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@IanColdwater
IanColdwater / twittermute.txt
Last active Aug 16, 2022
Here are some terms to mute on Twitter to clean your timeline up a bit.
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Mute these words in your settings here: https://twitter.com/settings/muted_keywords
ActivityTweet
generic_activity_highlights
generic_activity_momentsbreaking
RankedOrganicTweet
suggest_activity
suggest_activity_feed
suggest_activity_highlights
suggest_activity_tweet
@xbb
xbb / README
Last active Aug 3, 2022
IDRAC6 Virtual Console Launcher
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Use this as an example on how to start the virtual console without the need of Java Web Start or accessing it from the web interface.
You can use the user and password that you use for the web interface.
You need an old JRE... I used 1.7.0_80 from the Server JRE package, also I have tested successfully 1.7.0_79 with MacOS.
You don't need to install it, just extract it or copy the files in "jre" folder.
Open the viewer.jnlp file that you get by launching the virtual console from the web interface with a text editor.
Note the urls to the jar files. Download the main jar file avctKVM.jar and the libs for your operating system and architecture.
Extract the dlls (.so Linux, .jnilib MacOS) from the jar libs.
@mikhailov
mikhailov / gist:9639593
Last active Jul 21, 2022
Nginx S3 Proxy with caching
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events {
worker_connections 1024;
}
http {
default_type text/html;
access_log /dev/stdout;
sendfile on;
keepalive_timeout 65;
@briancline
briancline / ceph-grow-rbd-xfs
Last active Sep 16, 2020
Growing a Ceph RBD volume and an XFS filesystem contained within
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# df -h /dev/rbd0
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/rbd0 1.5T 1.5T 557M 100% /mnt/media
# rbd info media/media01
rbd image 'media01':
size 1536 GB in 393216 objects
order 22 (4096 kB objects)
block_name_prefix: rb.0.1098.74b0dc51
format: 1
@kyledrake
kyledrake / password.rb
Created Jun 6, 2012
Geoloqi's Password Encryption Code
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# Due to recent concerns regarding password safety, Geoloqi has decided to publicly release the code
# that we use to do password hashing. After consulting with the community, this code now uses BCrypt for hashing
# (http://codahale.com/how-to-safely-store-a-password), which is based on blowfish, uses an integrated
# salting mechanism, and makes brute forcing expensive for attackers. It is widely used in the industry for
# production environments.
#
# Improvement suggestions are always welcome. Geoloqi takes security very seriously, and designs our systems to
# be as security-oriented as practically possible. We also believe in security transparency, because it leads to
# better security than obscurity, and is a more honest interaction with our customers.
#