Monthly Archives: January 2014

Convert Virtuabox image to use with qemu

It happens that there is Virtualbox image but you want to use that image in your libvirt setup with KVM. [crayon-59eba25a0420d032153149/] Well, this doesn’t mean that the virtual machine will run smoothly. Especially if the system is windows-ba...

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Schaltbarer Anschluss

Vor einer Weile habe ich mal mit dem Relais-Board rum gespielt…nun habe ich auf eine effektive Anwendung geändert. Wenn das Relais schon für 230V/10A ausgelegt ist, dann sollte man es auch dafür gebrauchen....

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Two new scanner for the Fedora Security Lab

There are two new scanner coming to the Fedora Security Lab: ZMap is an open-source network scanner that enables researchers to easily perform Internet-wide network studies. masscan is a TCP port scanner, spews SYN packets asynchronously, scanning e...

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Cheap holder for a soldering iron

While soldering on your table it’s easy to get burnt by the iron if you don’t put it in a safe place. Don’t have an soldering station or alike? But one by yourself. What you need: piece of of thick … Continue reading →...

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Alpine Linux 2.7.3 released

The Alpine Linux project is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.7.3 of its Alpine Linux operating system. This is a bugfix release which is based on the 3.10.25 kernel which contains various security fixes. Download: http://al...

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