Many laptops today come with a Bluetooth radio. For desktops however, most likely you need to go buy a Bluetooth USB dongle. If you don't know whether your computer has the Bluetooth hardware, the following command will help you find out. $ lsusb |grep BluetoothBus 004 Device 003: ID 0cf3:3005 Atheros Communications, Inc. AR3011 Bluetooth$
Within my lab, I frequently have the need to create deidentified Red Hat Enterpise Linux images. Normally, I’d use virt-sysprep and point it directly at the virtual machines disk (or disk files).
I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 tablet, running Android 4.1.1 (aka Jelly Bean). I'd like to transfer some files from the tablet to my Linux server running Debian 7.2 (aka Wheezy). The Android tablet connects via Wi-Fi to the same LAN as the Linux server. There are many ways to transfer files between the 2 devices. For example, you could install an Android app named AirDroid which lets you manage your Android device from a desktop web browser, including file transfer. In this post, I'll go another route, an arguably more direct and basic one. I'll connect the 2 using a USB cable.
WARNING - WORK IN PROGRESSThis is probably inconsistent, not thought out, maybe even wrong. Use this information with care.I wanted to share a complexity of executing a rsyslog ruleset in non-SIMD mode, which means one message is processed after each other. This posting is kind of a think tank and may also later be useful for others to understand design and design decisions. Note, however, that I do not guarantee that anything will be implemented as described here.
This article is taken from Intel C++ Compiler with the Eclipse IDE on Linux
Now that I’m using CFEngine for some time, I’m exploring more and more possibilities. CFEngine is in fact a replacement of a big part of our Zenoss monitoring system. Since CFEngine does not only notice problems, but usually also fixes them, this makes perfect sense. Recently I created a promise that monitors the disk space […]
Here's a quick example of using DTrace Dynamic Tracing to work out
what a PHP code base does.
I was reading the article
>Functional Programming in PHP by Patkos Csaba and wondering how
efficient this stype of programming is. I thought this would be a
good time to fire up DTrace and see what is going on. Since DTrace is
"always available" even in production machines (once PHP is compiled
--enable-dtrace), this was easy to do.
I hope you were able to catch our webcast "Why Choose Oracle Linux for your Oracle Database 12c Deployments" earlier this week so you could ask questions of our experts in real-time. But if you didn't, or want to share the content with your colleagues, the on-demand version is our Friday Spotlight this week.
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