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burm.net home about contact me experience hardware projects delicious keto meal – bacon on flax bread sandwich posted on the march 18th, 2013 under keto by john figured i’d post a delicious keto friendly breakfast that i made this weekend.  this was my second time using flax meal to make a “bun” for a sandwich.  it’s not for everyone, however if your on strict keto its amazing. get your bacon ready for the oven. set the oven on 400, do not pre-heat, put the bacon in. everyone’s cooking time might vary, it can take anywhere from 12-20 min depending on how crispy you like your bacon. while your bacon is cooking, prep the flax meal bun. 1/2 cup flax meal 1 tablespoon butter 1 egg  1 teaspoon of aluminum free baking powder got original recipe from reddit (lost the thread though). melt the butter in a bowl in the microwave, then mix all the ingredients above in the bowl. it should form a gooey blob, i try to shape the edges a little to give it more of a bun appearance. then toss it in the microwave for 90 seconds. after 90 seconds it should be done, and you can pop it out of the bowl. this is what it looks like after cutting it in 1/2. i tossed a little cream cheese on one side.  you can add an egg or whatever you wish at this point. it came out pretty awesome and delicious. flax is not for everyone, it can be a little on the dry side.  there are a ton of other recopies out there, some incorporate almond flour and ingredients i have yet to try. read more 2 comments installing gitlabhq on debian posted on the january 30th, 2012 under linux,ruby on rails,tutorials by john just a few notes from getting gitlabhq up and running on debian. used the following as a reference, however that is geared toward ubuntu (and most of it applies) https://github.com/gitlabhq/gitlabhq_install depending upon your situation you may want to skip some of those steps such as installing ruby (i’m using rvm) and using apache… if you have not done so already, su to root and add apt-get install sudo. the documentation on that link is assuming you using ubuntu which uses the admin group for sudo access, and by default on debian it the sudo group. you can either edit the /etc/sudoers and add the admin group or just change the first step to the following: sudo useradd -s /bin/bash -m -g sudo gitlabhq sudo passwd gitlabhq follow the rest of the instructions (ignoring ruby if you have rvm installed)… there is one little typo where the guide tells you to edit the gitlab.yml file under “configure gitlabhq” the correct path is: ~gitlabhq/config/gitlab.yml in my case i wanted to use mysql instead of sqlite, so i went ahead and edited the database.yml file to mysql… added the mysql2 gem to the gemfile then ran the following commands: bundle install –without development test bundle exec rake db:setup rails_env=production bundle exec rake db:seed_fu rails_env=production on my dev server i’m running apache with passenger, so i added a new site pointing to the public directory of the gitlabhq user that was created during the process and fired up the url. everything seems to be working fine, i’ll update this page as i get to play around a bit. so far it seems solid, comitted my first project and update. my main reason for installing this was to avoid the costs of using one of the git hosting sites. i couldn’t see paying for it when i’d like to create a whole bunch of repositories for testing and side projects, cost wise it just didn’t make sense. read more no comments xenserver basic security tips – how do you secure your xenserver? posted on the january 29th, 2012 under interesting,linux,server,tutorials,xen,xenserver by john using this post to keep some notes on a few things i did to my xenserver instance,  most of this is just common sense. disable root login via ssh first things first, make sure you add a user on the xenserver box.  this is the user you will allow to login via ssh (if you have ssh running at all). edit the sshd_config, and find the text #permitrootlogin yes and change it to: permitrootlogin no right below that add a new line, and replace username with the username you created. allowusers username if you have more then one user that you want to add just put a space between them and add them in succession.  example: allowusers john harry bob then go ahead and restart sshd: /etc/init.d/sshd restart open up a new terminal session and make sure you can login to the server under your new user, and you should be good to go! edit the web page that xenserver shows or limit access completely xenserver by default serves up a web page that gives your links to download the xen center admin console… the web server also servers up the xapi that is needed for the admin console to access the server remotely. so you have a few options, edit the index.html page to remove the data on there and serve up a blank page.  or the better option is to restrict access completely to the xapi via the hosts file.  and the best option is to toss the xenserver behind a firewall (hardware or software).  perhaps i’ll go into detail on how to do that in a future post, but in short, firewall the entire server and tunnel in via ssh, which would be the most secure avenue. the only downside to restricting access via a firewall or restricting access via the hosts file is that if you are not at home / work / at a pc where you have access to the restrictions in place your, out of luck on getting access to your server.   now keep in mind, there are alternatives for access (port knocking, ssh via another server or vm, etc)  i could go on forever, but everyones situation is different. with that said, lets go over the first two options. to prevent xenserver from showing the default index.html page, you can either edit the actual file and change it to your liking. the file is located here: /opt/xensource/www/index.html for the second option, you can reference the citrix support document here for detailed information on modifying the hosts file http://support.citrix.com/article/ctx118504, however below is essentially what you need to do. first edit the hosts.deny file located here: /etc/hosts.deny and enter in: xapi:all – what this does is restrict every ip from accessing the xapi.  second, you’ll need to edit the hosts.allow file, which takes precedence over the hosts.deny and specify the ip adresses or range of ip addresses that you would like to allow access to the xapi.  the hosts.allow file is located /etc/hosts.allow allow access to a specific ip in the hosts.allow you would put in the following replacing ipaddress with the ip you would like to grant access: xapi:ipaddress example: xapi:24.22.12.222 to allow access to a group of ip addresses, for our example, lets use 24.22. – this would allow any ip address that begins with 24.22. to access the xapi. example: xapi: 24.22. if you happen to come across this page, what do you do to lock down your xenserver installs?  i’ll be writing a few more articles as i dive deeper into xen and xenserver, so be sure to check back often. read more 2 comments older entries blue pink green purple red about welcome to burm.net you can get update via feed. links about me contact me edi talk / discussions experience my hardware my photos my projects rss feed categories apple as400 edi house interesting keto levittown linux long island mustang my projects personal php programming rails ecommerce project remodeling rpg ruby on rails server tutorials upstate vendor compliance xen xenserver recent posts delicious keto meal – bacon on flax bread sandwich installing gitlabhq on debian xenserver basic security tips – how do you secure your xenserver? xenserver tips and tricks – auto start your vm new roof going on the house today! archives archives select month march 2013 january 2012 december 2010 may 2010 november 2009 august 2009 july 2009 june 2009 may 2009 april 2009 march 2009 december 2008 november 2008 october 2008 august 2008 june 2008 may 2008 april 2008 march 2008 january 2008 december 2007 november 2007 october 2007 september 2007 august 2007 july 2007 june 2007 may 2007 december 2006 october 2006 june 2006 view more photos > search for: tags5.0 apple atv broadvoice brute force 750 catchcan citrix editalk editalk.com election ford foxbody gentran integration suite gis golf house hunting iphone kawasaki linux long island mustang my projects myrtle beach nassau county painting paperclip programming rails rails plugins rails tutorials red light camera renovation ror ruby ruby on rails scam security tremec 3550 upstate virtualization vm voip xen xenserver pages about contact me experience hardware projects december 2016 m t w t f s s « mar 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 © 2016 burm.net. theme designed by themetation & developed by crynobone. happily powered by wordpress.


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