Skip to content

Instantly share code, notes, and snippets.

Zack B zbrdge

Block or report user

Report or block zbrdge

Hide content and notifications from this user.

Learn more about blocking users

Contact Support about this user’s behavior.

Learn more about reporting abuse

Report abuse
View GitHub Profile
smcnamara3 /
Created Mar 25, 2016
ZFS root on Xenial - personal fork of
# 2016-03-24 19:42
# Auto-installer for clean new system using root on zfs, and optionally on
# luks encrypted disks. It installs Ubuntu 14.04.04 or 16.04 with everything
# needed to support ZFS and potentially LUKS. Without LUKS everything lives
# in the main rpool pool. With LUKS then /boot lives in its own boot pool.
# Grub2 is installed to all disks, so the system can boot cleanly from *any*
# disk, even with a failed disk.
zhuowei / angler_partitioninfo.txt
Created Dec 31, 2015
Huawei Nexus 6P (Angler) partition information
View angler_partitioninfo.txt
Found valid GPT with protective MBR; using GPT
Disk /dev/block/mmcblk0: 61071360 sectors, 1148M
Logical sector size: 512
Disk identifier (GUID): 98101b32-bbe2-4bf2-a06e-2bb33d000c20
Partition table holds up to 44 entries
First usable sector is 34, last usable sector is 61071326
Number Start (sector) End (sector) Size Code Name
1 16384 180223 80.0M 0700 modem
fajarnugraha / zfsroot.lua
Last active Nov 7, 2016
Grub lua script to enable automatic creation of grub menu entries on zfs root. Download to /rpool/grub/zfsroot.lua
View zfsroot.lua
-- Change this two variables with your actual setup
-- End of user-editable section
ds = ""
snap = ""
snap_dir = ""
function find_kernel_pair (name)
andrewkroh / sshd
Last active Apr 11, 2017
Google Authenticator PAM - Vagrant User SSH Exception
View sshd
# Skip Google Authenticator for the vagrant user:
auth [success=1 default=ignore] user = vagrant
auth required
auth required
auth required
auth include password-auth
account required
aaronhalford /
Created Nov 28, 2014
Customize ChromeOS Crosh Terminal with Custom Fonts and Solarized Dark Theme

Customize Chromebook Chrosh Shell Environment

Requirement: Chromebook, Common Sense, Commandline Ablity, 1 hour of time

Dear developers with a spare Chromebook lets inject a little personalization into your Crosh shell with custom fonts, the solarized theme, and extra secure shell options.

Also, keep in mind that the terms Chrosh, Chrosh Window, and Secure Shell all refer to various versions and extentions built around the ChromeOS terminal. Settings that affect the ChromeOS terminal are global.

Custom Fonts

View gist:03d88e3733c6ee098a89

Rust is the first language that has emerged in the past few years that solves enough of my problems that it would be worth not only learning & teaching an entirely new language, but also sacrificing the maturity of the language ecosystems I’ve become accustomed to.

I highly suggest you read the "Guide" provided by the language developers or this won't make much sense. These are just some of my thoughts and are intended to highlight particular things that stand out to me. I am just a practitioner and not an expert in any of these languages, so I have probably made some incorrect assumptions and out-of-date assertions. Bare with me.

Rust feels like the first time momentum has gained behind a true systems programming language that uses modern PL design techniques to prevent common errors when dealing with memory. It seems like others have previously either been too anemic to be worth adopting or too abstract to provide proper control. The type system and assignment semantics are designed specifically to preven

mblarsen / deploy.yaml
Last active May 9, 2019
Solution for `git clone` using Ansible for repos with private submodules with github deploy keys
View deploy.yaml
# Problem:
# If you use git submodules linking two private github repos, you'll need to create a separate deploy key for each.
# Multiple keys are not supported by Ansible, nor does ansible (when running git module) resort to your `.ssh/config` file.
# This means your ansible playbook will hang in this case.
# You can however use the ansible git module to checkout your repo in multiple steps, like this:
- hosts: webserver
komuw / enable vt-x in chromebook
Last active Oct 8, 2018
How To enable VT-x support in chromebook
View enable vt-x in chromebook
Generously taken from this discussion;
They've created a wiki:
You should check it out to see if anything has changed.
A. first of all install virtualbox correctly: then;
1.Open a shell on your Chrome OS
ie while in in chromeOS; open browser, then ctrl+alt+T, then type shell, then press enter
2.Disable verified boot :
View scapy-2.2.0-rfmon-mac.patch
--- scapy-2.1.0-rfmon/scapy/arch/ 2009-09-23 10:27:36.000000000 -0400
+++ scapy-2.1.0/scapy/arch/ 2014-04-11 20:54:49.000000000 -0400
@@ -52,7 +52,14 @@
class _PcapWrapper_libpcap:
def __init__(self, *args, **kargs):
self.pcap = pcap.pcapObject()
- self.pcap.open_live(*args, **kargs)
+ if sys.platform == 'darwin' and 'pcap_set_rfmon' not in dir(self.pcap):
+ warning("Mac OS WiFI monitor mode not supported unless python-libpcap patched for OS X is used.")
View pylibpcap-0.6.4-rfmon-mac.patch
diff -ru pylibpcap-0.6.4/pcap.c pylibpcap-0.6.4-mac/pcap.c
--- pylibpcap-0.6.4/pcap.c 2012-01-05 19:13:47.000000000 -0500
+++ pylibpcap-0.6.4-mac/pcap.c 2014-04-11 20:29:02.000000000 -0400
@@ -1,15 +1,16 @@
/* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
* This file was automatically generated by SWIG (
- * Version 1.3.31
- *
- * This file is not intended to be easily readable and contains a number of
+ * Version 3.0.0
You can’t perform that action at this time.