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trailofbits/algo: Set up a personal IPSEC VPN in the cloud
Algo VPN is a set of Ansible scripts that simplify the setup of a personal IPSEC VPN. It uses the most secure defaults available, works with common cloud providers, and does not require client software on most devices.
linux  security  vpn 
april 2017 by Aetles
youtube-dl
youtube-dl is a small command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites. It requires the Python interpreter (2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+), and it is not platform specific. We also provide a Windows executable that includes Python. youtube-dl should work in your Unix box, in Windows or in Mac OS X. It is released to the public domain, which means you can modify it, redistribute it or use it however you like.
linux  python  video  youtube  download 
july 2015 by Aetles
Make
make is a widely used and valuable development tool. It's a "build" tool: it builds programs and documentation according to a "recipe". It could really be used for anything where someone edits some files, and then runs a series of processing steps to generate some other form from the edited files. For the most part, however, it's just used to build and install software. make has its origins in Unix somewhere, and these days each BSD project and the GNU project have their own version.

I often get the impression that many otherwise knowledgeable and skilled developers don't have more than rudimentary knowledge of make, and could benefit from a more solid understanding. I don't particularly blame them: make is certainly ancient and has odd syntax and quirks. So many developers do the minimum necessary to add their new sources to the build, and then go back to working on the actual code. Having a good build system and understanding how it works can make development and deployment of software much more pleasant, so I humbly suggest taking the time to really learn one.

This blog post is about using a subset of the features of GNU Make to write "good" build systems.
programming  make  gnu  linux  development  webdevelopment 
april 2015 by Aetles
BashPitfalls - Greg's Wiki
This page shows common errors that Bash programmers make.
bash  linux  programming  tips 
october 2014 by Aetles
Web Hosting For App Developers – Marco.org
Running your own servers really isn’t hard. Most developers reject the idea outright without even trying because it’s unfamiliar and intimidating. It’s considered an extreme, horrible, unfathomable situation that must be avoided at all costs, usually by people who have never tried it.

But that’s a fallacy. There’s a learning curve and necessary integration work for every back-end option, from iCloud and Dropbox to your own colocated servers. AWS, Azure, Heroku, App Engine, Parse, and similar services aren’t free, easy, or automatic. (Neither is “scaling” with them, regardless of what you’ve heard.) Hosted infrastructure is like sync: it has a minimum, unavoidable level of complexity to accommodate. You can’t just check a box or set a BOOL and have it all taken care of for you.

If you’re going to invest your time into learning any of these options, you might as well learn the timeless one that’s most likely to survive every acquisition, language, trend, and paradigm shift: basic Linux server administration.
hosting  linux  web  webdevelopment 
march 2014 by Aetles
Mosh: the mobile shell
Remote terminal application that allows roaming, supports intermittent connectivity, and provides intelligent local echo and line editing of user keystrokes.

Mosh is a replacement for SSH. It's more robust and responsive, especially over Wi-Fi, cellular, and long-distance links.

Mosh is free software, available for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, Mac OS X, and Android.
linux  osx  mac  ssh  terminal 
january 2013 by Aetles
Two Factor SSH with Google Authenticator
Last week, Google enabled two factor authentication for everyone. This article explains how to install and configure Google Authenticator in conjunction with SSH for two factor authentication. Two-factor authentication relies on something you know (a password) and something you have (your phone).
google  linux  security  ssh  twostepverification 
august 2012 by Aetles
Turn an Old Computer into a Networked Backup, Streaming, or Torrenting Machine with Ubuntu
You've heard the word "server" thrown around a lot, but usually in the context of web sites or big companies that have a lot of data to store. In reality, a server can be just as useful in your home. In this guide, we'll walk through how to create your own server at home that you can put in the closet and leave on 24/7, ready to do any streaming, downloading, or backup you might need at a moment's notice.
linux  server  backup  mediaserver 
june 2012 by Aetles
An Interview With Linus Torvalds | TechCrunch
Together with CPU’s often being “fast enough” I would expect that the macbook air kind of formfactor becomes way more of a norm than it used to be. Apple was ahead of the curve, and I absolutely have higher expectations of the hardware I use than the average user probably does, but at the same time I’m convinced that the notebook market will finally get where I think it should be. Sure, some people will still want to use the big clunkers, but making a good thin-and-light machine is simply not going to be the technical expensive challenge it used to be.

In other words, we’ll take the whole Macbook Air formfactor for granted in a few years. It’s been done, it used to be pretty revolutionary, it’s going to be pretty standard.

It *did* take a lot longer than I thought it would take, admittedly. I’ve loved the thin-and-lights for much longer than the Macbook Air has existed. It’s not like Apple made up the concept – they just executed well on it.
linux  linustorvalds  apple  macbookair 
april 2012 by Aetles
briancarper.net (λ) - Keeping bash history in sync on disk and between multiple terminals
PROMPT_COMMAND lets you specify a command that bash will run every time it shows you a fresh command prompt, i.e. every time you run a command and the command finishes. So the above tells bash to read any new lines that have appeared in ~/.bash_history since the last time it read it, and then append the last-run command from this terminal to ~/.bash_history, every time you run a command.

So now, if you type a command in one terminal, and want to access it via the history of another terminal, run a command in the other terminal (or just hit Enter) to trigger PROMPT_COMMAND, and then your history will be nicely up-to-date and synchronized with any other terminals you have open. Almost certainly, you'll never notice the tiny bit of overhead caused by bash constantly reading and writing to ~/.bash_history.

See man bash for more info on the history builtin.
bash  history  linux  tips 
march 2012 by Aetles
Linux Command Line tips that every Linux user should know.
Below is the collection of Linux command line tips which I’ve found useful for Linux users. To get more information about the command mentioned below just open your terminal and type man <command>.
bash  command  linux  terminal 
february 2012 by Aetles
» Linuxaria – Everything about GNU/Linux and Open source How to run commands in the background
Suppose you have a long-running task (for example, compiling a large program) that you need to run, but you also want to get some other work done. Linux lets you start a task in the background and keep on doing other things from the command prompt.

We will see in this article how to send commands in the background, then return them to the foreground, and make sure that also closing the current shell or terminal the process doesn’t remains tied to the session but continue to work.

An alternative to these command is using screen, as read in a former article, but now let’s seethe command bg and the spacial character &
linux  terminal  commandline 
january 2012 by Aetles
SSH Can Do That? Productivity Tips for Working with Remote Servers | Smylers [blogs.perl.org]
SSH has many features which are helpful when working regularly with files on remote servers; together they can give a vast increase in productivity over the bare use of SSH. If you regularly use SSH, it’s worth spending a little time learning about these and configuring your environment to make your life easier.
ssh  linux  terminal 
august 2011 by Aetles
Freevo
En open-source-plattform för hemmabio-pc (htpc) som körs på Linux.
htpc  media  center  linux  sourge  forge  Hembio 
january 2005 by Aetles
Ubuntu Linux
En ny linuxdistrubution som fått lovord (bland annat vann den Best Distribution, Best Community och Best Newcomer 2004 hos Ars Technica).
linux  open  source  Mac 
january 2005 by Aetles

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