Always wanted to know more about Vector Clocks and how they work (specially after dealing with Riak for a couple of months now) and this is an excellent read.
Problem: just wanted an easy way to add my hosts to the ssh config file and connect to each host through the easiest way possible using normal bash command-line. Solution: configure your .ssh/config like you normally would, with the following: Host myapache Hostname myapache.host.com User fred Host myapache2 Hostname myapache2.host.com User fred Add the following … Continue reading Poor man’s ssh launcher (CLI)
Nostalgia time. While reading a few Wikipedia articles, just remembered that my first computer was a Timex 2068, which in fact was a clone of the ZX Spectrum 48k. I got it in 1987 but I was used to play with other computers (friends, school, etc) like the Commodore 64, Atari ST, Phillips MSX, etc. … Continue reading My first computer
My first experiment using the Korg iMS-20 Analog Synth on the iPad. Pure live improvisation using the Kaoss Pad with Real Time Recording.
OpenDedup just released a greatly enhanced Virtual Appliance based on SDFS. The OpenDedup Virtual NAS Appliance is designed for simple setup and management SDFS volumes for virtual environments. The Appliance includes capabilities to create, mount,delete, and export SDFS volumes via NFS from a Web Based interface. It also includes VMWare storage api integration that allow … Continue reading OpenDedup Virtual Appliance (based on SDFS)
Outro bom filme, mas com final fraquito.
Decidi arranjar mais tempo para ficar offline e consegui acabar de ler o The Big Bang do Simon Singh e O Desertor do Daniel Silva. O livro que se segue: The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay (Michael Chabon) e em audiobook tenho o The Lazarus Volt, do Tom Harper.
Acabadinho de ver, The Way Back, o último do Peter Weir. Recomendo. Faz-me lembrar o Rescue Dawn, do mestre Herzog. Se houver tempo, há crítica para breve.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Henry Lee
Just found out that my Time Machine SparseBundle is corrupt. I thought that it would be cool to save some money and hack Time Machine to enable backups to a Network Share on my home NAS instead of buying Time Capsule. It worked perfectly for a month or so, but I've done some changes on … Continue reading Time Machine and NAS Hacks