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Saturday, December 13, 2008


This blog can be considered dead. I refuse to delete it - the Internet should have its own garbage collection and management. Also I may score a few more hits...and everyone on the webosphere likes hits.

you can visit the new improved and almost empty . It's sure to be a hit. Manilla Envelope style!

Friday, September 29, 2006

Wanna cyber??

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

RT - Installation Notes Part 2

Ok so hopefully you have got to the point where you can go to http://your-rt-site.com and you would be able to login and out and play.

If you cannot, then you've definitely done something wrong. forgetting to set up the databases (rt-setup-database) is common...well at least for me....I mean I forgot it like twice already.

Also please remember to edit those configuration files. Editing the .procmail file shouldn't be too bad...you're just inserting your domain name where it tells you to.

Now the next step is to ... go here and go to number 11. Oh and read this as well

I'm tired.... come back later for PART 3

RT - Installation Notes Part 1

RT Looks to me like a great ticketing system. It's based on perl and there's a number of pre-requisites before you get it up and running. The following installation notes are for centOS 4.3 using the Apaches and the MySQLs.

yum is my friend. Yum can also be your friend :) . Now look here for PART 1 of setting up the RT system: RTWiki Just scroll down to the part where they talk about yum.

Come back here for part two :)

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Aptana: The html/css/javascript IDE

see for yourself

Tutorial: Layouts For the beginner

Grr. Gone are the days of using tables. divs and CSS are truly the way to go... Sitepoint is a brilliant site with a great tutorial on using table-less layouts.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Five common PHP database problems

I must admit, I've been practicing some of these bad habits. A good read.

Friday, May 26, 2006


Quality of service is an insane but much needed topic:

Some important links:


Wednesday, March 15, 2006

.: GMPLS :.

The GMPLS (RFC 3945): Read it here

Traffic Engineering : The next generation. Without Patrick Stewart. Engage

The Linux Advanced Routing page. Probably a must see. And must read. Read

Packet Shaping HOWTO read

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Speed packet throughput with compressed UDP

Something worth readingLink

Monday, March 06, 2006

SNORT - and other applications using libpcap

Really interesting introduction to SNORT.
You can download SNORT here

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Alternatives to pcap and libnet