July 31, 2006


Filed under: webdev — yordan @ 11:11 am 


July 27, 2006

Filed under: quotes — yordan @ 4:51 pm

Death before dishonour, beer before lunch.

sysadmin toolbox

Filed under: whitehat/blackhat — yordan @ 3:57 pm

July 24, 2006

good ol’ boston

Filed under: quotes — yordan @ 2:46 pm

And this is good old Boston, The home of the bean and the cod, Where the Lowells talk only to Cabots, And the Cabots talk only to God.

July 20, 2006

Getting started with dynamic DNS

Filed under: whitehat/blackhat — yordan @ 10:30 am

July 19, 2006

install/repair win xp

Filed under: whitehat/blackhat — yordan @ 1:31 pm

ntfs support

Filed under: useful snippets — yordan @ 11:23 am

A cool little app has been released which allows you to safely read and write to your Windows NTFS drives directly in your Linux machine. Previously it was only possible to read from NTFS drives. The driver can be downloaded here. *Note that NTFS-3G is only compatible with 32 bit systems, so the people using 64 bit distro’s are out of luck. Your Linux distro should have Fuse installed, before NTFS-3G is installed. After downloading the NTFS-3G driver you can do the familiar “./configure” then “make” then as root “make install” to compile NTFS-3G. Afterwards it should be as easy as mounting the drives via fstab.

ntfs-3g /dev/hda1 /mnt/windows

or for full access for all users :

ntfs-3g /dev/(your partition like hda1 or sda1) /mnt/(mount point) -o silent,umask=0,locale=en_US.utf8

For Ubuntu users an easier method than compiling your own driver is provided below. Click the read the rest of the entry link for specific console commands to get your Ubuntu box working with NTFS-3G.

In Ubuntu Dapper you need to have FUSE installed first. Open up your terminal and type in these 3 commands :

sudo dpkg -i libfuse2_2.5.3-1_i386.deb fuse-utils_2.5.3-1_i386.deb

From there download & install the .deb driver :

sudo dpkg -i ntfs-3g_20070714-BETA-1_i386.deb

Now add your NTFS drive to your fstab file, so it will be loaded on boot up :

sudo gedit /etc/fstab
/dev/(your partition like hda1 or sda1) /media/(mount point) ntfs-3g silent,umask=0,locale=en_US.utf8 0 0

Now you need to add Fuse to your modules file so it can be loaded on boot up :

sudo gedit /etc/modules

Add Fuse to the bottom of the file

Now you can either reboot and the drive will be mounted or you can try mounting it without rebooting by typing this command in the terminal :

ntfs-3g /dev/(your partition like hda1 or sda1) /mnt/(mount point)

Now your NTFS drive should be loaded and ready to read & write to your hearts content.

July 13, 2006

sec tools

Filed under: whitehat/blackhat — yordan @ 4:12 pm

July 12, 2006

fuck work

Filed under: linx — yordan @ 11:16 am

harder baby

Filed under: whitehat/blackhat — yordan @ 10:10 am

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