View beep-starwars
#!/bin/bash
beep -l 350 -f 392 -D 100 --new -l 350 -f 392 -D 100 --new -l 350 -f 392 -D 100 --new -l 250 -f 311.1 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 466.2 -D 100 --new -l 350 -f 392 -D 100 --new -l 250 -f 311.1 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 466.2 -D 100 --new -l 700 -f 392 -D 100 --new -l 350 -f 587.32 -D 100 --new -l 350 -f 587.32 -D 100 --new -l 350 -f 587.32 -D 100 --new -l 250 -f 622.26 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 466.2 -D 100 --new -l 350 -f 369.99 -D 100 --new -l 250 -f 311.1 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 466.2 -D 100 --new -l 700 -f 392 -D 100 --new -l 350 -f 784 -D 100 --new -l 250 -f 392 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 392 -D 100 --new -l 350 -f 784 -D 100 --new -l 250 -f 739.98 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 698.46 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 659.26 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 622.26 -D 100 --new -l 50 -f 659.26 -D 400 --new -l 25 -f 415.3 -D 200 --new -l 350 -f 554.36 -D 100 --new -l 250 -f 523.25 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 493.88 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 466.16 -D 100 --new -l 25 -f 440 -D 100 --new -l 50 -f 466.16 -D 400 --new -l 25 -f 311.13 -D 200 --new -l 350 -f 369
View gpg-import-and-export-instructions.md

Every so often I have to restore my gpg keys and I'm never sure how best to do it. So, I've spent some time playing around with the various ways to export/import (backup/restore) keys.

Method 1

Backup the public and secret keyrings and trust database

cp ~/.gnupg/pubring.gpg /path/to/backups/
cp ~/.gnupg/secring.gpg /path/to/backups/
cp ~/.gnupg/trustdb.gpg /path/to/backups/
# or, instead of backing up trustdb...
View Instructions.md
  • With Docker 1.8.0 shipped new log-driver for GELF via UDP, this means that the logs from Docker Container(s) can be shipped directly to the ELK stack for further analysis.
  • This tutorial will illustrate how to use the GELF log-driver with Docker engine.
  • Step 1: Setup ELK Stack:
    • docker run -d --name es elasticsearch
    • docker run -d --name logstash --link es:elasticsearch logstash -v /tmp/logstash.conf:/config-dir/logstash.conf logstash logstash -f /config-dir/logstash.conf
    • Note the config for Logstash can be found at this link
    • docker run --link es:elasticsearch -d kibana
  • Once the ELK stack is up now let's fire up our nginx container which ships its logs to ELK stack.
  • LOGSTASH_ADDRESS=$(docker inspect --format '{{ .NetworkSettings.IPAddress }}' logstash)
  • `docker run -d --net=host --log-driver=gelf --log-opt gelf-address=u
View AppKernel.php
<?php
use Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\Kernel;
use Symfony\Component\Config\Loader\LoaderInterface;
class AppKernel extends Kernel
{
public function registerBundles()
{
return array(
View request-array-parameter-to-dict.py
def multiarraytodict(listname):
from flask import request
options = dict()
for key, value in request.form.items():
if key[:len(listname)] == listname:
options[key[len(listname)+1:-1]] = value
return options
View docker-clean.sh
docker rm `docker ps -a | grep Exited | awk '{print $1 }'`
docker rmi `docker images -aq`
View docker_get_host_ip.sh
# Source http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22944631/how-to-get-the-ip-address-of-the-docker-host-from-inside-a-docker-container
/sbin/ip route|awk '/default/ { print $3 }'
View ionic-load-screen-main.js
// Ionic loading page
.run(function ($rootScope, $ionicLoading) {
$rootScope.$on('loading:show', function() {
$ionicLoading.show({template: 'foo'});
});
$rootScope.$on('loading:hide', function() {
$ionicLoading.hide();
});
})
View install_gems_system_wide.sh
sudo gem install --no-user-install sass
View README.md

#Meteor and Self-hosted Infrastructure

Meteor is an eye-opening JavaScript framework that runs on both the client and the server, giving developers a revolutionary take on software engineering. If you are not familiar with Meteor, I urge you to visit their website.

##An overview

In this brief gist, I am going to discuss the process of setting up a server (in my case, a VPS) to host Meteor applications.

My experience with Meteor has been brief, however it has not taken much demonstration for me to realise the significance of this stellar framework. Let's jump right in!