Monitor ethOS Distro with Elastic Search – 2

Following the previous post, we are now in position to install the monitoring code on the monitoried machine, of course. The easiest way is to download the code on the machine in /home/ethos. Following steps will assume you have the unpacked code in

Once you have downloaded the code, you need to add the […]

Show What’s on Swap in Linux

If you find your machine running sluggish, it might be the case that you have too many things running and it’s hitting the swap. You can check how bad (or good) things are with htop, but it won’t tell you which process is sitting on swap. To find out, I’ve cooked up a tiny script: […]

Outlook VBA: Write to a file

Note: This is a post transferred from Laurii for historical and consolidation purposes. I’m not a master in VB (I hate it actually) not in VBA, but it;s quicker to write something like a hack in VBA for outlook than in C#. So, here’s a tiny snapshot on how to write to a file in […]

Use XPath in PL/PGSQL for Batch Processing

A while ago I had to process XML loaded in a PostgreSQL database. The task was to extract references from a publication structure. Fortunately, PostgreSQL allows you to use XPath in plpgsql, but there are some things you need to be aware. First, you need to note all namespaces:

Then, you can use the […]

Generate Amazon Underground Launcher Icons

TL;DR: Use (adapt) the script below to automatically generate the Amazon Underground application launcher icons. I was toying with the idea to build an Amazon Underground version of one of my applications. According to their rules, you need to: Repackage your app Name custom permissions (Lollipop) Apply Amazon Underground branding Migrate API (if necessary) Initially […]

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