View linux.sh
#!/boot/bzImage
# Linux kernel userspace initialization code, translated to bash
# (Minus floppy disk handling, because seriously, it's 2017.)
# Not 100% accurate, but gives you a good idea of how kernel init works
# GPLv2, Copyright 2017 Hector Martin <marcan@marcan.st>
# Based on Linux 4.10-rc2.
# Note: pretend chroot is a builtin and affects the current process
# Note: kernel actually uses major/minor device numbers instead of device name
View mailgun-sample.php
class Mailgun {
function post($headers, $url, $data){
$handle = curl_init();
curl_setopt($handle, CURLOPT_URL, $url);
curl_setopt($handle, CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER, $headers);
curl_setopt($handle, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, false);
curl_setopt($handle, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, true);
curl_setopt($handle, CURLOPT_POST, true);
curl_setopt($handle, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $data);
View lvm-parser.rb
# LVM Parser & Block Reader
#
# Copyright (C) 2016 Red Hat Inc
require 'optparse'
require 'ostruct'
require 'binary_struct'
### constants
View netlink_ifnew.py
View Mailgun PHP API with curl
define("DOMAIN", "test.se");
define("MAILGUN_API", "XXX123"); // Mailgun Private API Key
function br2nl($string) {
return preg_replace('/\<br(\s*)?\/?\>/i', "\n", $string);
}
function mg_send($to, $subject, $message) {
$ch = curl_init();
View cx_oracle.md

First of all, it just seems like doing anything with Oracle is obnoxiously painful for no good reason. It's the nature of the beast I suppose. cx_oracle is a python module that allows you to connect to an Oracle Database and issue queries, inserts, updates..usual jazz.

Linux

Step 1:

sudo apt-get install build-essential unzip python-dev libaio-dev

Step 2. Click here to download the appropriate zip files required for this. You'll need:

View martini-mgo.go
package main
import (
"github.com/codegangsta/martini"
"github.com/codegangsta/martini-contrib/binding"
"github.com/codegangsta/martini-contrib/render"
"labix.org/v2/mgo"
)
type Wish struct {
View tupperware.py
from UserDict import IterableUserDict
import collections
__author__ = 'github.com/hangtwenty'
def tupperware(mapping):
""" Convert mappings to 'tupperwares' recursively.
View README.md

VMware ESXi includes a built in VNC server that can be used to access a VMs console for manipulation via automated tools (e.g., veewee) or by users on platforms where the vSphere Client is not supported. In ESXi 5.x, the built-in firewall does not allow VNC traffic to be received by the VNC server, even when an individual VM is configured to support this configuration. To complete this activity, the firewall has to be modified to allow the appropriate ports.

The below script can be run via the ESXi command line to setup the firewall rules necessary to run VNC. A few items to note:

  • Scripts assumes the firewall rules file is the default provided as by 5.0.0 update 2 build 914586 and/or 5.1.0 build 799733 (may work in other versions)
  • In order to persist settings after a reboot, it is necessary to copy the firewall settings to either a specific datastore mapped to the host, or the local persistent storage linked under the /store directory. Further, the either the /etc/rc.local (ESXi 5.0) or `/etc/rc.local
View dhcpparse.awk
#!/usr/bin/awk -f
#
# Author: Matt Pascoe - matt@opennetadmin.com
#
# This awk script is used to extract relavant information from a dhcpd.conf
# config file and build dcm.pl output with appropriate fields. This can be
# used to bootstrap a new database from existing site data.
# As usual, inspect the output for accuracy.
# Also you will get three types of output, subnet,pool,host. You must
# add the subnet information first, then pool, then host.