Here lies everything I've made that I'm willing to share.
These articles are more like the sysadmin's notes. I describe those parts here that I did myself. The date here represents when article was updated last time.
|NGiNX's recipes & tips|
|Setting up a mail server|
|Setting up a Tor proxy, relay and hidden service|
|How to move a root partition from SD card off to external drive on Raspberry Pi|
Simple, yet useful (at least for me) programs and scripts I made.
I will soon release two tools written in Go. I just want to finish them and give them proper names. The one is a wrapper for nsupdate BIND9's utility used for updating DNS resource records through a POST query. And the other one is a tool for monitoring up/down status of a set of processes and giving it out in form of a JSON object.
|httpprocwatchd||1.0.0 (12 March 2021)||Go||GPLv3||source|
It is a process watcher that gives processes' statuses in a JSON format via HTTP GET request on /processes endpoint. Under the hood it calls a pgrep to get PIDs by process name.
|PiggyBank||1.0.0 (8 July 2020)||Python||MIT||source releases|
One of the most autistic shit I ever made. :)
Many years ago I wrote a little script to keep track of my piggy bank to learn how to work with SQLite 3 in Python.
Now I wanted to learn how to make packages that could be installed using pip. And I took that script and made a universal simple solution that can work with any currency (that script was nailed to rubles). I threw SQLite and made a simple text format.
|ScrapTheChan||0.4.0 (18 November 2020)||Python||MIT||source releases|
Imageboards file scraper using theirs JSON API. Currently supported: 4chan.org, lainchan.org, 2ch.hk and 8kun.top.
Attention! Was made to the point it works. Lotta shitcode!
|OpenNIC active domains extraction script||10 July 2020||Bash||MIT||source|
Bash script for BIND9 that extracts domains from zone files of OpenNIC and forms a list of domains that have an IP-address.
There was a period in my life when I was playing with audio sequencers. I lost all project files and only 3 tracks survived in mp3. You can get them here. I've maybe like 15-20-ish project files ever created and just like 5 of them was finished.