A technique for quickly finding existing reverse (PTR) entries in ip6.arpa- zones occurred to me recently. A cursory internet search reveals little about the subject, suggesting nobody else may have connected these dots before. So, I wrote a rudimentary tool to test the idea. Results: AWESOME. One tested /48 ...read more
UPDATE (Jan 12th 2012): see end of post for a much quicker restore method.
UPDATE (written 19th March 2015, don't recall release date): Samsung now has a firmware updater that works on Mac, and the update fixes this issue.
For reasons yet unknown, my Mac system disk lost its ...read more
This post has two snippets of code that demonstrate some aspects of the braindeadness that appears to be inherent in PHP arrays. I suggest trying to predict the output (especially with exhibit A) before you run the scripts, for extra fun ;)
Exhibit A:read more
<?php // create empty array $a $a = array ...
- Nambu: lost DM support last week. No streaming. Often errors during refresh. Otherwise, best client ever.
- Twitter.app: looks like shit. Does not ...
When logging in, Ubuntu shows (admin?) users some useful information, such as
70 packages can be updated. 35 updates are security updates.
I recently ran into an issue where this information popped up twice on each login – one up-to-date entry and one outdated entry. Some investigation showed that somehowread more
Last night, I dreamt that this Wikipedia-article existed, with these lines in it.
Originally defined as the difference between available system memory and free memory.
Load average can also be calculated for car engines; a common value is 2.2.
I swear I’m not making this up ;)read more
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