This magic works via detection of a STATUS control character, Control-T, by the kernel tty driver, which then prints the load line via tty_info() on FreeBSD or ttyinfo_locked() on Mac OS X. It also sends a SIGINFO to the process, so it can run its own routine. See STATUS in the termios(4) man page.
~ Brendan Gregg, from Control T for TENEX
It is so freakin’ cool when I learn new Unix tricks. It’s like a maze of twisty passages, all alike; Except there’s… oh! A piece of candy! oh! A piece of candy! oh! A piece of candy.
If you don’t know what “Zabbix” is… please move along, there’s nothing to see here.
Conserve bandwidth so I can leave these here for others: Please download and save the PDFs! Please only download what you need.
These were snapped from the Zabbix 2.0 Documentation wiki circa December 2013. Every page in the PDFs includes the full URL where the original wiki page can be found. The Zabbix 2.0 docs appear pretty stable on the wiki, but it would be wise to check the wiki too.
01 Introduction (3Mb PDF)
02 Concepts (1Mb PDF)
03 Installation (3Mb PDF)
04 Quickstart (2Mb PDF)
05 Appliance (0.5Mb PDF)
06 Configuration (12Mb PDF)
07 IT Services (0.5Mb PDF)
08 Web Monitoring (2Mb PDF)
09 Maintenance (0.1Mb PDF)
10 Regular Expressions (0.1Mb PDF)
11 Event Acknowledgement (0.1Mb PDF)
12 Configuration Export and Import (0.5Mb PDF)
13 Discovery (4Mb PDF)
14 Distributed Monitoring (1Mb PDF)
15 Web Interface (13Mb PDF)
16 Appendices (excluding Zabbix API) (3Mb PDF)
16 Appendices (Zabbix API) (30Mb PDF)
This does not end well:
detonation of a hydrogen bomb pressed against your eyeball
~ What If, from Lethal Neutrinos
The telescope, inside the observatory dome, at Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff Arizona.
Natural human movement comprises locomotive skills such as walking, running, balancing, jumping, crawling, climbing, or swimming; manipulative skills such as lifting, carrying, throwing, and catching; and combative skills such as striking and grappling. In today’s comfortable world we are losing sight of the practicality of these skills, yet their value cannot be ignored whenever a life-threatening situation arises. You might have to run for your life, or climb, swim, fight, lift, etc. These abilities can save not only your own life, but that of strangers and loved ones as well. George Hebert said, “Be strong to be useful.” Do you want to be strong and useful? Then prioritize practical ways to move.
~ Brett McKay, from Get Fit Like a Wild Man: A Primer on MovNat
The teachings of your instructor constitute only a small fraction of what you will learn. Your mastery of each movement will depend almost completely on individual, earnest practice.
~ O’Sensei Ueshiba Morihei, from the rules posted at Hombu dojo
Orthopedic surgeons in Belgium have hunted down the enigmatic structure in cadavers. And what do you know — the good Parisian doctor [who discovered it 150 years ago] was right.
There is an overlooked ligament in the knee. And it might be important for keeping your knee from twisting and turning, especially after an injury to the anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL.
~ Michaeleen Doucleff, from Surgeons Discover Quirky Knee Ligament All Over Again
Kitchen is finished.
…that only took 18 months. :*)
Five millions tons of rubbish made up of devastated homes, boats, cars and businesses is making its way across the Pacific Ocean following the 2011 tsunami in Japan.
~ Christopher Bucktin, from Floating island of rubbish three times size of BRITAIN floating towards California
The article’s characterization of the debris as a “floating island” is certainly hyperbole. But still, this is a HUGE amount of floating debris.