Peter Lothberg installed to his mom’s home 40Gb/s Internet connection — here is him report at RIPE 55 Session, and here — his mom finishes installation: Here is more photos. This new Cisco CRS-1 4-Slot Single-Shelf System they have installed over there. I’m shocked :-) Some technical … Continue reading40Gb Internet — to mamma’s home
BTW, to have XHTML validated page, it was necessary to change the code provided by YouTube. For Miniature Earth they provided: <object width="425" height="344"> <param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/kIUCTbi_XZs"></param> <embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/kIUCTbi_XZs" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="425" height="344"></embed> </object><object width="425" height="344"> <param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/kIUCTbi_XZs"></param> <embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/kIUCTbi_XZs" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="425" height="344"></embed> </object> Should … Continue readingMiniature Earth — valid XHTML markup
It seems that… It looks like I must keep these numbers/proportions in my memory.
I just have wrote about Extract part of FreeRadius” log with a little awk script. Then I decided that it whould be easier and quicker than with Python. Here is a Python script, which does the same (and written in the same way):
The very nice site for beginners — http://css.maxdesign.com.au/. A lot of information, examples, step-by-step solutions. BTW, there i’ve found another good page, Floats, Margins and IE — examples and workarounds for MSIE’s problem related to rendering floats.
Today I needed to extract some records from FreeRadius” log — those with Called- or Calling-Station-Id like XXXYYZ[0-2]. Started to type #!/usr/bin/python in new file, but «suddenly» decided to do it with awk. If you don’t know — FreeRadius’s log contains «sections» separated by empty lines. Every … Continue readingExtract part of FreeRadius’ log
True Knowledge Ltd launched a test service — True Knowledge (registration required, free). Surely, I wanted to take a look :-) First, I asked «How many seas on Earth?». I have got a very good answer: So, it seems this engine understood me quite correctly, but … Continue readingTrue Knowledge — “human” answer to questions?
Yesterday, in a Holy Spirit Day (second day of Trinity) we (me, my wife and our friends) were in Holy Spirit Monastery. No words to experss our feelings.
I have finally formatted my «old» paper about using Python’s SPARK module for compiling «little languages» and code generation — as example, for scanning, parsing, analyzing a simple configuration file for configuring HTB shaper and generating a code (shell script). I put it as a staic … Continue readingUsing SPARK module
This post discusses different pronunciation of word «natural» in modern Ukrainian language. If you can read Ukrainian, use language switcher to read this article. Or use this link.
Sometimes I observe some funny pictures about photographers and photo cameras — so i decided to collect them :-)
I have found a great plugin for WordPress: Language Switcher. Just one issue so far: NextGEN Gallery widget does not allow to edit its title to switch between languages. Well, and it’s nesessary to edit theme files — replace „smth” with __(‘smth”), and «correct» language file … Continue readingLanguage Switcher