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willurd / web-servers.md
Last active Oct 20, 2020
Big list of http static server one-liners
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Each of these commands will run an ad hoc http static server in your current (or specified) directory, available at http://localhost:8000. Use this power wisely.

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Python 2.x

$ python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000
@KartikTalwar
KartikTalwar / Documentation.md
Last active Oct 20, 2020
Rsync over SSH - (40MB/s over 1GB NICs)
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The fastest remote directory rsync over ssh archival I can muster (40MB/s over 1gb NICs)

This creates an archive that does the following:

rsync (Everyone seems to like -z, but it is much slower for me)

  • a: archive mode - rescursive, preserves owner, preserves permissions, preserves modification times, preserves group, copies symlinks as symlinks, preserves device files.
  • H: preserves hard-links
  • A: preserves ACLs
@danielgtaylor
danielgtaylor / gist:0b60c2ed1f069f118562
Last active Jun 6, 2020
Moving to ES6 from CoffeeScript
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Moving to ES6 from CoffeeScript

I fell in love with CoffeeScript a couple of years ago. Javascript has always seemed something of an interesting curiosity to me and I was happy to see the meteoric rise of Node.js, but coming from a background of Python I really preferred a cleaner syntax.

In any fast moving community it is inevitable that things will change, and so today we see a big shift toward ES6, the new version of Javascript. It incorporates a handful of the nicer features from CoffeeScript and is usable today through tools like Babel. Here are some of my thoughts and issues on moving away from CoffeeScript in favor of ES6.

While reading I suggest keeping open a tab to Babel's learning ES6 page. The examples there are great.

Punctuation

Holy punctuation, Batman! Say goodbye to your whitespace and hello to parenthesis, curly braces, and semicolons again. Even with the advanced ES6 syntax you'll find yourself writing a lot more punctuatio

@alastairmccormack
alastairmccormack / x509_sha1_fingerprint.py
Created Nov 13, 2015
Gets a SHA1 fingerprint from an x509 certificate using Python and OpenSSL crypto module
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from OpenSSL.crypto import load_certificate, FILETYPE_PEM
cert_file_string = open("esx.crt", "rb").read()
cert = load_certificate(FILETYPE_PEM, cert_file_string)
sha1_fingerprint = cert.digest("sha1")
print sha1_fingerprint
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