Multi-lun autoloader with VMware ESXi 5.0 with Adaptec SCSI HBA
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Multi-lun autoloader with VMware ESXi 5.0 with Adaptec SCSI HBA

VMware ESXi 5 is not able to handle multi-lun devices by default, so many SCSI autoloaders are not supported as-is (as HP StorageWorks LTOs), showing

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Proguard on MacOSX

While executing proguard (via maven2) on MacOSX Snow Leopard, I’ve got the following error: [proguard] Error: Can't read [/System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.

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Solaris 11 Express: bind an iSCSI target to an IP

Lately I wanted to bring the advantages of ZFS (on Solaris 11 Express) to a Linux box using iSCSI. After following the Oracle guide, I’

OpenWRT on TP-Link TL-WR743ND
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OpenWRT on TP-Link TL-WR743ND

TP-Link TL-WR743ND is the PoE brother of the common TL-WR741ND wireless router which is supported flawlessly by openwrt. Since I’ve got one WR743ND, I

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CadSoft Eagle and Fedora Linux x86_64

CadSoft’s Eagle (a well known CAD tool for designing PCBs) is not compatible as-is with Linux 64 bit. In my case, after a fresh

Solaris 10 x64 and Symbios SYM22801 (and other LSI SCSI controllers)
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Solaris 10 x64 and Symbios SYM22801 (and other LSI SCSI controllers)

Today I’ve discovered that the very common Symbios 22801 (aka Symbios Logic 53c875) SCSI controller is (unexpectedly) failing to be recognized by Solaris 10

I²C Anemometer: cheap wind data logger
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I²C Anemometer: cheap wind data logger

Lately I’ve been wondering if a wind-generator could help me lower my electricity bill (since my home server burns continuously some hundred watts per

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CyberzOrg::Event library: typesafe event handling in C++

Event is a little library built on top of boost::signal and boost::mpl that allows the user to declare in a simple way an

SVGPan: a Javascript SVG (Viewer) Pan/Zoom/Drag library
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SVGPan: a Javascript SVG (Viewer) Pan/Zoom/Drag library

Some time ago the need for a browser-compatible vectorial language pushed me to consider the SVG markup language (I won’t say anything about Internet

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Bode and Nyquist diagrams using GNU Octave

Using GNU Octave is easy to plot Bode and Nyquist diagrams, as follows: bode(zp([], [-1*i, i, -1], 1)) nyquist(zp([-0.5], [0.