Entries from September 2009

ping tip: CTRL + \ (backslash)

Date September 28, 2009

I were checking one of the servers connectivity using ping, usually i use CTRL + \ (backslash) to send a quit signal for applications i run in terminal, but ping responded to the signal by showing ping status: 64 bytes from x.x.x.x: icmp_seq=1253 ttl=47 time=433 ms 64 bytes from x.x.x.x: icmp_seq=1254 ttl=47 time=239 ms 64 […]

Installing PPTP Client in Fedora 11

Date September 27, 2009

Usually, When i wanna connect to online servers for checking them or whatever, I ssh to my work PC then to them, unfortunately our main gateway is down today. So i tried another solution which is trying our work VPN connection, Network Manager didn’t help me or maybe i didn’t know how to configure it […]

Tornado, the real-time web server that powers FriendFeed, now open source.

Date September 11, 2009

Facebook announced Tornado as new open source web server framework, it can be used to serve thousands of simultaneous connections, its high performance is really interesting, i think ill test it in the coming days. checkout the following links: http://developers.facebook.com/news.php?blog=1&story=301 http://bret.appspot.com/entry/tornado-web-server friendfeed website: http://friendfeed.com some details: Tornado is a non-blocking Web server framework written in […]