Getting Started - Apache Brooklyn (incubating) This guide will walk you through deploying an application to a public cloud. We will be deploying an example 3-tier web application, described using this blueprint: name: My Web Clusterlocation: locationservices: - serviceType: brooklyn.entity.webapp.ControlledDynamicWebAppCluster name: My Web brooklyn.config: wars.root: java.sysprops: brooklyn.example.db.url: > $brooklyn:formatString("jdbc:%s%s?user=%s\\&password=%s", component("db").attributeWhenReady("datastore.url"), "visitors", "brooklyn", "br00k11n") - serviceType: brooklyn.entity.database.mysql.MySqlNode id: db name: My DB brooklyn.config: creationScriptUrl: (This is written in YAML, following the camp specification. )
Raspberry Connect - Python Packages for the Python programming language To install Raspbian software on a Raspberry Pi Packages are installed using LXterminal. First get an updated package list by entering the following command in to LXterminal if this has not been done today sudo apt-get updateThen install your chosen package with the command sudo apt-get install package name Find out more with the Guide to installing software with the apt-get command Rate a Raspberry Pi software package from this list Let other users know how well packages work on the Raspberry Pi.
How to kill a TCP connection using netstat Linux: How to kill a TCP connection using netstat? You cannot kill a TCP connection using netstat utility. netstat is use for Display network connectionsRouting tablesInterface statisticsMasquerade connectionsMulticast memberships And much more Wirelessdefence.org iwconfig commands ifconfig commands iwpriv commands iwlist commands madwifi-ng commands Terminology: More Than A Terminal Emulator (Ubuntu Installation Instructions) Terminology is a relatively new terminal emulator written for the Enlightenment desktop, but it can be used in other desktop environments. The application comes with many cool features, some of which do not exist in any other terminal emulator. Besides features that are already available in other terminal emulators such as split views support, Terminology can do a lot of things you wouldn't expect from a terminal emulator, like displaying thumbnails for images, videos and documents and furthermore, it also allows you to preview those files directly from Terminology.
Clocker - Creating a Docker Cloud with Apache Brooklyn - Cloudsoft In this post we introduce Clocker – an open source project which lets you spin up a Docker Cloud (hence the name). We show how under the covers this Docker Cloud is deployed and managed in an environment of your choice using Apache Brooklyn, which in turn treats it as a target location – deploying and managing applications on it. Docker is an open platform for distributed applications for developers and sysadmins, and Apache Brooklyn is an open source framework for modeling, monitoring and managing applications through autonomic blueprints currently undergoing incubation at the Apache Software Foundation. Recently we have seen Docker cluster management projects appearing which are predominantly focused on managing clusters in a single provider’s environment. Clocker is designed to deploy and manage Docker clusters in a portable and cloud provider agnostic way.
4.3. Using Software from Planet CCRMA at Home The Planet CCRMA at Home software is hosted (stored) on a server at Stanford University. It is separate from the Fedora Linux servers, so yum (the command line utility used by PackageKit and KPackageKit) must be made aware that you wish to use it. After installing the repository, Planet CCRMA at Home software can be installed through yum, PackageKit, or KPackageKit just as easily as any other software. 4.3.1. 10 tips on working fast in UNIX or Linux 10 tips for working fast in UNIX Have you ever amazed to see someone working very fast in UNIX, firing commands and doing things in mille seconds? Yes I have seen and I have always inspired to learn from those gems of guys. This article or tutorial or whatever you call it I have dedicated to share UNIX command practices I follow to work fast, quick or efficiently in UNIX. I work for financial services industry and my work involves development and support of online stock and futures trading application in Electronic trading, Derivatives etc. all our services runs of UNIX servers so its very important for me to work efficiently and quickly in Linux machine.
8 Linux Commands: To Find Out Wireless Network Speed, Signal Strength And Other Information Linux operating systems comes with various set of tools allowing you to manipulate the Wireless Extensions and monitor wireless networks. This is a list of tools used for wireless network monitoring tools that can be used from your laptop or desktop system to find out network speed, bit rate, signal quality/strength, and much more. #1: Find out your wireless card chipset information Type the following command to list installed wireless card, enter: $ lspci $ lspci | grep -i wireless $ lspci | egrep -i --color 'wifi|wlan|wireless' Sample outputs: 0c:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Ultimate N WiFi Link 5300 Please note down the 0c:00.0.
dphys-swapfile - set up, mount/unmount, and delete an swap file Ubuntu manuals hardy (8) dphys-swapfile.8.gz Provided by: dphys-swapfile_20061020-1_all dphys-swapfile - set up, mount/unmount, and delete an swap file dphys-swapfile setup|swapon|swapoff|uninstall dphys-swapfile computes the size for an optimal swap file (and resizes an existing swap file if neccessary), mounts an swap file, unmounts it, and and delete it if not wanted any more.