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View gist:5bf92b9d14b8c529919c6027502fbd09
GNU nano 2.0.6 File: tsa Modified
#!/bin/bash
# Run this script just before you put the laptop in the bin for security scanning.
# You can add the seconds the laptop will be waiting before speaking. The default
# is waiting for 180 seconds (3 minutes).
# Switch to the login screen, effectively locking the screen.
function lockscreen() {
/System/Library/CoreServices/"Menu Extras"/User.menu/Contents/Resources/CGSession -suspend
@pnc
pnc / observer.md
Last active May 12, 2020
Using Erlang observer/appmon remotely
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Using OTP's observer (appmon replacement) remotely

$ ssh remote-host "epmd -names"
epmd: up and running on port 4369 with data:
name some_node at port 58769

Note the running on port for epmd itself and the port of the node you're interested in debugging. Reconnect to the remote host with these ports forwarded:

$ ssh -L 4369:localhost:4369 -L 58769:localhost:58769 remote-host
@fire
fire / 01-elementaryos-zfs.md
Last active Jan 5, 2020
Install Elementary Freya on ZFS root
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Experimental 2015-04-25

# Create a usb disk with Elementary OS and Startup Disk Creator
# Boot it
sudo -i
apt-add-repository --yes ppa:zfs-native/stable
apt-get update
apt-get install --yes spl-dkms zfs-dkms ubuntu-zfs    

setup zfs

@timruffles
timruffles / dyanmic_or_di_elixir.md
Last active Oct 13, 2019
Approaches to dependency-injection/dynamic dispatch in elixir
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In many production systems you'll want to have one module capable of talking to many potential implementations of a collaborator module (e.g a in memory cache, a redis-based cache etc). While testing it's useful to control which module the module under test is talking to.

Here are the approaches I can see. The two points that seem to divide the approaches are their tool-ability (dialyzer) and their ability to handle stateful implementations (which need a pid).

Passing modules

Modules are first class, so you can pass them in. Used in EEx, where passed module must implement a behaviour.

@bitemyapp
bitemyapp / gist:8739525
Last active Jan 3, 2020
Learning Haskell
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@gitaarik
gitaarik / git_submodules.md
Last active May 21, 2020
Git Submodules basic explanation
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Git Submodules basic explanation

Why submodules?

In Git you can add a submodule to a repository. This is basically a repository embedded in your main repository. This can be very useful. A couple of advantages of using submodules:

  • You can separate the code into different repositories.
@jgaskins
jgaskins / numeric_vs_uuid
Created Jan 17, 2014
Comparing numeric vs UUID in Postgres. Rehearsal benchmarks are thrown out. Only the second run is kept. Insertions are done all in one query to minimize the impact of I/O. This is harder to do with retrieval, but the ids are randomized in each one to minimize the effects of caching inside the database.
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Inserting
user system total real
Numeric 0.070000 0.010000 0.080000 ( 0.586738)
UUID 0.070000 0.020000 0.090000 ( 3.101085)
Retrieving by id
user system total real
Numeric 0.810000 0.980000 1.790000 ( 6.831551)
UUID 0.830000 0.990000 1.820000 ( 6.981944)
View gist:6216218
$ whois microsoft.com
Whois Server Version 2.0
Domain names in the .com and .net domains can now be registered
with many different competing registrars. Go to http://www.internic.net
for detailed information.
MICROSOFT.COM.ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.IS.A.GREAT.COMPANY.ITREBAL.COM
MICROSOFT.COM.ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.GET.ONE.MILLION.DOLLARS.AT.WWW.UNIMUNDI.COM
MICROSOFT.COM.ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.IM.ELITE.WANNABE.TOO.WWW.PLUS613.NET
@mbbx6spp
mbbx6spp / gist:5622645
Last active Dec 17, 2015
Add this to your .bash_profile to handle history properly across multiple terminals, and output exit code of last command plus suitable fortune in appropriate color.
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declare -r red=$'\e[31;40m'
declare -r blue=$'\e[0;34m'
declare -r d=$'\e[37;40m' # set this to what makes sense for your terminal color scheme
shopt -s histappend
pre_prompt() {
local exit_code=$?;
history -a;
history -n;
@quchen
quchen / trolling_haskell
Last active May 9, 2020
Trolling #haskell
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13:15 <xQuasar> | HASKELL IS FOR FUCKIN FAGGOTS. YOU'RE ALL A BUNCH OF
| FUCKIN PUSSIES
13:15 <xQuasar> | JAVASCRIPT FOR LIFE FAGS
13:16 <luite> | hello
13:16 <ChongLi> | somebody has a mental illness!
13:16 <merijn> | Wow...I suddenly see the error of my ways and feel
| compelled to write Node.js!
13:16 <genisage> | hi
13:16 <luite> | you might be pleased to learn that you can compile
| haskell to javascript now
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