Contribute  :  Calendar  :  Advanced Search  :  Site Statistics  :  Directory  :  About  :  Cartoons  :  Web Resources  :  Polls  
    geekinfo.net ...for all that other stuff    
 Welcome to geekinfo.net
 Sunday, November 18 2018 @ 20:34 CET

The Ars guide to building a Linux router from scratch

  View Printable Version 
GNU/LinuxThe Ars guide to building a Linux router from scratch tells you how to build a Linux-based router from a small machine with two Gigibit Ethernet interfaces. Nothing more.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

Monitoring sucks

  View Printable Version 
GNU/LinuxMonitoring Sucks is a project on Github. the tool repos has a collection of monitoring tools seen, presumably on Linux.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

9 open source robotics projects

  View Printable Version 
HardwareIf you are interested in robots, this article might be for you: 9 open source robotics projects
 
read more (25 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

FreeBSD 10.3 released

  View Printable Version 
FreeBSDOn April 4th, 2016 FreeBSD 10.3 was released.
 
read more (216 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

OpenBSD 5.9

  View Printable Version 
OpenBSD/NetBSDOpenBSD 5.9 was released on March 29th , 2016.
 
read more (83 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

PlatformIO

  View Printable Version 
NewsPlatformIO is an open source ecosystem for IoT development.
 
read more (26 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

Ubuntu on Intel Z3735F devices

  View Printable Version 
GNU/LinuxIn case you have one of these devices,
 
read more (44 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

Tool: speedtest-cli

  View Printable Version 
Networkingspeedtest-cli is a command line tool for testing internet bandwidth using speedtest.net. Written in Python, it works with Python 2.4 - 3.4.
 
Post a comment
Comments (0)

Retro: run AIX PS/2 on emulator

  View Printable Version 
NewsIf you are interested in retrocomputing, running a classic version of AIX on an emulated PS/2 machine might be desirable.
 
read more (56 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)

Hat systems - general purpose storage system

  View Printable Version 
HardwareHat Systems is a general purpose storage system for workshop storage of tools and inventory.
 
read more (62 words) Post a comment
Comments (0)
 Copyright © 2018 geekinfo.net
 All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective owners.
Powered By Geeklog 
Created this page in 0.05 seconds