This article should also apply on the newly released 1000HE and maybe the 900 series of EEE Computers. If you can verify that this is the case please let me know.
A few days ago I got myself the Eee Pc 1000H from Asus. My first impression about the hardware is that the build quality surpasses my expectations. After a day or two of typing on the 1000H-keyboard I have gotten very used to it and type as fast as on a normal sized keyboard. The screen is great to.
Since memory nowadays is so cheap I purchased a 2 GB SO-DIMM DDR2 module from Corsair. Product number is VS2GSDS667D2. The memory from Corsair works without any problems. I guess that it is not necessary to have 2 gigabytes of memory to run Ubuntu but a large file cache will speed things up.
On to the installation of Ubuntu 9.04: Continue reading “Updated: Ubuntu 9.04 on the Asus Eee Pc 1000H with ACPI and WiFi/Wlan working”
I have been working with firewalls and security for quite many years at this point. Therefore friends and people I know ask me every now and then to write a firewall script for them. So instead of basically writing the same script over and over again I decided to write this article that explains how you can set up a basic iptables box by yourself. Continue reading “Simple iptables firewall script with NAT and SFQ sceduling”
During the last couple of weeks i have been seeing a lot of messages about denied cache queries on my DNS servers.
month day time server name named: client ip number#port number: query (cache) ‘./NS/IN’ denied
At first they looked quite innocent and I thought nothing much of them. But after a while the number of logged events grew faster and faster so it was time to do some investigation on google. After reading a few articles I came to the conclusion that my logs where trying to tell me that my DNS server where used as DNS DDoS deflectors. Continue reading “A solution to Potential DNS DDoS: named query (cache) ‘./NS/IN’ denied”
I, like so many of my fellow Macintosh users want to keep my OS X installation well maintained. So i sat down and read a few man pages describing those nifty cli utilities that are included in OS X. Since OS X is a UNIX style operating system I decided to create a small shell script to perform the following maintenance tasks for me .
Repair Filesystem Permissions
Run Periodic (cron) jobs
Verify Preference Files
Displa Cache size
If you find the script interesting and want to use it on your mac you need to perform a few simple steps: Continue reading “A simple Mac OS X maintenance shell script”
Well, i finally decided to ditch iWeb, vi, notepad, Dream Weaver and all the other programs i have used in the past to edit my personal homepages.
To get a fresh start i got myself a shiny new domain. I am a newbie at anything that has to do with web logs so bare with me while i get this blog more functional and add more and more content over time.