beim Treffen der https://lugor.de/ hatte ich die Gelegenheit, eine Einführung in DNSSEC zu geben.
Die zugehörigen Slides und Config- Schnipsel finden sich unter https://www.u-v.de/DNSSEC/
Most of linux sysadmins are famillar with sar, a tool to collect several system performance data in an unix/linux system.
Less know is kSar, a tool written in java to visualize data from sar. Last version is from 2013 but still very useful.
Because the tool unfortunately not available in Fedora 25, i have created a rpm- package for my own.
Some weeks ago i switched my owncloud installation to nextcloud.
I’m heavly using the linux desktop owncloud client for syncing the files to my local computers. This works also at the moment with a nextcloud server.
But nowadays there is also a original nextcloud client available, so i have build a rpm for fedora 24. Sadly the nextcloud people don’t provide a proper tar- ball, so the installation is based on the git- repo.
Ther is also a yum- repo available, place the following file in /etc/yum.repo
Update 12/11 2016: There is now a nextcloud client available in the fedora 25 repo.
gkrellm-weather is an enhancment for the gkrellm system monitor to fetch and display weather data.
For some reasons the data source has been moved to another website, so here is a patch containing the new site:
People using fedora can use this RPM for installing gkrellmweather: