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@@ -8,6 +8,9 @@ title: My new Git Powered Site
slug: newsite
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/29/NewSite.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/29/NewSite.html
aliases:
- 2012/08/29/NewSite.html
- 2012/08/29/newsite.html

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So, this site is brought to you by [GIT][1], [Jekyll][3] and Magic... here is how i did it...
@@ -5,8 +5,11 @@ tags:
- Cloud
title: AutoScaling with Amazon
slug: AutoScalling-With-Amazon
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/30/AutoScalling-With-Amazon.html
aliases:
- 2012/08/30/AutoScalling-With-Amazon.html
- 2012/08/30/autoscalling-with-amazon.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/30/AutoScalling-With-Amazon.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/30/AutoScalling-With-Amazon.html

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I have a few [Amazon EC2][1] instances running on a project, and one of these instances was known as the Zombie Instance! Every time i killed it, it came back to life a few min later... I found out that i, at some point, set that instance to be in an [AutoScaling][2] group. Any time the instance died, Amazon would check and restart the instance. So, how did I kill this undead instance? Check out "[Auto Scaling with Amazon EC2 II][3]" on LLOVIZNA's blog. They had the same issue i had (trying to kill the Auto Scaling group gives an error) and figured out how to do it. Handy stuff. Now the instance is dead, and hopefully it wont come back any time soon... Mind you, When AutoScaling works correctly, it can be very cool indeed!
@@ -4,10 +4,12 @@ tags:
- Powershell
title: Sublime Text 2 with Powershell
slug: SublimeText-With-Powershell
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/31/SublimeText-With-Powershell.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/31/SublimeText-With-Powershell.html
aliases:
- /2012/08/30/SublimeText-With-Powershell.html
- 2012/08/31/SublimeText-With-Powershell.html
- 2012/08/31/sublimetext-with-powershell.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/31/SublimeText-With-Powershell.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/31/SublimeText-With-Powershell.html

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My new Favorite cross platform text editor is [Sublime Text 2][1]. It works on Windows, Mac OS and Linux, and i am very happy with it. My only problem is the path to start it is not exactly easy to type... So, with the help of PowerShell, my new favorite command line tool on Windows, i added an alias:

@@ -6,8 +6,11 @@ tags:
- Storage
title: Understanding Storage Spaces in Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012
slug: Understanding-Windows8-Storage-Spaces
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/31/Understanding-Windows8-Storage-Spaces.html
aliases:
- 2012/08/31/Understanding-Windows8-Storage-Spaces.html
- 2012/08/31/understanding-windows8-storage-spaces.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/31/Understanding-Windows8-Storage-Spaces.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/08/31/Understanding-Windows8-Storage-Spaces.html

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So, Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 have both RTMed in the last couple of weeks and will be available to the public in the next month or so (September for Server, October for Client). If you are an MSDN Subscriber, you already have Client, and will (hopefully) get server in the next couple of weeks... Fingers crossed... Anyway, one of the interesting features i am waiting for is [Storage Spaces][2]. Tim Anderson's Gadget Writing blog has some information on [how Storage Spaces works][1]. handy notes on what to do and what not to do.
@@ -5,8 +5,11 @@ tags:
- Linux
title: Build your own Private GIT server
slug: Build-Your-Own-Private-Git-Server
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/03/Build-Your-Own-Private-Git-Server.html
aliases:
- 2012/09/03/Build-Your-Own-Private-Git-Server.html
- 2012/09/03/build-your-own-private-git-server.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/03/Build-Your-Own-Private-Git-Server.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/03/Build-Your-Own-Private-Git-Server.html

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This site is built with GIT, GitoLite and Jekyll... I posted about this [before][1]. but how do you setup your own Git Server? checkout [How to install and Setup a Git Repository Server using Gitolite on Linux Ubuntu 10.04 and 11.04][2] on mmncs.com. I am using Ubuntu 12.04, but its mostly the same...
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- Raspberry_Pi
title: Raspberry Pi Stuff
slug: Rasberry-Stuff
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/06/Rasberry-Stuff.html
aliases:
- 2012/09/06/Rasberry-Stuff.html
- 2012/09/06/rasberry-stuff.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/06/Rasberry-Stuff.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/06/Rasberry-Stuff.html

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A couple months back, I got my hands on a [Raspberry Pi][1], a tiny development board that can run a full copy of Linux, has a HDMI port, a couple USB ports, Ethernet and a few other little bits and pieces. The full specs, from the [Wikipedia Article][2] are as follows:
@@ -4,8 +4,11 @@ tags:
- VoIP
title: VOIP Stuff
slug: VOIP-Stuff
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/11/VOIP-Stuff.html
aliases:
- 2012/09/11/VOIP-Stuff.html
- 2012/09/11/voip-stuff.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/11/VOIP-Stuff.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/11/VOIP-Stuff.html

---
I have been very interested in VOIP stuff for the last while now, and finally started looking at implementing it in the house. Here are some links which may be useful. I will do a full post soon.
@@ -6,8 +6,11 @@ tags:
- Networking
title: SSH Tunneling made simple
slug: SSH-Tunneling-Made-Simple
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/17/SSH-Tunneling-Made-Simple.html
aliases:
- 2012/09/17/SSH-Tunneling-Made-Simple.html
- 2012/09/17/ssh-tunneling-made-simple.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/17/SSH-Tunneling-Made-Simple.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/17/SSH-Tunneling-Made-Simple.html

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Something I do on a regular basis is use the internet while "out and about". This could be college, which has a semi open network, or it could be a coffee shop, which also usually has a semi open connection. There is also the possibility of using the a mobile internet connection on my iPhone, which can be slow, but at least its only shared with me... Anyway, over on RevSys.com, there is a post [SSH Tunneling made simple][1] which shows you how to open an SSH tunnel to your machine somewhere else (could be at home, as is my case, or a VPS/Dedicated server somewhere, or even on Amazon...) and use that for different things... In the case he shows, its for SMTP access. For my case, i am forwarding my local port 3128 to my Microsoft TMG 2010 Server in house on port 8080. Then my system proxy on my laptop is set to use localhost:3128 for all web and HTTPS requests. Very handy. One other tip: Using the -C flag, so your command may look like:
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- Mikrotik
title: MicroTik RouterOS VPN Setup
slug: MicroTik-RouterOS-VPN-Setup
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/24/MicroTik-RouterOS-VPN-Setup.html
aliases:
- 2012/09/24/MicroTik-RouterOS-VPN-Setup.html
- 2012/09/24/microtik-routeros-vpn-setup.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/24/MicroTik-RouterOS-VPN-Setup.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/24/MicroTik-RouterOS-VPN-Setup.html

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I have been running a [MikroTik RouterBoard][1] in the house for a couple of months now (the [RB750G][2]) and I am very much loving the thing. But one thing you may need to do is setup VPN connections... Here are some tips on how to create a VPN Server and Client on your RouterBoard.
@@ -5,8 +5,11 @@ tags:
- Programming
title: Building a Cross Compiler for your Raspberry Pi
slug: Raspberry-Pi-Cross-Compiling
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/25/Raspberry-Pi-Cross-Compiling.html
aliases:
- 2012/09/25/Raspberry-Pi-Cross-Compiling.html
- 2012/09/25/raspberry-pi-cross-compiling.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/25/Raspberry-Pi-Cross-Compiling.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/25/Raspberry-Pi-Cross-Compiling.html

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My main machine at home, known as "The GodBox" is a Dual Processor, [Quad Core Xeon 5520][3] with 60Gb RAM, 2 [300Gb 10,000 RPM Western Digital Velociraptor][4] in RAID 0 for boot, 4X1Tb 7200RPM drives for storage, 2 more 300Gb 10,000 RPM drives for "scratch disk" and a couple high(ish) end graphics cards with 3 monitors plugged in... Hence the name, GodBox!
@@ -6,8 +6,11 @@ tags:
- Storage
title: Crashplan Backups
slug: CrashPlan-Backups
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/27/CrashPlan-Backups.html
aliases:
- 2012/09/27/CrashPlan-Backups.html
- 2012/09/27/crashplan-backups.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/27/CrashPlan-Backups.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/27/CrashPlan-Backups.html

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I have been running [CrashPlan][1] for a while now, and, other than some minor issues (backup speed to their central location is the big one), everything has been going grand. I use it to backup about 600GB of photos and videos, 500GB+ of VMs, documents, source code and a fair whack of other stuff... In total, about 2TB of data.
@@ -4,8 +4,11 @@ tags:
- VoIP
title: More VoIP Stuff
slug: More-VoIP-Stuff
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/27/More-VoIP-Stuff.html
aliases:
- 2012/09/27/More-VoIP-Stuff.html
- 2012/09/27/more-voip-stuff.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/27/More-VoIP-Stuff.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/27/More-VoIP-Stuff.html

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As part of my ongoing plan to upgrade the house to VoIP, and as a follow up to my first [VoIP stuff][1] post, here are some more things i have found...
@@ -6,8 +6,11 @@ tags:
- Media Center
title: PowerShell + HandBrake + AppleTV + iTunes = Automatic TV... Ish...
slug: Powershell-HandBrake-AppleTV-iTunes
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/28/Powershell-HandBrake-AppleTV-iTunes.html
aliases:
- 2012/09/28/Powershell-HandBrake-AppleTV-iTunes.html
- 2012/09/28/powershell-handbrake-appletv-itunes.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/28/Powershell-HandBrake-AppleTV-iTunes.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/09/28/Powershell-HandBrake-AppleTV-iTunes.html

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I have an [AppleTV][1] in the house (3, actually) and i am very happy with its ease of use, size and cost... You cant really argue with the small price!
@@ -4,8 +4,11 @@ tags:
- Networking
title: Enabling True Bridging modem on a Cisco ECP3925 Cable Modem (UPC Ireland)
slug: Enabling-true-briding-mode-on-Cisco-EPC3925
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/02/Enabling-true-briding-mode-on-Cisco-EPC3925.html
aliases:
- 2012/10/02/Enabling-true-briding-mode-on-Cisco-EPC3925.html
- 2012/10/02/enabling-true-briding-mode-on-cisco-epc3925.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/02/Enabling-true-briding-mode-on-Cisco-EPC3925.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/02/Enabling-true-briding-mode-on-Cisco-EPC3925.html

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I am a [UPC Ireland][1] customer, and have 2 cable modems into the house, both Cisco EPC3925s. These are not exactly great modems for power users, but are grand for normal use... Me, however, being a poweruser wanted something a little more, how should I put it, powerful.
@@ -6,8 +6,11 @@ tags:
- Media Center
title: Handbrake Cluster
slug: Handbrake-Cluster
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/03/Handbrake-Cluster.html
aliases:
- 2012/10/03/Handbrake-Cluster.html
- 2012/10/03/handbrake-cluster.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/03/Handbrake-Cluster.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/03/Handbrake-Cluster.html

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[UPDATED] someone asked in the comments if there was an binary build for this file. there is now! [http://handbrakecluster.codeplex.com][8] now hosts the code and binaries, and will soon have help files and documentation.
@@ -5,8 +5,10 @@ tags:
- Tips
title: More Jekyll Stuff
slug: more_jekyll_stuff
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/04/more_jekyll_stuff.html
aliases:
- 2012/10/04/more_jekyll_stuff.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/04/more_jekyll_stuff.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/04/more_jekyll_stuff.html

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Couple of bits and pieces on Jekyll stuff today... I am tweaking the outline of the site, so i am surfing around finding stuff... here is what i have found
@@ -7,8 +7,10 @@ tags:
- Hyper-V
title: ZFS iSCSI NFS SFTP Hyper-V and more
slug: zfs_iscsi_nfs_sftp_hyper-v_and_more
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/05/zfs_iscsi_nfs_sftp_hyper-v_and_more.html
aliases:
- 2012/10/05/zfs_iscsi_nfs_sftp_hyper-v_and_more.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/05/zfs_iscsi_nfs_sftp_hyper-v_and_more.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/05/zfs_iscsi_nfs_sftp_hyper-v_and_more.html

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As part of my new task to make my files safer and backups faster, and, well, cheap, I am looking into [ZFS][5] for my storage needs. My needs are as follows:
@@ -6,8 +6,10 @@ tags:
- Firewall
title: RouterOS Blocking Machine access to all but one IP
slug: routeros_blocking_machine_access
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/11/routeros_blocking_machine_access.html
aliases:
- 2012/10/11/routeros_blocking_machine_access.html
disqus_identifier: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/11/routeros_blocking_machine_access.html
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/11/routeros_blocking_machine_access.html

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So, i have a machine on my network, which should be only connecting to the internet though a VPN. I needed to tell my RouterOS box to block all access, except to this said IP address... The following *should* do the trick... YMMV
@@ -7,8 +7,10 @@ tags:
- Raspberry_Pi
title: more raspberry pi and camera antics
slug: more_raspberry_pi_and_camera_antics
disqus_url: https://www.tiernanotoole.ie/2012/10/12/more_raspberry_pi_and_camera_antics.html
aliases:
- 2012/10/12/more_raspberry_pi_and_camera_antics.html
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A while back I [posted][2] about the [Raspberry Pi][3], and in the post was a link to a Photographer who was [embeding a Raspberry Pi into a Canon 5D MKII battery grip][4]. Well, its been a while, and i have been thinking about the Pi and Cameras, so I went looking around... Here is what i found.
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As a follow up to yesterday's post on [RouterOS Blocking Machine access to all but one IP][1] I tought i would show how to add extra IPs to that list, without having a shedload of firewall filters.
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Need to add GPS to your Raspberry Pi? [How do i attach a GPS to a Raspberry][1] answers your question!
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Earlier on today, the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced that the Model B will now be [shipping with 512Mb RAM as standard][1], with no price change. I posted the link up on [Hacker News][2] and its caused quite a lot of happy people!
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Some interesting links for the Raspberry Pi today:
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[Updated 2016/04/09] I had to use this today to build on Debian 8.3 for 2 different boxes. So, making minor changes (url to git proxy, and where you build from) to make sure this works now.
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- Linux
title: WANProxy and Squid with Upstream Servers
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In my [previous post on WANProxy][1], i did not really go into detail about what it actually was. The direct quote from their site is *[WANProxy][2] is a free, portable TCP proxy which makes TCP connections send less data, which improves TCP performance and throughput over lossy links, slow links and long links. This is just what you need to improve performance over satellite, wireless and WAN links.* This is something that has interested me for a while, so i have been looking into it, and so far so good... In my last post i mentioned i was proxying [Squid][3] traffic, in todays post, i still am, but with some tweaks.
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- Programming
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I have a project which we are trying to automate the deployment system. The plan is to automatically deploy the project to a staging server anytime the build succeeds from SVN.
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