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Stefan / BuGit · GitLab
BuGit is an issue tracking system (or bug tracking system) that stores its data in a Git repository in such a way that not only is it
possible to work offline, but the conflict resolution needed when sync'ing concurrent modifications is 99% performed automatically by Git itself rather than by BuGit (or by hand). To that end, most of the info is not stored in files but in Git's metadata and in file names instead.
kb_cpu  tools 
22 days ago by rootis0
Introduction to Linux interfaces for virtual networking - RHD Blog
In this post, I will give a brief introduction to all commonly used virtual network interface types. There is no code analysis, only a brief introduction to the interfaces and their usage on Linux. Anyone with a network background might be interested in this blog post. A list of interfaces can be obtained using the command ip link help.
kb_cpu  linux  networking  documentation  tools 
22 days ago by rootis0
AppImage/AppImageKit -- GitHub
The AppImage format is a format for packaging applications in a way that allows them to run on a variety of different target systems (base operating systems, distributions) without further modification.
kb_cpu  linux  tools 
28 days ago by rootis0
Awesome Ruby
A categorized community-driven collection of awesome Ruby libraries, tools, frameworks and software. The essential Ruby to build modern Apps and Web Apps.
kb_cpu  ruby  programming 
4 weeks ago by rootis0
Gitea - Git with a cup of tea
A painless self-hosted Git service. Gitea is a community managed fork of Gogs, lightweight code hosting solution written in Go and published under the MIT license.
kb_cpu  git  unix 
7 weeks ago by rootis0
DanielDe/org-web -- GitHub
org-mode on the web, built with React, optimized for mobile, synced with Dropbox and Google Drive [https://org-web.org]
kb_cpu  emacs 
7 weeks ago by rootis0
neutrinolabs/xrdp -- GitHub
xrdp: an open source RDP server
kb_cpu  linux  tools 
8 weeks ago by rootis0
PiPod | Hackaday.io
This is a portable music player based on a Raspberry Pi Zero. The first version was made using common modules this made it quite a mess, big and fragile. That's why I designed a PCB for it that has all the electronics on it. The music player interface uses VLC as backend for playback and Pygame as frontend.
kb_cpu  hardware  raspberry_pi 
10 weeks ago by rootis0
CLI: improved
Over the years my command line habits have improved and I often search for smarter tools for the jobs I commonly do. With that said, here's my current list of improved CLI tools.
kb_cpu  linux  macos  bash  tools 
10 weeks ago by rootis0
A Grownup's Guide to Minecraft and Writing Minecraft Mods
Minecraft is a good-natured indie game that's like a cross between Lego, Doom, and Second Life, but with chickens, pigs, and zombies. Its graphics are enthusiastically low quality - kind of like South Park's, but blockier - and in exchange for the low quality, the world is totally editable in-game. It's all the rage among boys 9 and up.
kb_cpu  minecraft  programming  documentation  tutorial 
11 weeks ago by rootis0
A Road to Common Lisp / Steve Losh
One disclaimer up front: this is a road to Common Lisp, not the road to Common Lisp. It’s what I followed (without some of the dead ends) and has a lot of my personal opinions baked in, but it is by no means the only way to learn the language.
kb_cpu  lisp  programming 
11 weeks ago by rootis0
firstlookmedia/gpgsync -- GitHub
GPG Sync is designed to let users always have up-to-date public keys for other members of their organization (Also an example of Mac & Linux programing of Python + Qt)
kb_cpu  linux  mac  osx  qt  python  encryption 
11 weeks ago by rootis0
Serverless (offline-first, merge-friendly) Information Tracker
kb_cpu  web  server  tool 
august 2018 by rootis0
Windows Command-Line: Introducing the Windows Pseudo Console (ConPTY) – Windows Command Line Tools For Developers
In this, the fourth post in the Windows Command-Line series, we'll discuss the new Windows Pseudo Console (ConPTY) infrastructure and API - why we built it, what it's for, how it works, how to use it, and more.
kb_cpu  windows  linux 
august 2018 by rootis0
How I made my own WireGuard VPN server | TechCrunch
On your Mac, you need to install WireGuard using Homebrew (brew install wireguard-tools). You can then move the myvpnserver.conf file to /etc/wireguard/ on your hard drive and connect using a simple command line (“wg-quick up myvpnserver” and “wg-quick down myvpnserver”).
kb_cpu  web  security  documentation 
august 2018 by rootis0
André Staltz - A plan to rescue the Web from the Internet
Novel peer-to-peer protocols such as IPFS and Dat help replace HTTP and make the Web a content-centered cyberspace. This way the link to an image can be something like QaPdNnDWRLF1b – a so-called hash of the image, summarizing it – instead of mywebsite.com/pic.jpeg so that even if mywebsite.com servers are removed, you can still get the image by fetching it from any computer that has stored QaPdNnDWRLF1b.
kb_cpu  web 
august 2018 by rootis0

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