quicklook – Project Hosting on Google Code

Quick Look is a package to collect system statistics and output pretty graphics and (X)HTML pages. It allows system administrators to have a quick look on the status of their systems, without going for a more advanced (and heavier) solution.

Quick Look currently shows…

CPU and memory usage

Load average and process spawning rates

I/O operations

Network traffic rates

Tracked network connections

A static demo is available at http://www.carlos-rodrigues.com/projects/quicklook/demo/.

via quicklook – Project Hosting on Google Code.

better unix life2

If you need to work on cluster, is nice to have syncronized terminals to send the same commands in parallel.

Is it also doungerous, so do some test before sending a bunch of vi commands!

On Unix, a cheap and fast solution is Kde “konsole” which has such option.

Look under “View/Send input to all Sessions” menu and try it out.  I was happpy with version 1.6.6 of konsole.
I am not a fan of “xterm variants”, but konsole looks great.

Site Update: Happy new editor!

(First published on 2007-01-20)

Hi all, ObjectsRoot now has correct story ordering ontags view!

I am happy to announce I have just installed tinymce on my site.

TinyMCE is a very nice javascript editor, also used in Drupal. What makes tinymce very nice in my humble own opinion, is its easy installation. You do not need complex init procedure: you just tell tiny you want to edit well textareas, and it will do all for you. Because django  (my web framework for the site) has a bit complex way for handling administration pages, this is good news for objectsroot.com.Powered by TinyMCE

TinyMCE is a very professional product, and has all the things I like in a text editor.

I remember,  in the dark ages of the 2002, ajax was not yet born.

So in that dark era, I was stunned with a very poor javascript editor product, with a very big license to pay to use it.
I was complex to configure, and a nitghtmare to use.
So I am happy to have a very easy-to-edit blog now, and I will be able to write more and more throughts in a scattered way.
Keep in touch, babies!