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systemd - ArchWiki
systemd is a suite of basic building blocks for a Linux system. It provides a system and service manager that runs as PID 1 and starts the rest of the system. systemd provides aggressive parallelization capabilities, uses socket and D-Bus activation for starting services, offers on-demand starting of daemons, keeps track of processes using Linux control groups, maintains mount and automount points, and implements an elaborate transactional dependency-based service control logic. systemd supports SysV and LSB init scripts and works as a replacement for sysvinit. Other parts include a logging daemon, utilities to control basic system configuration like the hostname, date, locale, maintain a list of logged-in users and running containers and virtual machines, system accounts, runtime directories and settings, and daemons to manage simple network configuration, network time synchronization, log forwarding, and name resolution.
systemd  wikientry  tips  sysadmin  linux  arch  booting  configuration  example  reference  links 
9 days ago by ezequiel
ndiswrapper / Wiki / Troubleshooting_HowTo
If things are not working as expected, follow instructions below.

* Make sure you have latest stable version installed; see downloads for latest versions available. Run ndiswrapper -v to check that you indeed have latest version. Follow instructions in Installation to install. You may want to Uninstall and install again if you think there is a problem with your current installation or you have older version. [...]
ndiswrapper  issue  workaround  tips  wikientry  linux  driver  drivers  sysadmin  wifi  networking  hardwaresupport  links 
10 days ago by ezequiel
KEYB - DOSBoxWiki
Keyb is used to change the layout of the keyboard used for different countries.
keyboard  uk  usa  configuration  dosbox  gaming  documentation  wikientry  reference 
23 days ago by ezequiel
Power management/Suspend and hibernate - ArchWiki
Currently there are three methods of suspending available: suspend to RAM (usually called just suspend), suspend to disk (usually known as hibernate), and hybrid suspend (sometimes aptly called suspend to both): [...]
powermanagement  arch  linux  sysadmin  configuration  kernelmodule  kernel  booting  udev  example  tips  laptop  systemd  tools  acpi  workaround  issue  webcam  cpu  wifi  harddisk  networking  links  wikientry 
27 days ago by ezequiel
Power management - ArchWiki
Power management is a feature that turns off the power or switches system's components to a low-power state when inactive.

In Arch Linux, power management consists of two main parts:

* Configuration of the Linux kernel, which interacts with the hardware.
* Kernel parameters
* Kernel modules
* udev rules

* Configuration of userspace tools, which interact with the kernel and react to its events. Many userspace tools also allow to modify kernel configuration in a "user-friendly" way. See #Userspace tools for the options.
powermanagement  arch  linux  sysadmin  configuration  kernelmodule  kernel  booting  udev  example  tips  laptop  systemd  tools  acpi  workaround  issue  webcam  audio  pulseaudio  cpu  bluetooth  wifi  harddisk  networking  cd  dvd  links  wikientry 
27 days ago by ezequiel
Suspend - Debian Wiki
This page gathers bits of information about getting software suspend to work in Debian. Because the core system components change rapidly among Debian versions, software suspend works differently on different versions of Debians. This page is divided according to Debian versions from new to old.

For more reading material, see also the links at the bottom of this page about hibernate and suspend.
debian  wikientry  documentation  links  reference  guide  tips  example  sysadmin  powermanagement  configuration  arch  gentoo  gnome  suse  debug  linux  acpi  laptop  security 
27 days ago by ezequiel
NDISwrapper - Wikipedia
NDISwrapper is a free software driver wrapper that enables the use of Windows XP network device drivers (for devices such as PCI cards, USB modems, and routers) on Linux operating systems. NDISwrapper works by implementing the Windows kernel and NDIS APIs and dynamically linking Windows network drivers to this implementation. As a result, it only works on systems based on the instruction set architectures supported by Windows, namely IA-32 and x86-64.
ndiswrapper  wikientry  x86  amd64  compatibility  driver  drivers  linux  sysadmin  oldversion  windows  windowsxp  wikipedia  article  links  software  hardwaresupport 
27 days ago by ezequiel
Documentation:Modules/telnet - VideoLAN Wiki
The telnet module communicates with VLC over a network connection using the telnet protocol. The original module was provided until 1.1.0, when it was re-written in Lua. The old module was renamed to oldtelnet and removed in 2.0.0.

Telnet should not be used for sensitive applications.

To find module information on the command-line for VLC 2.0.0 and above, use vlc -p lua --advanced --help-verbose and look for the Lua Telnet section.
mediaplayer  software  linux  windows  macosx  wikientry  api  documentation  reference  lua 
27 days ago by ezequiel
Console - VideoLAN Wiki
VLC has three terminal interface modules. These are rc, telnet and ncurses.
mediaplayer  software  linux  windows  macosx  wikientry  api  documentation  reference  curses 
27 days ago by ezequiel
Interfaces - VideoLAN Wiki
Interfaces are the way you interact with VLC media player. Like anything else in VLC, they are modules, which allows for their interchangeability (see below).
mediaplayer  software  linux  windows  macosx  wikientry  api  documentation  reference  beos  qt  wxwidgets  http  curses 
27 days ago by ezequiel
Tp smapi - ThinkWiki
The tp_smapi kernel module exposes some features of the ThinkPad hardware/firmware via a sysfs interface. Currently, the main implemented functionality is control of battery charging and extended battery status. The tp_smapi software package also includes an improved version of the HDAPS driver. The underlying hardware interfaces are SMAPI and direct access to the embedded controller.
battery  laptop  wikientry  kernelmodule  installation  gentoo  debian  ubuntu  mint  issue  workaround  tips  example  configuration  hardwaresupport  compatibility 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
Tpacpi-bat - ThinkWiki
tpacpi-bat is a script using acpi_call kernel module which allows one to set battery charge thresholds on new ThinkPad models not supported by tp_smapi.
laptop  hardwaresupport  tool  cli  links  arch  gentoo  ubuntu  mint  ppa  software  wikientry  battery 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
Thinkpad-acpi - ThinkWiki
This is a Linux ACPI driver for the ThinkPad laptops written by Borislav Deianov, and currently maintained by Henrique de Moraes Holschuh and is included with the Linux kernel. It aims to support various features of these laptops which are accessible through the ACPI framework but not otherwise supported by the generic Linux ACPI drivers. As a kernel module, thinkpad-acpi works as a bridge to deliver information about certain hardware events like key presses or control the state of certain hardware features by software.
linux  kernelmodule  compatibility  hardwaresupport  wikientry  oldversion  battery  powermanagement  bios  links  sysadmin  resources 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
TLP - ArchWiki
TLP brings you the benefits of advanced power management for Linux without the need to understand every technical detail. TLP comes with a default configuration already optimized for battery life, so you may just install and forget it. Nevertheless TLP is highly customizable to fulfill your specific requirements.
arch  linux  kernelmodule  laptop  hardwaresupport  software  wikientry  powermanagement  tool  sysadmin  bios  installation  battery  filesystem  tips  example  configuration 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
Tp smapi - ThinkWiki
The tp_smapi kernel module exposes some features of the ThinkPad hardware/firmware via a sysfs interface. Currently, the main implemented functionality is control of battery charging and extended battery status. The tp_smapi software package also includes an improved version of the HDAPS driver. The underlying hardware interfaces are SMAPI and direct access to the embedded controller.

This driver uses undocumented features and direct hardware access, so it may work unreliably or even damage your hardware; but so far no such damage has been reported.

If you are installing on a recent Thinkpad that has an Ivy Bridge or newer processor (X230, T430, T530, etc.), tp_smapi will not work. You will be mostly limited to thinkpad-acpi capabilities. You can however set battery charge thresholds with tpacpi-bat.
hardwaresupport  laptop  wikientry  documentation  kernelmodule  compatibility  battery  bios  linux  api  installation  tips  cli  sysadmin  reference 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
en:users:documentation:hostapd [Linux Wireless]
hostapd is an IEEE 802.11 AP and IEEE 802.1X/WPA/WPA2/EAP/RADIUS Authenticator. This page is dedicated to the Linux documentation of its implementation and use. Please refer to the hostapd home page for information for other Operating Systems.

To communicate with a kernel driver, hostapd has to use some interface. All new cfg80211 (and mac80211) based drivers that implement AP functionality are supported using the nl80211 interface.
wifi  linux  kernel  kernelmodule  documentation  links  atheros  development  networking  wikientry  reference  example  cli  tools  tool  sysadmin  configuration  tips  guide  security 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
Hostapd - Gentoo Wiki
Hostapd (Host access point daemon) is a user space software access point capable of turning normal network interface cards into access points and authentication servers. The current version supports Linux (Host AP, madwifi, mac80211-based drivers) and FreeBSD (net80211).
wifi  router  networking  example  configuration  gentoo  wikientry  security  sysadmin  links  linux  compatibility  reference 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
Tpacpi-bat - ThinkWiki
tpacpi-bat is a script using acpi_call kernel module which allows one to set battery charge thresholds on new ThinkPad models not supported by tp_smapi.
laptop  battery  tool  cli  hardwaresupport  oldversion  wikientry  links  ubuntu  mint  arch  gentoo  linux  software  ppa  repository  packages 
4 weeks ago by ezequiel
tp-smapi - ThinkWiki
The tp_smapi kernel module exposes some features of the ThinkPad hardware/firmware via a sysfs interface. Currently, the main implemented functionality is control of battery charging and extended battery status. The tp_smapi software package also includes an improved version of the HDAPS driver. The underlying hardware interfaces are SMAPI and direct access to the embedded controller.

This driver uses undocumented features and direct hardware access, so it may work unreliably or even damage your hardware; but so far no such damage has been reported.

If you are installing on a recent Thinkpad that has an Ivy Bridge or newer processor (X230, T430, T530, etc.), tp_smapi will not work. You will be mostly limited to thinkpad-acpi capabilities. You can however set battery charge thresholds with tpacpi-bat.
laptop  hardwaresupport  kernelmodule  api  documentation  reference  tips  example  sysadmin  configuration  howto  info  resources  install  installation  gentoo  debian  ubuntu  suse  scripts  links  battery  tool  tools  wikientry  linux 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
Installation and configuration (Linux) · ValdikSS/aceproxy Wiki · GitHub
This article assumes you have Ace Stream installed.

Python 2, gevent, psutil are required dependencies and VLC is an optional (yet highly recommended) dependency. You can install all the dependencies with pip: pip install -r requirements.txt. We use VLC only for streaming purposes, it is not required to watch streams using VLC only. [...]
acestream  proxy  configuration  wikientry  documentation  linux  installation  howto  guide  links  github 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
Personal API Keys · jdf76/plugin.video.youtube Wiki · GitHub
This page outlines how to create your own set of API keys for use with the YouTube add-on.
google  api  security  youtube  xbmc  extension  configuration  howto  guide  screenshots  wikientry  links  example  tips  sysadmin  github 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
FAQ · tmux/tmux Wiki · GitHub
PLEASE NOTE: most display problems are due to incorrect TERM! Before
reporting problems make SURE that TERM settings are correct inside and
outside tmux.
tmux  faq  tips  example  configuration  terminal  issue  textui  curses  linux  unix  wikientry  github 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
Using proxy · ValdikSS/aceproxy Wiki
So you have installed AceProxy, what's next?

AceProxy can work with torrents, acelive files and Ace Stream CIDs (40-digit ID).

AceProxy supports plugins. Currently, there are plugins for torrent-tv.ru and torrent-telik.com. All plugins are stored in plugins folder.
acestream  proxy  configuration  example  tips  wikientry  documentation  cli  github 
5 weeks ago by ezequiel
List of TCP and UDP port numbers - Wikipedia
This is a list of TCP and UDP port numbers used by protocols of the Internet protocol suite for operation of network applications.
tcpip  info  internet  unix  linux  serverapp  wikientry  wikipedia  reference  documentation 
6 weeks ago by ezequiel
GVfs - Wikipedia
GVfs (abbreviation for GNOME Virtual file system) is GNOME's userspace virtual filesystem designed to work with the I/O abstraction of GIO, a library available in GLib since version 2.15.1. It installs several modules that are automatically used by applications using the APIs of libgio. There is also FUSE support that allows applications not using GIO to access the GVfs filesystems.
gvfs  gnome  filesystem  wikientry  wikipedia  api  desktop  linux  ftp  ssh  webdav  samba  shell  article  links 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
dhcpcd - ArchWiki
dhcpcd is a DHCP and DHCPv6 client. It is currently the most feature-rich open source DHCP client, see the home page for the full list of features.
dhcp  wikientry  arch  linux  configuration  issue  workaround  sysadmin  networking  cli  example  tips  links 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
WireGuard - ArchWiki
WireGuard is an extremely simple yet fast and modern VPN that utilizes state-of-the-art cryptography. It aims to be faster, simpler, leaner, and more useful than IPSec, while avoiding the massive headache. It intends to be considerably more performant than OpenVPN. WireGuard is designed as a general purpose VPN for running on embedded interfaces and super computers alike, fit for many different circumstances. Initially released for the Linux kernel, it plans to be cross-platform and widely deployable.
networking  wireguard  configuration  example  cli  howto  sysadmin  linux  vpn  security  tools  links  wikientry  guide  arch  tips  serverapp  router 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
Wireguard - Debian Wiki
Wireguard is an extremely simple yet fast and modern VPN that utilizes state-of-the-art cryptography. It can be a useful replacement for IPSec or OpenVPN.
networking  debian  ubuntu  mint  wireguard  configuration  example  cli  howto  sysadmin  linux  vpn  security  tools  links  wikientry  guide 
7 weeks ago by ezequiel
LiveSuit - linux-sunxi.org
LiveSuit is developed by Allwinner as an installation application for computer systems (Linux, Windows, Mac) to flash the NAND for Allwinner chips.

You could also look at the Installing to NAND tutorial to flash and manage NAND using opensource tools.
allwinner  allwinner.a80  links  howto  tips  sysadmin  hardwaresupport  linux  windows  macosx  wikientry  tools  configuration  example  memory  usb 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
FEL - linux-sunxi.org
FEL is a low-level subroutine contained in the BootROM on Allwinner devices. It is used for initial programming and recovery of devices using USB.

Sticky-note-pin.png Your device therefore needs to be attached to a host (your PC) by means of a USB cable, connected to a port where the sunxi device will present itself as a USB 'slave' (i.e. in device mode). Usually that means the "OTG" connector.[1]
allwinner.a80  allwinner  booting  hacking  hardware  hardwaresupport  usb  debug  cpu  protocol  links  wikientry  example  cli  rom  rokumagic.mk80 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
Sunxi-tools - linux-sunxi.org
Tools for working with Allwinner (sunxi) ARM processors
allwinner.a80  allwinner  tool  tools  wikientry  howto  tips  guide  example  cli  hardwaresupport  rom  debug  spec  arm  linux  debian  fedora  ubuntu  mint 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
InstallingDebianOn/Allwinner - Debian Wiki
Support for boards using the Allwinner "sunxi" (sun4i, sun5i, sun6i, sun7i, sun8i) family of processors, e.g. A10, A13, A31/A31s, A20, A23/A33, etc.
debian  hardwaresupport  install  installation  cli  example  howto  guide  sysadmin  hacking  links  tips  wikientry  linux 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
Android hardware - Official Kodi Wiki
For most high-definition videos (1080p or higher resolution), hardware video decoding is necessary for smooth video playback on most Android devices. Therefor this article contains a list of SoC chipset hardware, (SoC stands for "System on a Chip" which contain the CPU plus GPU and VPU circuits combination, and is also known as a "chipset"), as on Android platforms this SoC chipset is what can playback common video codecs smoothly using Kodi/XBMC.

The fact is, while some devices might be able to smoothly decode standard-definition videos and even some 720p or higher resolution videos using only software video decoding with raw CPU compute power, offloading a large part of video decoding tasks to an integrated VPU (Video Processor Unit) that is optimized specifically for this job is considered essential for almost all Android devices to be able to smoothly playback high definition videos.
xbmc  hardware  hardwaresupport  wikientry  arm  mips  android  links  compatibility  cpu  tv  mediaplayer  spec  codecs  gpu 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
Happy Eyeballs - Wikipedia
Happy Eyeballs (also called Fast Fallback) is an algorithm published by the IETF which can make dual-stack applications (those that understand both IPv4 and IPv6) more responsive to users by attempting to connect using both IPv4 and IPv6 at the same time (preferring IPv6), thus avoiding the usual problems faced by users with imperfect IPv6 connections or setups.
rfc  wikipedia  wikientry  reference  article  internet  ipv6  firewall  networking  issue  workaround  links  browser 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: Netgear DG834G v3
The Netgear DG834G v3 is an AR7-based ADSL router with 802.11g wireless and ADSL2+ support. It has a 4-port switch, and the wireless antenna is connected to an RP-SMA connector at the rear.
router  spec  hardware  hardwaresupport  links  openwrt  networking  wifi  wikientry  howto  guide  images  firmware  hacking  archived.version  electronics 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: The OpenWrt Flash Layout
The embedded devices (routers and such) OpenWrt/LEDE (Linux Embedded Development Environment) has mainly targeted since its inception, use flash memory as the form of non-volatile memory for the persistent storage of the firmware and its configuration.
memory  rom  firmware  wikientry  documentation  openwrt  howto  guide  hardware  hardwaresupport  tips  links  reference  info  resources  embedded  tools  software 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: OpenWrt on 4/32 devices
* You have a device with 4MB flash and/or 32MB RAM.
* You have read and understood the 4/32 warning.
* You have adjusted your expectations according to this warning.
* You still want to install OpenWrt on your 4/32 device for [...]
embedded  router  memory  firmware  openwrt  wikientry  tips  howto  links  forumthread  hardwaresupport  oldversion  linux 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
O2 wireless box - Wikipedia
The O2 Wireless Box is a wireless residential gateway router distributed by O2. The latest version is based on the 802.11n standard and also supports 802.11g and 802.11b devices.[1] The device connects to the Internet using either an ADSL2+ or ADSL connection.
router  hardware  spec  links  uk  wikientry  wikipedia  wifi 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
Thomson TG585 v7 [Old OpenWrt Wiki]
NOT supported. However Openwrt can be installed in this router, read this forum thread. You may need to replace your bootloader.
router  hardwaresupport  wikientry  openwrt  2016  links  firmware  spec  wifi 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
OpenWrt Project: JTAG
JTAG stands for Joint Test Action Group, which is an IEEE work group defining an electrical interface for integrated circuit testing and programming.
jtag  article  wikientry  links  howto  guide  images  electronics  debug  hardware  hardwaresupport  sysadmin  programming  test  spec  tips  openwrt  router  raspberrypi 
8 weeks ago by ezequiel
Tutorials and Howtos - Alpine Linux
Welcome to Tutorials and Howtos, a place of basic and advanced configuration tasks for your Alpine Linux.

The tutorials are hands-on and the reader is expected to try and achieve the goals described in each step, possibly with the help of a good example. The output in one step is the starting point for the following step.

Howtos are smaller articles explaining how to perform a particular task with Alpine Linux, that expects a minimal knowledge from reader to perform actions.
alpine  linux  distro  howto  tips  links  wiki  wikientry  articles  tutorials  faq  sysadmin  configuration  raspberrypi  powerpc  networking  powermanagement  laptop  desktop 
9 weeks ago by ezequiel
Low_On_Memory - linux-mm.org Wiki
It's a common dilemma: I just got a brand new Linux machine, loaded it up with lots of expensive RAM, and left it for a day. Now, it's out of memory, or it is swapping! It definitely has enough RAM, so there must be a bug in Linux!I assure you, in almost all cases, your system has plenty of RAM. However, where is all of that RAM going? For what does Linux use all of it? How can I actually tell that I'm out of RAM? Unfortunately, Linux can make these very hard questions to answer. This article will explain in detail many of the ways that Linux uses RAM for things other than user data and how you can tell when your system is _actually_ out of RAM.
2017  wikientry  article  memory  fileformats  linux  kernel  internals  tips  example  reference  documentation  cli 
9 weeks ago by ezequiel
Dynamic DNS - ArchWiki
Dynamic DNS (DDNS or DynDNS) is a method of automatically updating a name server in the Domain Name System (DNS), often in real time, with the active DDNS configuration of its configured hostnames, addresses or other information.

The term is used to describe two different concepts. The first is "dynamic DNS updating" which refers to systems that are used to update traditional DNS records without manual editing. These mechanisms are explained in RFC 2136, and use the TSIG mechanism to provide security. The second kind of dynamic DNS permits lightweight and immediate updates often using an update client, which do not use the RFC2136 standard for updating DNS records. These clients provide a persistent addressing method for devices that change their location, configuration or IP address frequently.
dns  wikientry  software  internet  linux  arch  links  tips  example  configuration  howto  sysadmin 
10 weeks ago by ezequiel
Users and groups - ArchWiki
Users and groups are used on GNU/Linux for access control—that is, to control access to the system's files, directories, and peripherals. Linux offers relatively simple/coarse access control mechanisms by default. For more advanced options, see ACL and PAM#Configuration How-Tos.
wikientry  info  faq  tips  example  cli  arch  linux  sysadmin  security  compatibility  configuration  tool  tools  reference  documentation 
11 weeks ago by ezequiel
User identifier - Wikipedia
Unix-like operating systems identify a user by a value called a user identifier, often abbreviated to user ID or UID. The UID, along with the group identifier (GID) and other access control criteria, is used to determine which system resources a user can access. The password file maps textual user names to UIDs. UIDs are stored in the inodes of the Unix file system, running processes, tar archives, and the now-obsolete Network Information Service. In POSIX-compliant environments, the command-line command id gives the current user's UID, as well as more information such as the user name, primary user group and group identifier (GID).
wikipedia  wikientry  debian  linux  unix  bsd  freebsd  history  solaris  sun  compatibility  hardwaresupport  sysadmin  info  links  reference 
11 weeks ago by ezequiel
Features/CacheHierarchy - Squid Web Proxy Wiki
Feature: Linking Squid into a Cache Hierarchy

* Goal: To connect multiple Squid together forming a 'mesh' or hierarchy of caches.
* Status: completed.
* Version: 1.2
squid  documentation  spec  proxy  example  wikientry 
11 weeks ago by ezequiel
SquidFaq/SquidMemory - Squid Web Proxy Wiki
Squid uses a lot of memory for performance reasons. It takes much, much longer to read something from disk than it does to read directly from memory.

A small amount of metadata for each cached object is kept in memory. This is the StoreEntry data structure. This is 56-bytes on 32-bit architectures and 88-bytes on 64-bit architectures. In addition, there is a 16-byte cache key (MD5 checksum) associated with each StoreEntry. This means there are 72 or 104 bytes of metadata in memory for every object in your cache. A cache with 1,000,000 objects therefore requires 72MB of memory for metadata only. In practice it requires much more than that.

Uses of memory by Squid include: [...]
squid  memory  configuration  tips  example  wikientry  documentation  faq  proxy  performance 
11 weeks ago by ezequiel
SquidFaq/ConfiguringSquid - Squid Web Proxy Wiki
Before you start configuring:
The best all around advice I can give on Squid is to start simple! Once everything works the way you expect, then start tweaking your way into complexity with a means to track the (in)effectiveness of each change you make (and a known good configuration that you can always go back to when you inevitably fubar the thing!).
squid  faq  reference  documentation  configuration  sysadmin  networking  proxy  example  tips  wikientry  security  links  releaserelated  oldversion 
11 weeks ago by ezequiel
SquidFaq/SquidAcl - Squid Web Proxy Wiki
Squid's access control scheme is relatively comprehensive and difficult for some people to understand. There are two different components: ACL elements, and access lists. An access list consists of an allow or deny action followed by a number of ACL elements.

When loading the configuration file Squid processes all the acl lines (directives) into memory as tests which can be performed against any request transaction. Types of tests are outlined in the next section ACL Elements. By themselves these tests do nothing. For example; the word "Sunday" matches a day of the week, but does not indicate which day of the week you are reading this.

To process a transaction another type of line is used. As each processing action needs to take place a check in run to test what action or limitations are to occur for the transaction. The types of checks are outlined in the next section Access Lists followed by details of how the checks operate.
squid  faq  reference  documentation  configuration  sysadmin  networking  proxy  example  tips  wikientry  security 
11 weeks ago by ezequiel
myrepos
You have a lot of version control repositories. Sometimes you want to update them all at once. Or push out all your local changes. You use special command lines in some repositories to implement specific workflows. Myrepos provides a mr command, which is a tool to manage all your version control repositories.
git  cli  tool  unix  linux  wikientry  links  downloads  software  development  example  configuration  vcsh 
december 2019 by ezequiel
Object orientation [wiki.tcl-lang.org]
Object-oriented programming AKA, OOP or OO is a programming paradigm in which the behaviour of abstract data types is expressed as routines (methods) that are encapsulated within the structure of the object. Alternatives to this include functional programming, although hybrid models also exist.

As of 8.6, TclOO is part of The Tcl Core distribution, and it is also available as an extension for 8.5.
tcl  tcltk  wikientry  tips  ood  design  example  programming  reference  documentation  internals  links 
november 2019 by ezequiel
handle [wiki.tcl-lang.org]
A handle is a value that refers to some resource maintained by a system.
tcl  wikientry  internals  tips  reference  documentation  example  tcltk  links 
november 2019 by ezequiel
everything is a string [wiki.tcl-lang.org]
Representation is the essence of programming...

Fred Brooks, The Mythical Man-Month

The more precise meaning of Everything is a string is every value is a string. This is one of the central features of Tcl.
tcl  internals  tcltk  wikientry  programming  tips  links  documentation  reference  example 
november 2019 by ezequiel
Mercurial - ArchWiki
Mercurial (commonly referred to as hg) is a distributed version control system written in Python and is similar in many ways to Git, Bazaar and Darcs.
mercurial  wikientry  arch  linux  links  gui  ui  software  configuration  howto  tips  development  tool  scm 
november 2019 by ezequiel
Editing remote files via scp in vim | Vim Tips Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
Vim 6.x has the netrw plugin installed as a standard plugin. It allows you to edit files via ftp, rcp, scp, or http. If your username differs on the remote host, however, and you're trying to use scp, things can get a little weird, particularly if you're not editing a document under your user tree.
vim  compatibility  remote  ssh  editing  wikientry  tips  example 
november 2019 by ezequiel
Kernel/PowerManagement/PowerSavingTweaks - Ubuntu Wiki
There are some hardware specific power saving tweaks than cannot be fully applied by default as it causes problems on some hardware and we have yet to identify a suitable blacklist.
battery  performance  powermanagement  power  ubuntu  linux  kernelmodule  configuration  sysadmin  hardwaresupport  links  wikientry  booting  kernel  laptop  bluetooth  intel  tool  cli  example  tips 
october 2019 by ezequiel
Ubuntu version history - Wikipedia
Ubuntu releases are made semiannually by Canonical Ltd, the developers of the Ubuntu operating system, using the year and month of the release as a version number. The first Ubuntu release, for example, was Ubuntu 4.10 and was released on 20 October 2004.[1][2] Consequently, version numbers for future versions are provisional; if the release is delayed until a different month (or even year) to that planned, the version number will change accordingly.[3]
wikientry  wikipedia  ubuntu  linux  article  history  links  distro  releaserelated 
october 2019 by ezequiel
Wine - ArchWiki
Wine is a compatibility layer capable of running Microsoft Windows applications on Unix-like operating systems. Programs running in Wine act as native programs would, without the performance/memory penalties of an emulator.
wine  winecompatible  configuration  sysadmin  fonts  libraries  desktop  gui  printing  tips  example  links  wikientry  arch  filemanager  opengl  dotnet  mono  cd  dvd  linux 
october 2019 by ezequiel
Meson (software) - Wikipedia
Meson (/ˈmɛ.sɒn/)[2] is a software tool for automating the building (compiling) of software. The overall goal for Meson is to promote programmer productivity.[3] Meson is free and open-source software written in Python, under the Apache License 2.0.
meson  cmake  comparison  wikipedia  wikientry  buildgenerator  multiplatform  opensource  license.apache  links  c  c++  d.programming.language  java  rust 
october 2019 by ezequiel
Oxidation - MozillaWiki
Oxidation is a project to integrate Rust code in and around Firefox.

Rust support has been required on all platforms since Firefox 54, and the first major Rust components were shipped in Firefox 56 (encoding_rs) and 57 (Stylo). Moving forward, the goal of Oxidation is to make it easier and more pleasant to use Rust in Firefox, and correspondingly to increase the amount of Rust code in Firefox.

This page is intended to serve as the starting point for all matters relating to Rust code in Firefox: the what, the why, and the how.
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october 2019 by ezequiel
BOOK Tcl and the Tk Toolkit (2nd Edition)
Discussion brought from BOOK Tcl and the Tk Toolkit page

There is work afoot in early 2005 to update this book with a second edition. Jeff Hobbs announced at the Thirteenth Annual Tcl/Tk Conference that this book is on the way and will include up-to-date knowledge on Tcl/Tk 8.5. The rewrite is done by Ken Jones.
tcl  tcltk  forumthread  wikientry  links  book  programming  guide 
october 2019 by ezequiel
TestingGDB - GDB Wiki
This page collects useful notes on testing GDB, including running the GDB testsuite.
gdb  test  wikientry  howto  tips  cli  dejagnu  documentation  development  debugger 
october 2019 by ezequiel
Grub2 - Community Help Wiki
GRUB 2 is the default boot loader and manager for Ubuntu since version 9.10 (Karmic Koala). As the computer starts, GRUB 2 either presents a menu and awaits user input or automatically transfers control to an operating system kernel. GRUB 2 is a descendant of GRUB (GRand Unified Bootloader). It has been completely rewritten to provide the user significantly increased flexibility and performance. GRUB 2 is Free Software.
grub  linux  ubuntu  wikientry  links  documentation  reference  guide  tips  sysadmin  harddisk  booting  howto  info 
october 2019 by ezequiel
Boot-Repair - Community Help Wiki
Boot-Repair is a simple tool to repair frequent boot issues you may encounter in Ubuntu like when you can't boot Ubuntu after installing Windows or another Linux distribution, or when you can't boot Windows after installing Ubuntu, or when GRUB is not displayed anymore, some upgrade breaks GRUB, etc.
booting  tool  repair  sysadmin  harddisk  linux  ubuntu  debian  freesoftware  livecd  links  download  software  gui  grub  wikientry  howto  guide  tips 
october 2019 by ezequiel
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