No public Twitter messages.
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • linkedIn


Custom Google Voice Widget 2

In a previous article I covered creating a custom google voice widget using html alone. A had a lot of questions asking me how to submit that html form without refreshing the page. Well the answer is here…

→ continue reading

Custom Ubuntu Server ISO

Remastering the Ubuntu Desktop ISO is easy considering the existing graphical tools but did you ever wanted to build your custom Ubuntu Server Edition ISO ?

→ continue reading

SSH as a Socks Proxy

Did you know can transform any machine that you can ssh to into a quick and secure socks proxy? I find that very useful in at least 2 scenarios:

  • Trying to access an web application from a private network. A example would be to configure some network devices (nas, voip phones) that are located on a client’s internal network
  • When you’re on a unsecure network, like a wireless hotspot and you’re afraid that your password can be sniffed

→ continue reading

Ubuntu SVN Setup

If you’re looking over the perfect subversion setup in ubuntu you’re at the right place. I’m a long time subversion and ubuntu user and I’ll try to share some info on how I keep my source code safe. This article will cover how you can setup your own webdav enabled, multi repository subversion server.

→ continue reading

Simple Asterisk Watchdog

Asterisk is pretty stable but from time to time it may crash so it’s better to be prepared for that. A hour of downtime may cost a lot of money if you have a heavy used server. Want a quick solution to automatically restart asterisk after a crash? This little bash script will do the trick.

→ continue reading

Strong Passwords

Having a strong password is not a easy skill to master. I’ve seen a lot of various password generators on the Internet, they all suck and you have a big chance to generate the weakest password you’ll ever have. Why is that, because it may be so strong that you will probably need write it down in order to remember it.

→ continue reading