Monthly Archives: February 2010

Print field x in a space separated gzipped logfile

In the below case x is 2 (numbering starts from zero). gunzip -c access.log.1.gz | perl -ne ‘@a=split / +/, $_; print $a[2].”\n”‘

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Postfix and Amavis Log Reporters

Postfix and Amavis Log Reporters. The postfix-logwatch and amavis-logwatch utilities are postfix and amavisd-new log analyzers that produce summaries, reports and statistics regarding the operation of postfix and amavis. Either utility can be used as a standalone program, or as … Continue reading

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Masterminds of Programming

[amtap book:isbn=0596515170] “Masterminds of Programming” features exclusive interviews with the creators of several historic and highly influential programming languages. In this unique collection, you’ll learn about the processes that led to specific design decisions, including the goals they had in … Continue reading

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MiniGuru keyboard

MiniGuru keyboard | Desktop | Gear. love the look of this keyboard

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Great SpamAssassin plugin

If From-address is freemail, and Reply-To or address found in mail body is # a different freemail address, return success. Good sign of Nigerian scams etc. via /usr/local/CPAN/Mail-SpamAssassin/Mail/SpamAssassin/Plugin/FreeMail.pm.

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Farmer loses High Court fight to save hidden castle

A farmer who built a castle hidden behind a stack of straw bales has lost a High Court bid to save it from being demolished.Robert Fidler, of Salfords, Surrey, built the home – complete with turrets – without planning permission. … Continue reading

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There Ought To Be More Dancing « bmbx

There Ought To Be More Dancing « bmbx. Great fun mix – includes The Teenagers & Debaser

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