This script uses iptable forwarding and dnsmasq to share an internet connection with full relay of remote DNS servers and a local DHCP server. Before trying the script, here is the over all steps:
You connect to the internet in your normal fashion. For instance with a 3G dongle and …Read the rest of this entry »
There is a new book coming up with a very remarkable abstract, to be released on March 5, 2013:
In the very near future, â€œsmartâ€ technologies and â€œbig dataâ€ will allow us to make large-scale and sophisticated interventions in politics, culture, and everyday life. Technology will allow us to solve …Read the rest of this entry »
In case you need a quick way of getting rid of spammers on your apache server, use this method as a temporary solution until you find a better one.
Please take not that it will evaluate EVERY SINGLE REQUEST through a Deny policy in Apache's mod_access - it does not …Read the rest of this entry »
THIS DOES NOT WORK WITH APACHE SINCE IT DOES NOT USE /etc/hosts.deny - See this post instead
Use the following Python script to maintain a file in the hosts.deny syntax so that your Debian/Ubuntu box (or other Linux server) is kept undisturbed by forum spammers -- COMPLETELY undisturbed, as the …Read the rest of this entry »
I have a feedback tab that's blocking vital content on a website. Here's how to alter the style of the Uservoice Feedback Tab -- for instance the vertical offset: You have to insert this AFTER your widget js code, so that it will effectively overwrite the CSS declarations generated by …Read the rest of this entry »
Here's a simple addition to markItUp, that will prompt the user for a footnote number, a footnote text and then insert the number after the selection and the footnote text at the end of the full text. As handy extra feature, the plugin will save the previous entered footnote and …Read the rest of this entry »
This post is for everyone who's realized that Django power does not come from the ability to easily write all the logic yourself -- rather it's the ability to integrate apps with each other, yet only messing about with your own source tree, and not the apps you've downloaded. And …Read the rest of this entry »
I did a Google search and since nothing came up, I'm writing this little tip on creating your own CMS by extending Django's flatpages. What's good about flatpages is that they're included in Django and has some basic code to get you started. But clearly they're not enough if you …Read the rest of this entry »
Here's your problem: You're working on different computers. Maybe because you're at school doing an assignment, maybe because you're at work making notes for tonights TV Schedule, maybe you own a KVM Switch or maybe because you're running back and forth doing system administration.
This is what you usually do: …Read the rest of this entry »