you want to have different versions of the same shared object and dont want to rebuild your packages.
I find this method a lot messy and i dis-approve setups like that.
The alternative method is to use GNU’s core utility: chroot.
Change root directory (run command or interactive shell with special root directory) is extremely easy to setup. Till now perhaps you have listened that chroot is to jail exposed services, but in fact you can build your own environments for clean development or testing applications or whatever you have thought.
You dont even need to have an extra partition or even reboot your linux box!
The archlinux package manager aka pacman has a “root device” parameter so in fact you can create a new chroot archlinux enviroment like adding a new package in your existing linux box!
With the below script you will setup a new 32bit enviroment into your archlinux machine:
export ROOT=/arch32 mkdir -pv $ROOT/var/cache/pacman/pkg/ $ROOT/var/lib/pacman/ pacman -v --arch i686 -r $ROOT --noconfirm -Sy base mount --bind /dev $ROOT/dev mount --bind /proc $ROOT/proc mount --bind /sys $ROOT/sys chroot $ROOT
If you need to open gui apps from your chroot env, you must type:
from your primarly OS.
Create a #chroot 32bit environment inside your 64bit #archlinux http://goo.gl/BcAFX
Android NAND dump # nanddump -f system.yaffs /dev/mtd/mtd3
short presentation about SPICE: http://ur1.ca/8wwvh #virtualization
no i cant! #archlinux encrypt hook looks for a (one) cryptdevice