Split screen console terminal ~ Terminator

January 3rd, 2010 mysurface

Sometimes, you may have many logs to trace at once, you may need to copy and paste text from files to files, and tabbed terminal is just not convenient enough. So, you hope for a terminal that allows you to split your console screen into either horizontal or vertical flexibly. If you have such requirements [...]

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Compile and execute 32 bits application in 64 bits operating system

October 1st, 2009 mysurface

The world is going towards 64 bits machines and operating system for personal computer, but there are still some libs and software only support 32 bits. Therefore in this transition period, there is a needs to support both 64 bits and 32 bits applications. Lately I been using x86_64 Fedora Linux. There are requirements for [...]

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XSLT processor command line

September 7th, 2008 mysurface

XSLT stand for XSL transformation, and XSL is EXtensible Stylesheet Language, it is XML-based Stylesheet Language defined by W3C. XSLT is one of the famous XML technology, XML that uses XSL needs transformation before that make sense. Some application such as firefox browser do support XSLT, with xsl source specified, it will be transform automatically. [...]

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Experiencing with vmware server and Sun xVM VirtualBox

August 17th, 2008 mysurface

Recently I have tried Sun xVM VirtualBox 1.6.4 , I have compare vbox with Vmware server 1.0.4. After couple days of testing, its time for me to share some personal findings towards them. I may not able to provide graphs, and accurate figures to shows their performance and specification, but what I do is to [...]

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Virtualize your operating system with qemu

August 2nd, 2008 mysurface

QEMU is a processor emulator, it allows you to run variety of unmodified guest operating systems such as Linux, Windows, Solaris, Dos etc just like Vmware and VirtualBox. In fact VirtualBox dynamic recompiler are based on QEMU. QEMU supports emulating several hardware platforms, including x86, AMD64, Alpha, MIPS, ARM, PPC, SPARC etc. QEMU comes with [...]

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Google search in command line

June 13th, 2008 mysurface

Recently I discovered a web page that provide command line interface for google search, as the author called it as Google Shell. Check out the screenshot, and also try it out at http://goosh.org/. It does looks like unix-shell, thank to Ajax. You may think that is hilarious, but don’t make judgment before trying it out. [...]

Posted in Misc, Network | Hits: 85343 | 10 Comments »

WordPress exploit: we been hit by hidden spam link injection

May 26th, 2008 mysurface

We been hit by hidden spam link injection (a modified version of goro spam injection), this crack injects spam links through wordpress wp_footer() or wp_head() hook. The spam links only reveal itself if crawled by search engine bot such as googlebot, and they are hidden from our eyes. We believe the cracker’s purpose is to [...]

Posted in curl, curlftpfs, file, find, Misc | Hits: 201595 | 93 Comments »

Installing true type fonts for linux

May 4th, 2008 mysurface

While searching the ways of installing true type fonts to linux, I get all sort of solutions. Some will ask you to copy and paste to fonts:/// folders in nautilus, or fonts:/ in konqueror. Some may even ask you to copy your ttf fonts to /usr/share/fonts and run fc-cache. All sort of ways doesn’t works [...]

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Simple use of find to search for files in command line

May 2nd, 2008 mysurface

Find is a very strong command to search for files and folders. You can search for files based on certain criteria besides filename, such as file types, atime, belongs to which groups, file modes, etc. Because find command support a lots of options, therefore sometimes find command line looks very complicated, but actually it is [...]

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How to transfer files and folders through ssh by drag and drop

April 30th, 2008 mysurface

If you are using windows and accessing linux servers through ssh, you may use ssh secure shell client, where it bundle with ssh secure shell file transfer client. The file transfer client allows you can do a file transfer drag and drop. Well in linux you can do the samething like that if you have [...]

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