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Home | FAQ | Feedback | Licence | Updates | Mirrors | Keys | Links | Team Download: Stable · Snapshot | Docs | Changes | Wishlist PuTTY is a free implementation of SSH and Telnet for Windows and Unix platforms, along with an xterm terminal emulator. It is written and maintained primarily by Simon Tatham. The latest version is 0.68. Download it here. LEGAL WARNING: Use of PuTTY, PSCP, PSFTP and Plink is illegal in countries where encryption is outlawed. Use of the Telnet-only binary (PuTTYtel) is unrestricted by any cryptography laws. Latest news 2017-02-21 PuTTY 0.68 released, containing ECC, a 64-bit build, and security fixes PuTTY 0.68, released today, supports elliptic-curve cryptography for host keys, user authentication keys, and key exchange. 0.68 also contains some security fixes: a vulnerability in agent forwarding is fixed, and Windows DLL hijacking should no longer be possible. 2017-01-21 Win64 builds and website redesign We've also redesigned our website. 2015-09-02 GPG key rollover

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For Windows After installation is complete, open the Command Prompt and run: The OpenShift interactive setup wizard displays and prompts you to complete the rest of the process. You’ll be prompted for your OpenShift username and password: Login to openshift.redhat.com: user@example.com Password: password 1 BerryBoot v2.0 - bootloader / universal operating system installer For people short on SD cards: Berryboot is a simple boot selection screen for ARM computers like the Raspberry Pi, that allows you to put multiple Linux distributions on a single SD card. In addition it allows you to put the operating system files on an external USB hard drive instead of on the SD card itself. Download link Berryboot for the original Raspberry Pi and Pi Zero: berryboot-20160209-pi0-pi1.zip sha1sum: f8cfc1b4f57e0b6886569091ca7e277d33ffee0f

Six Architectural Styles of Data Hubs by Malcolm Chisholm Data hubs are an important component in information architecture. However, they are rather diverse, and this diversity often means that the term “hub” means quite different things to different people. It also means that a definition of “data hub” is inevitably going to be rather generic. The following definition is used here: A data hub is a database which is populated with data from one or more sources and from which data is taken to one or more destinations. A database that is situated between one source and one destination is more appropriately termed a “staging area”.

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Roundup of free services for your website Sunday, May 10, 2015 One of the reasons I started this blog was to have a platform for testing various third-party services. I wanted to be able to test things like cloud hosting, content delivery networks and rss-to-email services so that I could make informed recommendations to my clients. I'd rather not pay any monthly fees to keep this site up so I naturally gravitated toward the services with "free forever" pricing tiers. I've been pleasantly surprised to find that you can put together a really nice site out of services that are completely free. This is a roundup of the free services out there, along with my recommendations.

8 Interesting DIY Raspberry Pi Case Ideas The Raspberry Pi is a small, credit-card sized ARM computer that costs a measly $25. For the money you’ll get a full system-on-chip computer capable of running a variety of ARM-optimised operating systems, USB and Ethernet connectivity but no case. Future versions of the unit will come with a case, but for now you’ll need to be creative and resourceful in building a housing to protect your small-but-mighty RasPi. If you’re short on ideas or interested in what others have come up with then we’ve assembled a list of ideas that will make the perfect weekend project. Better yet, if you’ve come up with your own case and would like to show it off then be sure to add it to the comments at the bottom of this post. Case Basics

Head Stage in DataStage Welcome to Basic Intro with Stage Series, We are going to look into HEAD stage ( Developmet/Dubug Categoty). It can have a single input link and a single output link. The Head Stage selects the first N rows from each partition of an input data set and copies the selected rows to an output data set. You determine which rows are copied by setting properties which allow you to specify: The number of rows to copyThe partition from which the rows are copiedThe location of the rows to copyThe number of rows to skip before the copying operation begins. HyperTerminal Alternatives for Windows 7 If you’ve recently upgraded to Windows 7 and are wondering what happened to HyperTerminal, you’re not alone! HyperTerminal was a sweet little program that let you connect to other computers, Telnet sites, host computers, BBSs, etc using your modem or Ethernet connection. In Windows 7 and Vista, you will no longer find the HyperTer minal program. If you need HyperTerminal to control serial devices, there is a way to get it back! Also, there are several new alternatives to HyperTerminal that are probably better for secure shell access and troubleshooting modems. Windows Remote Shell

VMware Server Networking Options 15.06.2007 VMware Server Networking Options VMware Server has a dedicated option(editor) called “Virtual Network Settings” from where we can play with the virtual networks and adapters: Figure1: VMware Server Virtual Network Settings We can have as many as 9 host virtual adapters and 10 virtual networks as you can see below:VMware virtual host adapters: VMnet1:VMnet9 Figure2: VMware Server Virtual Network Editor(Host Virtual Adapters) VMware virtual networks: VMnet0:VMnet9

5 Reasons Why PaaS is Better Than Shared Hosting or VPS At several recent meetings people have asked “Why is PaaS is better than shared hosting or Virtual Private Servers (VPS)?” Shared hosting and VPS have been around for a long time and served us well, so why change something that works? Well, imagine you are driving an Audi A8 from 1997…wouldn’t it be nice to upgrade your ride to the most recent version? Coder for Raspberry Pi A simple way to make web stuff on Raspberry Pi. Coder is a free, open source project that turns a Raspberry Pi into a simple platform that educators and parents can use to teach the basics of building for the web. New coders can craft small projects in HTML, CSS, and Javascript, right from the web browser. Download Coder 1.33GB | Coder v0.9Now supports Raspberry Pi 2!

Tail Stage in DataStage Tail Stage is another one stage from development stage category. It can have a single input link and a single output link.The Tail Stage selects the last N records from each partition of an input data set and copies the selected records to an output data set. a) Job Design : b ) Tail Stage Properties : Here we have selected the stage properties as below : But, we can select 10 rows from any single or more partition, for that select "All Partition" as FALSE and select the partition ( 0,1 or more ) from which you need the tailed rows.

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