Inetd listens for connections on certain sockets. When a connection is found on one of its sockets, it decides what service the socket corresponds to, and invokes a program to service the request. The server program is invoked with the service socket as its standard input, output and error descriptors.
Essentially, inetd allows running one daemon to invoke several others Continue reading ‘Internet Super Server’
Dropbear is a relatively small open source SSH 2 server. It runs on a variety of POSIX-based platforms.
The perfect environment for this server could be a little low-end system like your mobile phone or BeagleBone.
apt-get install dropbear
# Alternative dropbear login banner
Roundcube is web based open source multiuser IMAP client, yesterday I upgraded my older installation to a new stable version 0.8.2.
After successfully installation I was able to see a new redesigned login window with stupid server field. Continue reading ‘Roundcube remove server field’
Another modern method for the mobile age to be up to date everywhere about your infrastructure. Everyone has a mobile device with internet access, you need only a ICQ client to receive information notifications.
Today I’m going to talk about how to bring this idea to live… Continue reading ‘Monitoring with ICQ’
Last week I bought a new HDD for one friend and I started a rsync process on my tiny home-server to copy some stuff – it was around 190 GB of different stuff.
This command looks very simple and without unnecessary options but my 400 MHz CPU was pretty quick hot and I got a Continue reading ‘Linux Process Control’