Today, I will show you how to create a simple shell script to read and print interface statistics on the Cisco Catalyst switch using the SNMP protocol.
Recently, I have encountered an interesting issue, as I could not perform specific database operations due to unwanted and active sessions using the database. Thus, I will briefly note the solution for further reference.
This weekend, I have spent some time investigating SSL certificate-based authentication and implementing it in Kolab web-based user interface. This topic is fascinating but definitely too broad to be briefly described in a single blog post, so do not look at it as a complete solution, but treat it only as a proof of concept.
After a longer period of time, I have decided to install Kolab and use it as a personal information manager. The installation process went as expected until the setup process tried to install the Roundcube database and failed miserably.
I have discovered org-mode in the last year but have been using it for the last two months with increasing enthusiasm and commitment. I will be honest and tell you that it is the sole reason to learn and use Emacs on daily basics.
If you are wondering how to count only local users ignoring system accounts, I will give you a concise and straight answer.
Seven days ago I have published a shell script to highlight text in the terminal using sed or ssed. Today I want to extend the idea and colorize specified strings or simple regular expressions using just bash, getopts and ssed respectively.
I have been working on a simple shell script to highlight text in the terminal for the last hour. At first, I looked at it from the wrong angle, but after a short break, I finally realized the simplest possible solution.