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KrazyWorks is a computer services company based in Delaware. We specialize in network design and security, data storage technologies, system monitoring and capacity planning.

Owner: ichmod444

Listed in: Technology

Language: English

Tags: networking, linux, unix, computers, security

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Latest Blog Posts for KrazyWorks

  • Kodi Volume Control Stops Working
    on May 22, 2016 in XBMC
    All of a sudden, when using the remote (either radio or IR), Kodi sound controls stop responding. The volume level does not change and the mute button doesn’t work. These are possible symptoms of an ...
  • VMWare VMDK Locked Error
    on May 21, 2016 in Virtualization
    So, being a Unix admin on-call for the week, I just spent half of my Saturday fixing a dead Windows VM. Very annoying. The best I can tell, the issue occurred during the snapshot operation. ...
  • Decrypting Mac Disk
    on May 20, 2016 in Disks and Volumes
    It is generally a good idea to use full-disk encryption, especially on a laptop. However, this becomes bothersome if you are trying to re-partition your disk, say, to make the system dual-boot. Here’s a quick ...
  • Useful Bash One-Liners
    on May 2, 2016 in Commands & Shells
    Here’s a small collection of loosely-organized shell one-liners that I kept googling from time to time and finally decided to save here.  ...
  • Monitoring NetBackup Daemons
    on Apr 27, 2016 in Backups Veritas
    Here’s an example of a script you can use to monitor NetBackup server daemons in a Linux environment. The main difficulty with keeping track of these services is that there are so many of them. ...
  • Using JTR to Crack Office Documents
    on Apr 22, 2016 in Security
    John the Ripper is a free multi-platform password-cracking software. This article is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to jtr, rather a quick how-to. Starting with version 1.7.9, jumbo patch 6, jtr supports password ...
  • Finding Prime Numbers
    on Apr 22, 2016 in Commands & Shells Featured
    I have no intention of competing with GIMPS. To me this is a fun scripting exercise that may produce useful results beyond this initial application. Our goal is to take a bunch of integers and ...
  • Counting Beer Calories
    on Feb 24, 2016 in Scripts
    Calories in beer come mainly from alcohol, unfermented sugar, and residual yeast. You’ve heard of the beer belly, but there’s nothing special about beer calories. A bottle of Heineken (150 calories) won’t make you any ...
  • Monitoring Application Network Connections
    on Feb 11, 2016 in Commands & Shells Processes
    A Java application on one of my servers has been causing problems by opening up too many network connections and now closing them quickly enough. I needed to be notified when the number of connections ...
  • Run Cron Jobs at Arbitrary Intervals
    on Jan 27, 2016 in Commands & Shells
    Current versions of cron support sophisticated syntax making creating weird schedules a breeze. With older versions of cron you normally had to schedule multiple jobs to fill every time slot in a complex schedule. The ...
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