Almost every computer needs some sort of case, so last year i alos ordered a Pi Box from Adafruit. Just like the Raspberry Pi its been sitting in a box waiting to be opened. Thanks to the smart design of this thing it was a breeze to put together. I think i spent more time taking off the protective coverings than anything else. I really like this case.
When the Raspberry Pi came out last year, i bought one. I had no a idea what i was going to do with it but i like tiny computers and i like linux so surely i needed one. Well its been setting in the box just waiting for me to open it. So now i finally have some time to play with it. I’m planning on getting it setup this week and see what all the fun is about.
I remember seeing or reading this somewhere but now they have a site up. Lots of good information.
“The Ops Report Card is a list of 32 fundamental “best practices” or “capabilities” that high performance sysadmin teams do. Use it as a checklist to examine where your team needs improvement.”
In the banking industry? Close to Dallas? Check out BarCampBankDallas. I’ve meet some of the folks listed and hope to meet others, I’ve never been to a BarCamp but I’ll be this is going to be fun. Several of these guys are from Banktastic which is a awesome social network for bankers, need an invite just leave a comment or email me.
If I had a choice, I think I would get a Vaio U for work. I love the size and it would sure beat caring around this big ass gateway all the time. Acutally If it were up to me I wouldn’t even have a windows PC, but of course I wouldn’t be able to work where I work now 🙂
I use port forwarding alot, and this looks like a good guide for those of you who are curious about it.
SecurityFocus HOME Infocus: SSH Port Forwarding
SSH also has a wonderful feature called SSH Port Forwarding, sometimes called SSH Tunneling, which allows you to establish a secure SSH session and then tunnel arbitrary TCP connections through it.