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Owner: homeinrehoboth

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  • Login Monitor
    on Mar 6, 2015 in Commands & Shells Security
    Sometimes after a couple of beers I start feeling paranoid. I make sure the door is locked and check my firewall logs. Here’s a very basic script to monitor your server’s login record and notify you about ...
  • IMDB Lookup Script
    on Mar 5, 2015 in Commands & Shells Featured
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  • Salt Configuration Notes
    on Feb 25, 2015 in Commands & Shells Featured
    Here are just some random notes on installing and configuring salt-master and salt-minion services. I figured I better write this down before I forget. Most of this is covered in official documentation, but in a very nonchalant ...
  • Installing Salt Minion on RHEL5
    on Feb 19, 2015 in Commands & Shells
    As of recently, python26-distribute has been removed from EPEL5 due to lack of support and attempting to install salt-minion on RHEL5 will throw a dependency error. If you are still running RHEL5, you would need ...
  • Salt Snippets
    on Feb 17, 2015 in Commands & Shells Featured
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  • Late Night Rant #25b
    on Feb 17, 2015 in Web Design
    No sooner than I stopped complaining about HP’s “holy” Web site, I ran into a similar issue with Red Hat’s site. And that doesn’t happen very often. Unlike HP, Red Hat folks tend to take better ...
  • Late Night Rant #25: HP’s Web Site Fail
    on Feb 12, 2015 in Web Design
    I’ve already mentioned my dislike for the epic mess of broken links HP gingerly called its Web site. Nearly a year-and-a-half later the situation did not improve. Actually, it might have gotten worse. One would think ...
  • Memory Utilization-by-User
    on Feb 10, 2015 in Commands & Shells
    Here’s a useful one-liner (sort of) that will show you memory utilization details by user ID on Linux (RHEL, Fedora, CentOS) systems. This may come in handy when trying to figure out who is eating ...
  • Late Night Rant #24: North Korean Internet
    on Dec 22, 2014 in Security
    Today was the day the North Koreans would have learned they had the Internet and the Americans DDOSed it. Unfortunately, they had no Internet, poor bastards. But, as long as this keeps us entertained… Hey, ...
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