I have recently bought a new router for my FTTH broadband here in Italy, the choice was obvious for me: the WRT1900ACSv2 was just perfect.
I have decided to throw the router my ISP (Fastweb) gave me in the bin for a number of reasons, the most important two being privacy and customizability.
chroot != security, but still chroots are one of the security measures commonly used on servers as a first-line defense.
Imagine an attacker manages to perform some sort of injection and gains write access to your web root, what damage can they do and to what extent? A question many server admins may find interesting…
This is a quick guide to cross-compile kernel modules for Android, with particular reference to the J3 2016 LineageOS kernel. The steps outlined work for other devices/kernels as well.
This is a short guide on how to cross-compile iproute2 on Android.
Where the sch_netem kernel module is available, tc – which comes with iproute2 – allows for traffic throttling/packet delay useful to test apps on slower internet connections.
Today I pretty much spent my whole day trying to add IPv6 connectivity to my VMs and LXC containers hosted on an OVH (Soyoustart) server in France. This well-known ISP assigns you an entire /64 IPv6 subnet: great, one ‘d think, but there’s a glitch…
Just brought this dev board from AliExpress: Click here
I’m very excited to learn all about it!
Here’s some docs and examples I found on the internet:
I’ve some compilation errors while trying to compile the Micronucleus V-USB bootloader in my ArchLinux machine.
To fix edit: micronucleus/commandline/library/micronucleus_lib.h and add:
#if defined WIN
Yesterday I found out this little utility to rsync a folder with Google Drive: http://rclone.org/
rclone copy /mnt/data/Copy copy:Copy
and crontab -e (export EDITOR=/usr/bin/nano)
In this tutorial a demo project will be explained, communication is established between PHP and Arduino using a simple intermediate C program which runs as a Linux daemon.
The concept used here is Unix local Sockets, a fast and effective way to perform IPC (or Inter-Process Communication) on Unix based systems.