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# Source: https://gist.github.com/32a7096b96ff9a96d067753ddaa2409c
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# Kubernetes Networking, Security, And Observability With eBPF And Cilium #
# https://youtu.be/sfhRFtYbuyo #
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# Additional Info:
# - Cilium: https://cilium.io
# - Is eBPF The End Of Kubernetes Sidecar Containers?: https://youtu.be/7ZVQSg9HX68
@sts10
sts10 / rust-command-line-utilities.markdown
Last active May 24, 2024 14:33
A curated list of command-line utilities written in Rust

A curated list of command-line utilities written in Rust

Note: I have moved this list to a proper repository. I'll leave this gist up, but it won't be updated. To submit an idea, open a PR on the repo.

Note that I have not tried all of these personally, and cannot and do not vouch for all of the tools listed here. In most cases, the descriptions here are copied directly from their code repos. Some may have been abandoned. Investigate before installing/using.

The ones I use regularly include: bat, dust, fd, fend, hyperfine, miniserve, ripgrep, just, cargo-audit and cargo-wipe.

  • atuin: "Magical shell history"
  • bandwhich: Terminal bandwidth utilization tool

Arch Linux ARM on Crostini

Screenshot

I got Arch Linux ARM installed on a Lenovo Chromebook Duet! I mostly used the instructions from the Arch Wiki as reference.

0. Before we begin

@bryanbraun
bryanbraun / git-branching-diagram.md
Last active May 11, 2024 07:03
Example Git Branching Diagram

Example Git Branching Diagram

You can use this diagram as a template to create your own git branching diagrams. Here's how:

  1. Create a new diagram with diagrams.net (formerly draw.io)
  2. Go to File > Open From > URL
  3. Insert this url (it points to the xml data below): https://gist.githubusercontent.com/bryanbraun/8c93e154a93a08794291df1fcdce6918/raw/bf563eb36c3623bb9e7e1faae349c5da802f9fed/template-data.xml
  4. Customize as needed for your team.

@reegnz
reegnz / README.md
Last active April 23, 2024 18:36
Implementing a jq REPL with fzf

Implementing a jq REPL with fzf

Update: I created jq-zsh-plugin that does this.

One of my favourite tools of my trade is jq. It essentially enables you to process json streams with the same power that sed, awk and grep provide you with for editing line-based formats (csv, tsv, etc.).

Another one of my favourite tools is fzf.

@manekinekko
manekinekko / dotfiles.md
Last active February 24, 2020 10:30
My dotfile configurations (in one single file)

Custom Aliases

# Easier navigation: .., ..., ~ and -
alias ..="cd .."
alias cd..="cd .."
alias ...="cd ../.."
alias ....="cd ../../.."
alias .....="cd ../../../.."
alias ~="cd ~" # `cd` is probably faster to type though
@mistic100
mistic100 / vimeo-downloader.js
Created September 15, 2018 09:01
Download video from Vimeo (chopped m4s files)
// 1. Open the browser developper console on the network tab
// 2. Start the video
// 3. In the dev tab, locate the load of the "master.json" file, copy its full URL
// 4. Run: node vimeo-downloader.js "<URL>"
// 5. Combine the m4v and m4a files with mkvmerge
const fs = require('fs');
const url = require('url');
const https = require('https');
@joelhans
joelhans / docker-compose.yml
Last active November 13, 2018 21:25
My self-hosting `docker-compose.yml` file. To use, 1) set up your DNS, 2) replace domain/email fields, 3) execute `docker-compose up -d`. Should work.
version: '2'
services:
portainer:
image: portainer/portainer
container_name: portainer
restart: always
environment:
- VIRTUAL_HOST=docker.DOMAIN.TLD
@0xcaff
0xcaff / 0_README.md
Last active May 13, 2023 23:35
OpenVPN, rTorrent and Flood Docker Compose Configuration

The Setup

This is a docker-compose file for a simple, secure torrent setup. It includes [rTorrent] (a torrent client), [flood] (a web interface for rTorrent), [OpenVPN] (to tunnel traffic through your ISP) and a simple iptables firewall to allow rTorrent to only access the internet through a VPN.

To run everything, put your open vpn configuration file in ./vpn.ovpn and the other configuration files from this gist in a directory then go to that