This post has a list of educational apps for Android phones and tablets that I have discovered. I can’t claim that each app is the best for it’s purpose, but I’ve tested out each one and found it to be useful.
I am separating the lists into apps that have full functionality when offline and [...]
Here are some speed results for RAM according to Memtest86+ on some machines that I have run. Note that the reported speed varies between runs by a few percent.
Thinkpad 600e PentiumII 400Mhz PC-66 RAM (2 DIMMs) 174MB/s Compaq P3-866MHz PC133 RAM (3 DIMMs, 2*128 + 256) 190MB/s Compaq Athlon 1GHz PC133 RAM (3 DIMMs) [...]
It’s a commonly held myth that hardware RAID is unconditionally better than software RAID. That claim is not true in all cases and is particularly wrong at the low end.
Really Cheap Hardware RAID
The cheapest so-called hardware RAID uses RAID in the BIOS and relies on an OS driver for support when running in [...]
Security Context is the SE Linux label for a process, file, or other resource. Each process or object that a process may access has exactly one security context. It has four main parts separated by colons: User:Role:Domain/Type:Sensitivity Label. Note that the Sensitivity Label is a compile-time option that all distributions enable nowadays.
User in terms [...]
This document is designed to be a cheat-sheet for MySQL. I don’t plan to cover everything, just most things that a novice MySQL DBA is likely to need often or in a hurry.
If you are going to provide a database service to other machines edit /etc/mysql/my.cnf and set the bind-address parameter to [...]
On my SE Linux Play Machine I have a file in the root home directory named thanks.txt_append_only_dont_edit_with_vi which users can append random comments to. It kept slowly growing from the time of Fedora Core 2 to today, here is the text. Any text within brackets is my response to a question.
you can send messages [...]
Currently Debian/Lenny contains all packages needed to run SE Linux. Development continues so there are periodic updates which sit in Unstable for a while before migrating to Lenny (testing).
I have set up my own APT repository for SE Linux packages. This has packages that need newer versions than in Lenny but which will be [...]
Here is a complete list of entries for /etc/magic related to SE Linux.
# SE Linux policy database for Fedora versions less than 5, RHEL 4, and Debian before Etch # http://doc.coker.com.au/computers/selinux-magic 0 lelong 0xf97cff8c SE Linux policy >16 lelong x v%d >20 [...]
Here are links to some instances when SE Linux prevented exploits from working or mitigated their damage: [...]
Based on past mistakes by myself and others, here is a check-list before putting a Linux (or other Unix) server online:
Run memtest86+ (or an equivalent program for other architectures) before going live, ideally run it before installing the OS. Run it again every time you upgrade the RAM. Reboot the machine after every significant [...]