Using perl of coarse. It took me a second to get this to work; but its pretty easy: perl -pi.bak -e ‘s/string1/string2/g’
I know I am very late to the Xen party. I try to stay on top of the life changing software, but there have just been so many new things out there over the past two years or so. I Continue reading Zen with Xen + a terrible perl program
I know its been a while. I got an RHCE, got a new job, and moved to NYC. I want to build a GSM -> UMA tool. I can use wifiroamd.
I was using the included backup application that came with OS X, and their online .mac backup solution, but now that my .mac subscription is dead and done, I have decided to go with rsync.net for those few files that Continue reading I am using rsync.net for backups now.
So far this is what I have done. 1) Get the latest version of asterisk installed and running on the test machine. 2) recompile asterisk with spandsp and the txfax, and rxfax applications (I used 0.0.2pre26 version). 3) edit the Continue reading I am working on getting fax2email and email2fax to work reliably.
Yes. Especially with hardware from Meraki Networks. They produce a small $49 USD, low power unit that can act as an 802.11x mesh node. That means that I can provide 802.11x access via a shared trunk, multiple trunks, or any Continue reading Could I start a wireless isp?
I bought an aminocom manufactured AmiNET110 ethernet set top box on ebay. I am trying to get it running on my home network. From what I gather this is a pretty complicated thing to do. It sounds like you have Continue reading IPTV, part 2.
didx.org offers wholesale only did numbers and peering service solutions for ITSPs. The per DID rate is set by the DID owner and thus varies. US DID’s average at about $4.50 per month with 5000 included incoming minutes. The best Continue reading didx.org api
Asterisk 1.2.1 installer released. Continue reading Asterisk 1.2.1 Tiger installer
How I discovered Ruby On Rails, and AJAX over the holiday weekend. Continue reading One must never stop learning.