few months ago, I was thinking about having my car tracked over GPS to make sure it is where I left it and to have some records how much I drive etc. There are commercial systems available for this but they cost some money and I wanted to have it customizable, under own control and to implement a few own ideas so I designed and implemented the system by myself. This is how CarWatch was born. Continue reading CarWatch: My homemade car tracking platform
tento blog bude trosku z ineho sudka a sice o tom ako sme sa stahovali do Prahy a ako som vybavoval rozne veci. Bude to vlastne taky sumar veci ktorymi som si presiel a mozu niekomu v buducnosti mozno pomoct v podobnych situaciach. Continue reading Stahujem sa do Prahy alebo ako vybavit veci efektivne
I have a favorite cheap chinese router based on RT5350 (running OpenWRT).
Recently, I was wondering, why I can’t get WiFi on a few of them working. I have one piece running quite old (4xxx svn) OpenWRT where the WiFi works OK. So I tried to compile exactly the same version and install it on the non working piece. I also put the same wifi config there but nothing. It didn’t work. Continue reading Fixing non-working WiFi on RT5350
This is how to change default SSL key size on iDRAC Dell R415 Continue reading 2048 bit SSL key on Dell iDRAC R415
If you want to put haproxy in front of mongodb cluster, haproxy needs to know the status of mongodb nodes. Continue reading MongoDB & HAProxy
eID obciansky je v podstate standardny pkcs11 system. Continue reading SSH autentifikacia s eID obcianskym preukazom pod Linuxom
compiled from git master @28. 05. 2016: http://blog.danman.eu/wp-content/uploads/ffmpeg-android.tgz
echo | openssl s_client -connect mail.example.sk:25 -starttls smtp | openssl x509 -noout -dates
Testing SPAM filtering from shell
echo "XJS*C4JDBQADN1.NSBN3*2IDNEN*GTUBE-STANDARD-ANTI-UBE-TEST-EMAIL*C.34X" | mail -s Spam_test firstname.lastname@example.org
Disable filtering for example.com
add following lines to /etc/amavis/conf.d/50-user (don’t forget the dot before domain, it has to be there):
@bypass_spam_checks_maps = ( [".example.com"], ); @spam_lovers_maps = ( [".example.com"], );
socat is a very handy networking tool. Here are some examples for multicast manipulation
Receive multicast data to stdout or file
If you save common mpeg-ts IPTV multicast this way, you can play it with any decent player, like vlc or mplayer.
SRC=220.127.116.11;SRCP=1234;IF=eth0 socat -T 3 UDP4-RECV:$SRCP,bind=$SRC,ip-add-membership=$SRC:$IF,reuseaddr - socat -T 3 UDP4-RECV:$SRCP,bind=$SRC,ip-add-membership=$SRC:$IF,reuseaddr - > stream.ts
Create high-available multicast proxy
socat relays packets from 18.104.22.168:1234 to 22.214.171.124:1234 with multicast ttl=8.
If no packet arrives in 3 seconds (-T 3), socat exits and script runs another socat which joins another multicast 126.96.36.199:1234 and continues with relaying. You can add as many sources as you want, they will be used in a round-robin fashion. If you want to switch to next source, just kill currently running socat.
DST=188.8.131.52:1234 while true do SRC=184.108.40.206;SRCP=1234;IF=eth0 socat -T 3 UDP4-RECV:$SRCP,bind=$SRC,ip-add-membership=$SRC:$IF,reuseaddr UDP4-SENDTO:$DST,ip-multicast-ttl=8 SRC=220.127.116.11;SRCP=1234;IF=eth0 socat -T 3 UDP4-RECV:$SRCP,bind=$SRC,ip-add-membership=$SRC:$IF,reuseaddr UDP4-SENDTO:$DST,ip-multicast-ttl=8 ... done