DIY. Stuff I made or modified. The usual disclaimers apply!
Analog doesn't understand IPv6. It will complain about 'domain not given'. Below a workaround;
cat some_log | ipv6tofakehost > some_other_logDo this before running Analog.
cat Report.html | fakehost2ipv6 > index.html
Put SUBORG *.*.ipvsix in your Analog config.
Analog then neatly categorises unresolved IPv6 addresses;
And by /48;
A small patch to the file
'gtk/friendlist.c' by Simon IJskes which sets the Linphone (3.6.1) contact
list sort order to display_name (name instead of number).
I also build Amd64 Debian Stretch/9 package files. These where never tested though!
A modified version of the Recvtty program used to read data from a Slyla VB1 blood analysis machine.
Program to check the quality of NTP synchronisation; When Garmin looses NMEA sync it's PPS will start to drift.
Output with the '-d' option;
0 +ntp0.nl.net -0.002000 1 -ntp1.oma.be 0.021000 2 -ntp2.oma.be 0.005000 Cnt: 3 DCF: 0.422000 PPS: 0.001000 Avg: 0.008000 1
This program dumps data from a serial port in to a file. The tty is set to raw mode and the data is eight bits, no parity one stop-bit (8N1) and uses RTS-CTS handshaking. The program doesn't need DSR or DCD but can monitor these if you want.
A modified version of the above program used to read data from a Slyla VB1 blood analysis machine.
This program sends null chars to a serial port at 115200 bps.
Rob's search thingy.
My search engine.
Squid redirector with RBL support
When cut and pasting text from Xdpf, it thinks it should convert the data to
UTF-8, even though the data already is UTF-8. For instance, the degree sign
('°') (mbs '\xC2\xB0') gets converted into 'Â°' (mbs '\xC3\x82\xC2\xB0').
utundup.c converts the data back.
Multiple language spellcheck script.