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@Mnkai
Mnkai / README.md
Last active Jan 26, 2020
TDP and turbo parameter modification with MSR on non-overclockable Intel CPU (such as Intel i7-8550U)
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TDP and turbo parameter modification with MSR on non-overclockable CPU

Disclaimer

  • MSR modification may void your CPU's (or system board's) warranty. Proceed with care. I'm not responsible for any destruction caused by this article.
  • MSR address (greatly) differs from CPU to CPU. Check your own CPU's MSR address using Intel's documentation.
  • Only tested on Intel i7-8550U (Kaby Lake R).
  • This article is translation of this article. If you can understand Korean, I recommend reading that article, not this.

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@braian87b
braian87b / mwan3-notes.md
Last active Feb 10, 2020
How to get MWAN3 Working Properly on OpenWRT / LEDE
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In experience to get a proper working multiple wan configuration using mwan3 starting from scratch you should:

Important: this works well on OpenWRT 15.05.1, on newer versions there was some breaking changes, for example, the wan ifaces have ipv6 capability and now are named with letters ("wan, wanb... , wanc" instead of "wan, wan2... wan3" so wanb6 means 2nd wan ipv6.): https://github.com/openwrt/packages/blob/master/net/mwan3/files/etc/config/mwan3

The official documentation seems to be very detailed and up to date, I recommend reading those first: https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/network/wan/multiwan/mwan3 but I recommend to give a look at my config file below, since my approach for policyes is very nice.

First of all: Activate conntrack, docs says that is important and neccesary to get MWAN3 work properly, and it is needed to reboot:

@searls
searls / octohooks.rb
Last active May 13, 2017
Use Octokit to add a particular webhook to all of your repos (handy for things like chat integration)
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# This is just a scratchpad after I hacked what I needed in an irb session
require 'octokit'
Octokit.configure do |c|
c.login = 'searls'
c.password = 'c0d3b4ssssss!'
end
client = Octokit::Client.new
repos = client.repos #Note, for an org's repos, see `client.orgs.first.rels[:repos].get.data`
@spikegrobstein
spikegrobstein / nginx.conf
Last active Dec 29, 2019
nginx config for proxying requests for plex over a hostname-based virtualhost.
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upstream plex-upstream {
# change plex-server.example.com:32400 to the hostname:port of your plex server.
# this can be "localhost:32400", for instance, if Plex is running on the same server as nginx.
server plex-server.example.com:32400;
}
server {
listen 80;
# server names for this server.
@jlong
jlong / uri.js
Created Apr 20, 2012
URI Parsing with Javascript
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var parser = document.createElement('a');
parser.href = "http://example.com:3000/pathname/?search=test#hash";
parser.protocol; // => "http:"
parser.hostname; // => "example.com"
parser.port; // => "3000"
parser.pathname; // => "/pathname/"
parser.search; // => "?search=test"
parser.hash; // => "#hash"
parser.host; // => "example.com:3000"
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