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nux! http://www.nux.ro/
grep: argument list too long http://www.nux.ro/archive/2016/06/grep__argument_list_too_long.html
bash http://www.nux.ro/tags/bash
grep http://www.nux.ro/tags/grep
shell http://www.nux.ro/tags/shell
the file /boot/grub/stage1 not read correctly http://www.nux.ro/archive/2016/05/the_file__boot_grub_stage1_not_read_correctly.html
boot http://www.nux.ro/tags/boot
ext http://www.nux.ro/tags/ext
ext4 http://www.nux.ro/tags/ext4
grub http://www.nux.ro/tags/grub
a week with wileyfox swift http://www.nux.ro/archive/2015/11/a_week_with_wileyfox_swift.html
motorola moto g http://www.motorola.com/us/products/moto-g
wileyfox swift https://www.wileyfox.com/swift/
https://cyngn.com/support https://cyngn.com/support
android http://www.nux.ro/tags/android
cyanogen http://www.nux.ro/tags/cyanogen
cyanogenmod http://www.nux.ro/tags/cyanogenmod
linux http://www.nux.ro/tags/linux
phone http://www.nux.ro/tags/phone
smartphone http://www.nux.ro/tags/smartphone
wileyfox http://www.nux.ro/tags/wileyfox
no whois server is known for this kind of object http://www.nux.ro/archive/2015/08/no_whois_server_is_known_for_this_kind_of_object.html
/etc/whois.conf http://dl.nux.ro/utils/whois.conf
thde.io https://thde.io/whois-command-line-new-gtld-guru-watch-zone-link/
cli http://www.nux.ro/tags/cli
dns http://www.nux.ro/tags/dns
whois http://www.nux.ro/tags/whois
protect kvm processes from oom killer http://www.nux.ro/archive/2015/07/protect_kvm_processes_from_oom_killer.html
oom killer http://linux-mm.org/oom_killer
ksm https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/6/html/virtualization_administration_guide/chap-ksm.html
cloud http://www.nux.ro/tags/cloud
kvm http://www.nux.ro/tags/kvm
linux http://www.nux.ro/tags/linux
oom http://www.nux.ro/tags/oom
wasting time http://www.nux.ro/archive/2015/04/wasting_time.html
reddit http://www.nux.ro/tags/reddit
time http://www.nux.ro/tags/time
twitter http://www.nux.ro/tags/twitter
setting up varnish in a centos server http://www.nux.ro/archive/2015/03/setting_up_varnish_in_a_centos_server.html
varnish http://www.varnish-cache.org/
yum repo https://www.varnish-cache.org/installation/redhat
mod_rpaf https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=apache+varnish+mod_rpaf
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cpanel http://www.nux.ro/tags/cpanel
varnish http://www.nux.ro/tags/varnish
webmin http://www.nux.ro/tags/webmin
bypassing bt homehub http://www.nux.ro/archive/2015/03/bypassing_bt_homehub.html
https://community.bt.com/t5/bt-infinity-speed-connection/openreach-how-i-can-connect-my-pc-directly-into-openreach-white/td-p/716632 https://community.bt.com/t5/bt-infinity-speed-connection/openreach-how-i-can-connect-my-pc-directly-into-openreach-white/td-p/716632
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bt http://www.nux.ro/tags/bt
btinfinity http://www.nux.ro/tags/btinfinity
linux http://www.nux.ro/tags/linux
pppoe http://www.nux.ro/tags/pppoe
"fixing" firefox http://www.nux.ro/archive/2015/01/_fixing__firefox.html
fail http://www.nux.ro/tags/fail
firefox http://www.nux.ro/tags/firefox
changing an ad password from centos linux http://www.nux.ro/archive/2014/11/changing_an_ad_password_from_centos_linux.html
ad http://www.nux.ro/tags/ad
centos http://www.nux.ro/tags/centos
ldap http://www.nux.ro/tags/ldap
linux http://www.nux.ro/tags/linux
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show the ip address http://ip.nux.ro
random password generator http://pwgen.nux.ro
repos http://li.nux.ro/repos.html
linux livecds http://li.nux.ro/remixes.html
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manu http://manurevah.com
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about me http://www.nux.ro/about.html
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die (1) http://www.nux.ro/tags/die
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dns (9) http://www.nux.ro/tags/dns
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fuck this shit (6) http://www.nux.ro/tags/fuck this shit
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gay (1) http://www.nux.ro/tags/gay
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nux! skip to content grep: argument list too long 16th june 2016 a quick one. today i tried grepping for some stuff in a large maildir and received the aforementioned error. a nice workaround is to use: grep -r "blah blah" /path/to/dir instead of grep "blah blah" /path/to/dir/* hth! tags: bash, grep, shell. | no comments the file /boot/grub/stage1 not read correctly 2nd may 2016 today i virtualised a server into a similarly spec'ed and partitioned vm. after i have copied over the contents and rebuilt the initrd, i then tried to run grub-install only to get this in return: the file /boot/grub/stage1 not read correctly it turns out grub failed to install due to differences in the ext4 filesystem (either inode size, features and so on); on the origin server it was ext4 with centos 6 defaults, while the vm's was prepared from a centos 7 livecd. `tune2fs -l` should be able to show all this info. the solution was to re-format the vm partitions from a centos 6 cd, after which i had no more problems. hth tags: boot, ext, ext4, grub. | no comments a week with wileyfox swift 21st november 2015 recently i have been looking for a new phone to replace the old motorola xt910 which had begun to test my nerves. in the end i have decided it's not worth spending several hundreds ££ on a "flagship" device that will probably get replaced in 2 years time, i also am not a fan of contracts, so it had to be a sim-free device. i had a look at the sim-free devices available and i have ended up with 2 reasonable choices: - motorola moto g - wileyfox swift the set of features i was looking for was: - open (unlocked) bootloader so i can fiddle with it (i'm a fiddler :> ) - 5" or smaller (hard to find non-enormous devices any more) - cheap (i'm also cheap :> ) - reasonable quality after navigating around for info, reviews and so on i have chosen wileyfox swift, especially because of pricing and specs. motorola moto g 3rd gen 1gb ram, 8gb disk is ~£150. wileyfox swift 2gb ram, 16 gb disk is ~£120. the same spec'ed moto g is around £200, quite the difference! the wileyfox was swiftly dispatched by amazon and i got to play with it just a couple of days after placing the order. first impressions were really good. this is a nifty, little machine. plastiky, but solid and quite slim! the display doesn't look ginormous and is very crisp and bright. booting up to and general use of cyanogenos 12.1 was a pleasure and it felt like a breath of fresh air coming from the old and locked-down motorola xt910 - good bye bloatware! i love the new privacy guard feature in android and the fact that i can now have fine grained control over what applications can do and access. i am also happy about the availability of truecaller anti-spam functionality, though i have not started to use it yet. things i like, not necesarilly about the hardware, but on the whole: - dual micro-sim - never again shall i buy a single-sim device! - decent battery life, it gets me through the day easily and charges fast (still a long way from the 3200mah of the xt910) - good build quality, considering the price - crisp and bright display - pretty fast, i'm yet to experience any lag - though i don't use any heavy apps such as games - good control of the apps via privacy guard, really android should have had this from the beginning - default os is nice and clean, without the usual crapware and some great additions - easily hackable, trivial to play with the roms etc - great for developers and techies! - holding the back button pressed for slightly longer kills the current app. how i craved for something like this! and some things i don't like: - the camera - it's the biggest let-down of this device, 13mp and 5 lens, but it's mediocre at best, can be enough for some quick snaps for twitter etc, but nowhere near the quality of the e.g. galaxy s4 one and in many cases worse than the camera in my old 2011 motorola xt910. for a while i thought there is some sort of film covering the lens, alas not, it's just crappy. :) - the dual sim experience is ok-ish, but surprisingly less so than the nokia asha 503, not as much control, i hope future android releases will improve this and a few issues... my first actions were to secure the phone, i.e. setting a pin and also enabling scrambling of the input layout; next was encrypting the phone. these 2 should be done by everyone, alas few care - or understand enough to care about the security. manufacturers should put more effort in this. moving on, i hit a problem, because that's what happens when you fiddle. :) while still at an experimental stage of using this phone, i wanted to go back to an unecrypted state ... and to my surprise i noticed it's not really possible anymore. perhaps there is some shell thingy that can be done to disable it, but it's certainly missing from the ui and i hadn't enough time to fiddle any more with it that day. i went straight for a re-flash of the cyanogenos which is available at https://cyngn.com/support; this wiped out the encryption (along with my data). this is very easy to do, takes 5 minutes. start with putting your phone in fastboot mode then install android-tools (android sdk) on your computer so you have "fastboot" and "adb" utils available. wget http://builds.cyngn.com/factory/crackling/cm-12.1-yog4pas1t1-crackling-signed-fastboot.zip unzip cm-12.1-yog4pas1t1-crackling-signed-fastboot.zip sudo fastboot -i 0x2970 flash boot boot.img sudo fastboot -i 0x2970 flash system system.img sudo fastboot -i 0x2970 flash recovery recovery.img sudo fastboot -i 0x2970 reboot problem solved! flashing the os via fastboot created another problem though, it had not left enough free space on the data partition to allow for the disk encryption to be enabled. this meant i had to do it manually, seemingly a simple operation, but which will also wipes your data - good thing i messed around with this phone before putting in "production": - reboot in recovery mode (adb reboot recovery) - get a shell (adb shell) - check /proc/partitions and /proc/mounts for your "data" partition and resize the filsystem on it to use 32mb less space (just substract 32768 from the number shown in /proc/partitions), this will wipe your data. e.g. ~# mke2fs -t ext4 -l data /dev/block/mmcblk0p31 12951023 - reboot and you're done, once the phone is up and running you can encrypt it again! besides encryption, i also recommend installing a firewall application, i have found afwall+ to be excellent, it's both in google play and f-droid. if you like to stay in control of your device, this frontend to iptables surely helps. i have also disabled gmail, google calendars and pretty much everything google i could except play; i'm currently sync'ing my contacts, calendars, tasks and notes from a local installation of owncloud. this has been a surprisingly pleasant experience and warrants another blog post in the near future. conclusion the wileyfox swift has been so far a very nice experience, more than worth the £120 i paid and i recommend it to anyone who wants a "no bullshit" smartphone experience. watch out for the camera, if you like to take beautiful pics, this will probably let you down. having said that, it's not totally worthless and is fine for a quick snap. tags: android, cyanogen, cyanogenmod, linux, phone, smartphone, wileyfox. | no comments no whois server is known for this kind of object 13th august 2015 i make extensive use of whois in my work and since they introduced all these fancy tlds in recent years i've noticed the standard linux whois client is failing for many of them. ever tried to whois e.g. whois.fail and got this instead? no whois server is known for this kind of object well, apparently it's as simple as adding the new servers to the whois client config file. here's how my /etc/whois.conf looks like. feel free to copy/paste. credits go to thde.io. cheerio! tags: cli, dns, whois. | no comments protect kvm processes from oom killer 9th july 2015 while running clouds on linux kvm hypervisors it may happen that some of your virtual machines processes get killed by the oom killer in order to free up memory. depending on your situation, the oom killer may be instructed not to kill certain processes; but if you go this way make sure you know what you are doing and how resources are used. so, to proceed with protecting kvm processes from out of memory scenarios, we need to run a few commands: 1 - determine the pid of the processes, we can use pgrep for this 2 - protect them from oom killer by changing the pids oom_adj value to -17 (oom_disable); if you use a 3.x+ kernel then you need to change oom_score_adj to -1000 instead as oom_adj is deprecated this can be wrapped up in a one-liner such as this: for pid in $(pgrep qemu-kvm); do echo -17 > /proc/$pid/oom_adj; done that would work in centos 6, but if you are on a newer kernel than that (say 3.x like the one in centos 7) then use this: for pid in $(pgrep qemu-kvm); do echo -1000 > /proc/$pid/oom_score_adj; done you might want to double check your kvm processes run as qemu-kvm, that's the program's name in centos, it may differ in other distributions. if you do not want to do this manually every time a vm is created you can simply create a cron job to do it for you every x minutes; if you spin up instances very often then you may set it as frequent as 1 minute: echo '*/1 * * * * root for pid in $(pgrep qemu-kvm); do echo -1000 > /proc/$pid/oom_score_adj; done' > /etc/cron.d/oomprotect if you run into memory usage issues, do have a look at ksm as it can help optimise memory utilisation (but at the cost of extra cpu usage). tags: cloud, kvm, linux, oom. | no comments wasting time 24th april 2015 quit twitter. now if i could only do the same with reddit and hacker news.. i might have a shot at doing something with my life. :) later edit 7th may: well, that didn't last long, i reactivated my twitter account. but hn and reddit remain banned. so, partial victory. tags: reddit, time, twitter. | no comments setting up varnish in a centos server 26th march 2015 varnish is one of those small, shiny, remarcable jewels of the open source world. it can make an enormous difference in how your web application responds and how fast your web site loads. it's all in it's caching feature and not only; i've seen people use it as an web application firewall (search github) and out of the box it will only forward well formed http requests to your backend, acting as a filter against malicious activity or scans against your server. it'll also take the brunt of a syn flood attack, sparing apache httpd or nginx which usually go belly up quite fast. performing an install of varnish in centos 6 is quite trivial as they provide a yum repo: yum -y install https://repo.varnish-cache.org/redhat/varnish-3.0.el6.rpm yum install varnish out of the box it will listen on port 6081 and will not do much caching. if you want to modify how it works you need to edit 2 files: /etc/sysconfig/varnish /etc/varnish/default.vcl the first file tells varnish what kind of cache to use and how big, also on which ports to listen to. the second file configures the backend servers and the way in which the caching is done. configuring caching in varnish is not for the faint of heart, so do a serious read-up of the documentation before-hand; there are also many examples online. both those files come with working defaults, all you need to do is point your web traffic at it and here you have 2 choices at least: 1 - assuming varnish sits on the same ip/machine as the backend, change the port of your web server to something other than 80 (like 8080) and set varnish to use port 80 2 - do a redirect from iptables, this is my favourite as it doesn't need any reconfiguration of the web servers: iptables -t nat -i prerouting -i lo -j accept iptables -t nat -i prerouting -s local_ip -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j accept iptables -t nat -i prerouting -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j redirect --to-ports 6081 before you do that, however, you need to tell varnish which is the backend web server. this is done in /etc/varnish/default.vcl like this: backend default { .host = "local_ip"; .port = "80"; } * local_ip is your servers ip you can check the configuration is correct with this command: varnishd -c -f /etc/varnish/default.vcl restart varnish so it's up and running with your configuration: service varnish restart you can use the commands varnishtop or varnishstat to see what is going on. once you do this http traffic will go through varnish and then to your backend, one consequence of this is that your apache log will show that all requests are coming from the local ip instead of your visitors' ips. you can solve that by installing and configuring mod_rpaf. enjoy! tags: centos, cpanel, varnish, webmin. | no comments bypassing bt homehub 11th march 2015 so you have bt infinity, the white openreach modem is up and running and you have broadband via wired or wifi through the fancy bt homehub; but you are a geek or a freak and you want to run your own router. you want to use your local linux box, custom dd-wrt router or who knows, perhaps a raspberry pi. fair enough. here's how to do it: 1 - disconnect the bt homehub router from the white modem 2 - connect your linux machine to the modem (lan1 port usually) 3 - run pppoe-setup on the linux machine and answer the questions accordingly. interestingly the user/password i used seem to be sort of gibberish, but do work: "internet@btbroadband.com" and the password "broadband". i chose not to let pppoe-setup set the dns or firewall for me, ymmv. start the connection with /sbin/ifup ppp0. that's it, enjoy your broadband! links: https://community.bt.com/t5/bt-infinity-speed-connection/openreach-how-i-can-connect-my-pc-directly-into-openreach-white/td-p/716632 tags: broadband, bt, btinfinity, linux, pppoe. | no comments "fixing" firefox 4th january 2015 for quite some time now firefox has a shitty 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