Have been building some small modules in Python recently. While have been working there, got a requirement on Socket programming. Hence this is the post to demonstrate a basic example of server-client application.
I’ve been working with a bash script which monitors different processes. If it detects any error then trigger alert and exit. While working there, I noticed there are different ways to do this e.g.
Have started working on another experimental project. This project is specifically for my learning purpose. I’m trying to automate few of my regular tasks. The same way I resolved earlier Reminder service or Automatically send emails using filters or Auto login to internet portal etc. Would like to tag these as ‘food for thought’. Will come back to new project details in a few months. This time I’m thinking in some broader aspect. To initiate that, the very first step is to set up its configuration properly. That is the reason behind this post. Continue reading
There are some emails where I’d like to thank the sender immediately after receiving them. Also, there are emails which I’d like to filter to my `To Read` directory and reply back with a formal message. Eventually, there are also some emails which I want to ignore completely and would like to let them know that I’d never solicited this kind of message from them. I’ve automated this entire process. Continue reading
There are a lot of commands which I use regularly. Some of them are very frequently used. The problem is rarely I remember all the required syntax and probable options for many of them. There is a very popular comic on xkcd on the same. Sometimes I check
man and sometimes I google them. So to help myself I’m accumulating some of them here. Continue reading
This post will list down the steps to install Oracle Java JDK in Ubuntu. I’ve Ubuntu 16.04 in my system but any other Debian based Linux operating systems should be compatible with these steps. Also my Ubuntu operating system architecture is 64-bit.
I use Skype regularly for video calling. It works excellent even when I call from my cell phone. Nowadays there are several other applications are available too for video calling. But still now I’ve found Skype is the best to handle noise and consistent during longer calls.
Recently I’d upgraded my OS to Ubuntu 16.04. As Skype is not available in Ubuntu repository so again I was looking for the Skype installation details. Hence just to make good use of my time on the next iteration- here is the post. Continue reading