Recently I installed OpenWRT on Ubiquiti AirRouter as original firmware lacks in couple of areas. Installation is easy and straightforward as all you need to do at the time of writing this post is to use Attitude Adjustment release.
Simple shell script to backup MySQL databases.
I spent all day testing custom roms on Nexus 7 but finally decided to roll back everything and use stock rom with encryption. I will describe here how to unlock device, install recovery image, return to stock rom and root Nexus 7 (Android 4.2) using Ubuntu.
I am playing with DHCP option 82 so I need to read DHCP packets. The easiest way to do this is to use dhcpdump by Edwin Groothuis because of very simple usage and friendly output.
This is rarely performed task but an easy one. To change time zone you need to reconfigure tzdata package.
The easiest way to remove comments from a shell script is to use sed (stream editor for filtering and transforming text) command.
Recently I needed to replicate data between two Linux servers so I could mitigate potential hardware failure. To achieve this goal I used GlusterFS – an Open Source distributed file system. In this example I will use Debian Wheezy as I want to try more recent version of GlusterFS.
When you’re not sure when daylight saving time changes you can quickly check it using the zdump command which is available on every *nix system.