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fatihyildizhan / Docker + Traefik + Let's Encrypt + Github Repository
Last active Jan 14, 2021
Docker + Traefik v1.7 and 2.0 + Let's Encrypt + Github Repository
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Docker + Traefik + Let's Encrypt + Github Repository
Using:
- Ubuntu 19.04
- Docker Engine 19.03
- Docker Compose 1.25.0-rc2
- Traefik v1.7.18 with dnsChallenge
- Traefik v2.0.1 with httpChallenge
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@vidia
vidia / nginx-unificontroller.conf
Last active Dec 30, 2020
Example, working, NGINX config for proxying to Unifi Controller software and using letsencrypt. Includes websocket fix.
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# I had a bit of trouble getting my unifi controller (hosted offsite) to use a proxy/letsencrypt. So here are the fruits of my labor.
# The unifi default port is 8443 running on localhost.
# License: CC0 (Public Domain)
server {
# SSL configuration
#
listen 443 ssl default_server;
listen [::]:443 ssl default_server;
@matthewbednarski
matthewbednarski / postal-codes.json
Last active Dec 14, 2020
Global postal codes regex formats
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[{ "Note": "The first two digits (ranging from 10–43) correspond to the province, while the last two digits correspond either to the city/delivery zone (range 01–50) or to the district/delivery zone (range 51–99). Afghanistan Postal code lookup", "Country": "Afghanistan", "ISO": "AF", "Format": "NNNN", "Regex": "^\\d{4}$"}, { "Note": "With Finland, first two numbers are 22.", "Country": "Åland Islands", "ISO": "AX", "Format": "NNNNN", "Regex": "^\\d{5}$"}, { "Note": "Introduced in 2006, gradually implemented throughout 2007.", "Country": "Albania", "ISO": "AL", "Format": "NNNN", "Regex": "^\\d{4}$"}, { "Note": "First two as in ISO 3166-2:DZ", "Country": "Algeria", "ISO": "DZ", "Format": "NNNNN", "Regex": "^\\d{5}$"}, { "Note": "U.S. ZIP codes (range 96799)", "Country": "American Samoa", "ISO": "AS", "Format": "NNNNN (optionally NNNNN-NNNN or NNNNN-NNNNNN)", "Regex": "^\\d{5}(-{1}\\d{4,6})$"}, { "Note":
@obscurerichard
obscurerichard / README.md
Created Sep 17, 2012
Simulates a low bandwidth, high-latency network connection
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slow

This bash script offers quick shortcuts to simulate slower network connections. It is useful when you need to simulate a wireless network on a Linux network server, especially when you are using a virtual machine guest on your local machine or in the cloud.

slow 3G                   # Slow network on default eth0 down to 3G wireless speeds
slow reset                # Reset connection for default eth0 to normal
slow vsat --latency=500ms # Simulate satellite internet  with a high latency
slow dsl -b 1mbps         # Simulate DSL with a slower speed than the default
slow modem-56k -d eth0    # Simulate a 56k modem on the eth1 device. eth0 is unchanged.
View jQuery HTML5 placeholder fix.js
// Released under MIT license: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php
$('[placeholder]').focus(function() {
var input = $(this);
if (input.val() == input.attr('placeholder')) {
input.val('');
input.removeClass('placeholder');
}
}).blur(function() {
var input = $(this);
@ecampidoglio
ecampidoglio / cpustatus.sh
Created Feb 21, 2013
A Bash script that prints the current state of the CPU on a Raspberry Pi. It displays variables like temperature, voltage and speed.
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#!/bin/bash
# cpustatus
#
# Prints the current state of the CPU like temperature, voltage and speed.
# The temperature is reported in degrees Celsius (C) while
# the CPU speed is calculated in megahertz (MHz).
function convert_to_MHz {
let value=$1/1000
echo "$value"
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Prerequisites
=============
- One Pinephone braveheart edition
- A micro SIM card or Nano sim with micro adapter
- A micro SD card (tested with SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-1 64G)
- A 5V power adapter with regular usb connector (15 Watts recommended. 5V/3 amp)
- A Linux desktop/laptop to prepare the SD card (laptop used in this tutorial)
Preparation
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# How to install:
# pre-commit install --install-hooks && pre-commit install --install-hooks -t commit-msg
# How temporary skip one of hooks: https://pre-commit.com/#temporarily-disabling-hooks
repos:
#######
# ALL #
#######
@hvanderlaan
hvanderlaan / ansible-vault.md
Last active Oct 28, 2020
Ansible-vault example
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Ansible vault example

New in Ansible 1.5, “Vault” is a feature of ansible that allows keeping sensitive data such as passwords or keys in encrypted files, rather than as plaintext in your playbooks or roles. These vault files can then be distributed or placed in source control. To enable this feature, a command line tool, ansible-vault is used to edit files, and a command line flag –ask-vault-pass or –vault-password-file is used. Alternately, you may specify the location of a password file or command Ansible to always prompt for the password in your ansible.cfg file. These options require no command line flag usage.

Requirements

@fasiha
fasiha / README.md
Last active Oct 14, 2020
Set up RTL-SDR, dump1090, and dump978 for ADS-B/TIS-B/FIS-B/UAT on macOS
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Introduction

I’m not very familiar with the aviation jargon (see FAA’s ADS-B FAQ), but ADS-B is a next-gen system where aircraft are equipped with transponders that periodically broadcast their own positions and receive the reports from both other aircraft (direct air-to-air) as well as air-traffic control (ATC) ground transmitters.

There are two separate ADS-B radio bands: the commercial aviation (CA) is at 1090 MHz while the general aviation (GA) is at 978 MHz. If I can be permitted a gross generalization—the former corresponds to big commercial jets and the latter to small private aircraft.

Because ADS-B is designed to democratize airspace situational awareness (in contrast to the older setup, like from films, where a central air-traffic controller is coordinating all these aircraft that can’t see each other), we can buy cheap RF receivers to pick up and decode the messages being broadcast by aircraft and ground towers to get our own picture of the

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