This is where I've posted all the geeky stuff I've done
and/or am going to do. Most of it is computer stuff, but there's
a splash of other hobbies too.
tony's geek stuff -
the blog more like a documentation diary for my home computer projects.
don't expect juicy gossip, my political opinions or what i ate for breakfast.
NOTE: The dust has settled on these projects. It's been a long time since I've done anything with them.
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- NWPE -
Nagios Web Plugin Executor. Like NRPE, just using standard HTTP to execute perl-based service checks
- RTG CGIs -
some CGI tools that work with RTG to
browse/report/graph the data you've collected about your network
- Digital Picture Processing -
A collection of perl scripts that use ImageMagick to make digital pictures more accessible
- PlayStation 2 Linux -
some personal projects to port/install software on the PS2 Linux Kit
- Jumpstart -
How to create a fully automated,
fully customized JumpStart Server
NOTE: it seems that all the links in this document that point to
docs.sun.com are now broken. One day
I'll figure out how/why Sun changes thier site every-other-week and fix it.
- ptree -
Pretty print the process tree in Linux or OpenBSD
(not just Solaris)
- apachelogrotate.pl -
how to gracefully and cleanly rotate apache logs
- proftpdlogrotate.pl -
along the same vein - how to gracefully and cleanly rotate proftpd logs
- Solaris Setup -
Basic Solaris 2.6 Setup Standard
NOTE: This is a little old (version #'s, etc.),
but many of the concepts are still valid
- Sun Serial Connectors -
How to hook you Sparc's console to a Portmaster
- ssh documentation -
how to setup .shosts, and port forwarding for Squid and pcANYWHERE with ssh v1
- distlog.pl -
break your log file in common log format into more edible chunks
- openssl scripts -
Elik's Instant Certificate Authority
(or how to create a CA with OpenSSL and not break the bank)
- GroundZero -
A dedication to the men and women at the World Trade Center
(A site I've created as a personal dedication to our modern heros)
External Links to (Old) Useful Stuff:
NOTE: More dust here - check out my del.icio.us bookmarks instead.