Quotes
The hacker mindset doesn't actually see what happens on the other side, to the victim.

Kevin Mitnick

“Measuring programming progress by lines of code is like measuring aircraft building progress by weight.”

Bill Gates

“First learn computer science and all the theory. Next develop a programming style. Then forget all that and just hack.”

George Carrette

I get hired by companies to hack into their systems and break into their physical facilities to find security holes. Our success rate is 100%; we've always found a hole.

Kevin Mitnick

“Microsoft has a new version out, Windows XP, which according to everybody is the ‘most reliable Windows ever.‘ To me, this is like saying that asparagus is ‘the most articulate vegetable ever.‘ “

Dave Barry

“Software is like sex: It’s better when it’s free.”

Steve McConnell


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    Flashing Fat Xbox360 LT+

My Project
// Sajovic.me (Ruby On Rails, SASS, Jquery) //


ChangeLog

Update: 01.02.2014

Features:

  • Rails -v "4.0.2"

I am Slovenian Junior Ruby on Rails developer.
I have some knowledge of language( HTML, CSS , some PHP ). The scripts I'am working with (JavaScript, Jquery, CoffeScript).


This project was written in:

ruby on rails

Ruby -v "2.0.0" more documentation about Ruby Programming Language
Rails -v "4.0.0"


Ruby on Rails® is an open-source web framework that's optimized for programmer happiness and sustainable productivity. It lets you write beautiful code by favorite convention over configuration.
Rails was created in 2003 by David Heinemeier and has since been extended by the Rails core team, more than 3,100 contributors.

More about Rails



For Front-end im using Foundation 4 from ZURB
The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world.
read => .::more::.


What's new in 4?

Responsive design lighter, faster and more advanced...


Foundation

is made by ZURB, a product design company in Campbell, California.
More than 15 years of experoence building web products, services and websites into this framework.

My project have admin panel and dashboard for adding blogs, new work and projects


Go..::through the presentation::.. ↓

sajovic.me admin panel

Admin Navigation

sajovic.me panel

Log In to my application

sajovic.me log_in

For editing i am using CKEditor.


CKEditor

is a ready-for-use HTML text editor designed to simplify web content creation. It's a WYSIWYG editor that brings common word processor features directly to your web pages. Enhance your website experience with our community maintained editor.


It's free & open source , The best web text editor for everyone => .::more::. sajovic.me ckeditor


Project during development

sajovic.me project

Blaz Sajovic Sajovic.me © 2013 // Project "My personal website"

@RaDIrkA

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    Partizanska cesta 109
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    Spletna stran: www.lotrans.si

    Optimize website for all resolutions (mobile, tablet, etc)
    Internet Explorer Compatibility 8+

     


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Linux

  • A little collection of cool unix terminal/console/curses tools

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  • dstat & sar

    iostat, vmstat, ifstat and much more in one.

    dstat screenshot

     

    slurm

    Visualizes network interface traffic over time.

    slurm screenshot

     

    vim & emacs

    The real programmers' editors.

    vim screenshot

     

    screen, dtach, tmux, byobu

    Keep your terminal sessions alive.

    gnu screen screenshot

     

    multitail

    See your log files in separate windows.

    multitail screenshot

     

    tpp

    Presentation ("PowerPoint") tool for terminal.

    tpp screenshot

     

    xargs & parallel

    Executes tasks from input (even multithread).

    xargs screenshot

     

    duplicity & rsyncrypto

    Encrypting backup tools.

    duplicity screenshot

     

    nethack & slash'em

    Still the most complex game on the planet.

    nethack screenshot

     

    lftp

    Does FTPS. Can mirror, kinda like rsync.

    lftp screenshot

     

    ack

    A better grep for source code.

    ack screenshot

     

    calcurse & remind + wyrd

    Calendar systems.

    calcurse screenshot

     

    newsbeuter & rsstail

    Command line RSS readers.

    newsbeuter screenshot

     

    powertop

    Helps conserve power on Linux.

    powertop screenshot

     

    tig

    A console UI for git.

    tig screenshot

     

    qalc

    The best calculator. Ever. (For scripts too.)

    qalc screenshot

     

    htop & iotop

    Process, memory and io monitoring.

    htop screenshot

     

    ttyrec & ipbt

    Record and play back terminal sessions.

    ipbt screenshot

     

    rsync

    Keeps filesystems in sync over SSH.

    rsync screenshot

     

    mtr

    traceroute 2.0.

    mtr screenshot

     

    socat & netpipes

    Directing stuff easily in and out of sockets.

    socat screenshot

     

    iftop, iptraf & nethogs

    To see where your traffic goes.

    iftop screenshot

     

    siege & tsung

    Command line load test tools.

    siege screenshot

     

    ledger

    Terminal-based accounting package.

    ledger screenshot

     

    taskwarrior

    Todo management in the terminal.

    taskwarrior screenshot

     

    curl

    Everybody's favorite HTTP toolbox.

    curl screenshot

     

    rtorrent & aria2

    Command line torrent downloaders.

    rtorrent screenshot

     

    ttytter & earthquake

    Nice trendy Twitter clients :)

    ttytter screenshot

     

    vifm & ranger

    Alternatives to the midnight commander.

    vifm screenshot

     

    cowsay & sl

    I just couldn't resist. :o)

    cowsay screenshot

     

    cloc

    Counts lines of code.

    cloc screenshot

     

    ipcalc

    For network assignments.

    ipcalc screenshot


  • An A-Z Index of the Bash command line for Linux.

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  • a
      alias    Create an alias •
      apropos  Search Help manual pages (man -k)
      apt-get  Search for and install software packages (Debian/Ubuntu)
      aptitude Search for and install software packages (Debian/Ubuntu)
      aspell   Spell Checker
      awk      Find and Replace text, database sort/validate/index
    b
      basename Strip directory and suffix from filenames
      bash     GNU Bourne-Again SHell
      bc       Arbitrary precision calculator language
      bg       Send to background
      break    Exit from a loop •
      builtin  Run a shell builtin
      bzip2    Compress or decompress named file(s)
    c
      cal      Display a calendar
      case     Conditionally perform a command
      cat      Concatenate and print (display) the content of files
      cd       Change Directory
      cfdisk   Partition table manipulator for Linux
      chgrp    Change group ownership
      chmod    Change access permissions
      chown    Change file owner and group
      chroot   Run a command with a different root directory
      chkconfig System services (runlevel)
      cksum    Print CRC checksum and byte counts
      clear    Clear terminal screen
      cmp      Compare two files
      comm     Compare two sorted files line by line
      command  Run a command - ignoring shell functions •
      continue Resume the next iteration of a loop •
      cp       Copy one or more files to another location
      cron     Daemon to execute scheduled commands
      crontab  Schedule a command to run at a later time
      csplit   Split a file into context-determined pieces
      cut      Divide a file into several parts
    d
      date     Display or change the date & time
      dc       Desk Calculator
      dd       Convert and copy a file, write disk headers, boot records
      ddrescue Data recovery tool
      declare  Declare variables and give them attributes •
      df       Display free disk space
      diff     Display the differences between two files
      diff3    Show differences among three files
      dig      DNS lookup
      dir      Briefly list directory contents
      dircolors Colour setup for `ls'
      dirname  Convert a full pathname to just a path
      dirs     Display list of remembered directories
      dmesg    Print kernel & driver messages
      du       Estimate file space usage
    e
      echo     Display message on screen •
      egrep    Search file(s) for lines that match an extended expression
      eject    Eject removable media
      enable   Enable and disable builtin shell commands •
      env      Environment variables
      ethtool  Ethernet card settings
      eval     Evaluate several commands/arguments
      exec     Execute a command
      exit     Exit the shell
      expect   Automate arbitrary applications accessed over a terminal
      expand   Convert tabs to spaces
      export   Set an environment variable
      expr     Evaluate expressions
    f
      false    Do nothing, unsuccessfully
      fdformat Low-level format a floppy disk
      fdisk    Partition table manipulator for Linux
      fg       Send job to foreground
      fgrep    Search file(s) for lines that match a fixed string
      file     Determine file type
      find     Search for files that meet a desired criteria
      fmt      Reformat paragraph text
      fold     Wrap text to fit a specified width.
      for      Expand words, and execute commands
      format   Format disks or tapes
      free     Display memory usage
      fsck     File system consistency check and repair
      ftp      File Transfer Protocol
      function Define Function Macros
      fuser    Identify/kill the process that is accessing a file
    g
      gawk     Find and Replace text within file(s)
      getopts  Parse positional parameters
      grep     Search file(s) for lines that match a given pattern
      groupadd Add a user security group
      groupdel Delete a group
      groupmod Modify a group
      groups   Print group names a user is in
      gzip     Compress or decompress named file(s)
    h
      hash     Remember the full pathname of a name argument
      head     Output the first part of file(s)
      help     Display help for a built-in command •
      history  Command History
      hostname Print or set system name
    i
      iconv    Convert the character set of a file
      id       Print user and group id's
      if       Conditionally perform a command
      ifconfig Configure a network interface
      ifdown   Stop a network interface
      ifup     Start a network interface up
      import   Capture an X server screen and save the image to file
      install  Copy files and set attributes
    j
      jobs     List active jobs •
      join     Join lines on a common field
    k
      kill     Stop a process from running
      killall  Kill processes by name
    l
      less     Display output one screen at a time
      let      Perform arithmetic on shell variables •
      link     Create a link to a file
      ln       Create a symbolic link to a file
      local    Create variables •
      locate   Find files
      logname  Print current login name
      logout   Exit a login shell •
      look     Display lines beginning with a given string
      lpc      Line printer control program
      lpr      Off line print
      lprint   Print a file
      lprintd  Abort a print job
      lprintq  List the print queue
      lprm     Remove jobs from the print queue
      ls       List information about file(s)
      lsof     List open files
    m
      make     Recompile a group of programs
      man      Help manual
      mkdir    Create new folder(s)
      mkfifo   Make FIFOs (named pipes)
      mkisofs  Create an hybrid ISO9660/JOLIET/HFS filesystem
      mknod    Make block or character special files
      more     Display output one screen at a time
      mount    Mount a file system
      mtools   Manipulate MS-DOS files
      mtr      Network diagnostics (traceroute/ping)
      mv       Move or rename files or directories
      mmv      Mass Move and rename (files)
    n
      netstat  Networking information
      nice     Set the priority of a command or job
      nl       Number lines and write files
      nohup    Run a command immune to hangups
      notify-send  Send desktop notifications
      nslookup Query Internet name servers interactively
    o
      open     Open a file in its default application
      op       Operator access
    p
      passwd   Modify a user password
      paste    Merge lines of files
      pathchk  Check file name portability
      ping     Test a network connection
      pkill    Stop processes from running
      popd     Restore the previous value of the current directory
      pr       Prepare files for printing
      printcap Printer capability database
      printenv Print environment variables
      printf   Format and print data •
      ps       Process status
      pushd    Save and then change the current directory
      pwd      Print Working Directory
    q
      quota    Display disk usage and limits
      quotacheck Scan a file system for disk usage
      quotactl Set disk quotas
    r
      ram      ram disk device
      rcp      Copy files between two machines
      read     Read a line from standard input •
      readarray Read from stdin into an array variable •
      readonly Mark variables/functions as readonly
      reboot   Reboot the system
      rename   Rename files
      renice   Alter priority of running processes
      remsync  Synchronize remote files via email
      return   Exit a shell function
      rev      Reverse lines of a file
      rm       Remove files
      rmdir    Remove folder(s)
      rsync    Remote file copy (Synchronize file trees)
    s
      screen   Multiplex terminal, run remote shells via ssh
      scp      Secure copy (remote file copy)
      sdiff    Merge two files interactively
      sed      Stream Editor
      select   Accept keyboard input
      seq      Print numeric sequences
      set      Manipulate shell variables and functions
      sftp     Secure File Transfer Program
      shift    Shift positional parameters
      shopt    Shell Options
      shutdown Shutdown or restart linux
      sleep    Delay for a specified time
      slocate  Find files
      sort     Sort text files
      source   Run commands from a file '.'
      split    Split a file into fixed-size pieces
      ssh      Secure Shell client (remote login program)
      strace   Trace system calls and signals
      su       Substitute user identity
      sudo     Execute a command as another user
      sum      Print a checksum for a file
      suspend  Suspend execution of this shell •
      sync     Synchronize data on disk with memory
    t
      tail     Output the last part of file
      tar      Tape ARchiver
      tee      Redirect output to multiple files
      test     Evaluate a conditional expression
      time     Measure Program running time
      timeout  Run a command with a time limit
      times    User and system times
      touch    Change file timestamps
      top      List processes running on the system
      traceroute Trace Route to Host
      trap     Run a command when a signal is set(bourne)
      tr       Translate, squeeze, and/or delete characters
      true     Do nothing, successfully
      tsort    Topological sort
      tty      Print filename of terminal on stdin
      type     Describe a command •
    u
      ulimit   Limit user resources •
      umask    Users file creation mask
      umount   Unmount a device
      unalias  Remove an alias •
      uname    Print system information
      unexpand Convert spaces to tabs
      uniq     Uniquify files
      units    Convert units from one scale to another
      unset    Remove variable or function names
      unshar   Unpack shell archive scripts
      until    Execute commands (until error)
      uptime   Show uptime
      useradd  Create new user account
      userdel  Delete a user account
      usermod  Modify user account
      users    List users currently logged in
      uuencode Encode a binary file
      uudecode Decode a file created by uuencode
    v
      v        Verbosely list directory contents (`ls -l -b')
      vdir     Verbosely list directory contents (`ls -l -b')
      vi       Text Editor
      vmstat   Report virtual memory statistics
    w
      wait     Wait for a process to complete •
      watch    Execute/display a program periodically
      wc       Print byte, word, and line counts
      whereis  Search the user's $path, man pages and source files for a program
      which    Search the user's $path for a program file
      while    Execute commands
      who      Print all usernames currently logged in
      whoami   Print the current user id and name (`id -un')
      wget     Retrieve web pages or files via HTTP, HTTPS or FTP
      write    Send a message to another user
    x
      xargs    Execute utility, passing constructed argument list(s)
      xdg-open Open a file or URL in the user's preferred application.
      yes      Print a string until interrupted
      .        Run a command script in the current shell
      !!       Run the last command again
      ###      Comment / Remark
    Commands marked • are bash built-ins
    Many commands particularly the Core Utils are also available under alternate shells (C shell, Korn shell etc).
    More bash commands: Linux Command Directory from O'Reilly, GNU CoreUtils.

  • Linux command to gathers up information about a Linux system

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  • Find out KDE Desktop version:

    konqueror --version

    Find out Gnome Desktop version:

    gnome-panel --version

    Find out Mozilla browser version:

    mozilla --version

    Find out Firefox browser version:

    firefox --version

    Find out current Language:

    set | egrep '^(LANG|LC_)'

    Find out disk space usage:

    df -h

    Find/Estimate file space usage:

    du -h

    Find out version of Linux glibc:

    ls -l /lib/libc-*.so /lib/libc.so*

    Find out user limits:

    ulimit -a

    Find out installed device drivers (modules)

    lsmod

    Find out information about an X server:

    xdpyinfo

    It can find out:

    • Name of display:
    • Version number
    • Vendor name (such as The XFree86 Project)
    • Vendor release number
    • And XFree86 version number

    Find out information about Linux CPU

    cat /proc/cpuinfo

    Find out information about Linux Memory

    cat /proc/meminfo

    OR

    free -m

    OR

    free -g

    Find out user shell name:

    ps -p $$ | tail -1 | awk '{ print $4 }'

    Dump Linux kernel variables

    /sbin/sysctl -a

    Find out running Linux kernel version:

    uname -mrs
    uname -a
    cat /proc/version

    Dump or display memory information and swap information:

    free -m

    Network card and IP address information:

    ifconfig -a
    ifconfig -a|less

    Debian / Ubuntu Linux network configuration file (all interface eth0,eth1,...ethN)

    more /etc/network/interfaces

    Redhat / CentOS / Fedora Linux network configuration file (eth0)

    more  /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0

    Note replace eth1 for 2nd network card and so on.

    Display routing information

    route -n
    route

    Display list of all open ports

    netstat -tulpn

    View login related logs

    tail -f /var/log/secure
    vi /var/log/secure
    grep 'something' /var/log/secure

    View mail server related logs

    tail -f /var/log/maillog
    vi /var/log/maillog
    grep 'something' /var/log/maillog

    Find how long the system has been running

    uname
    w

    Show who is logged on and what they are doing

    w
    who

    Display list of tasks

    top

    Display all running process

    ps aux
    ps aux | grep process-name

    Display list of all installed software on Redhat / CentOS / Fedora

    rpm -qa
    rpm -qa | grep 'software-name'
    rpm -qa | less

    Display list of all installed software on Debian / Ubuntu

    dpkg --list

     


Work

  • Raspberry Pi2 + OpenElec & Ambilight

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  • Project work with Raspberry Pi 2 + OS OpenElec and Ambilight


  • Logitech Z-5500 Tricks how to Boost speakers

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  • 1. Activating the Second Skin
    Basically this changes the level display for the volume control to a "stepped" type display instead of the default "bar" display. It also changes the color of the LED when in standby mode from red to purple... how cool is that?

    To toggle between the first and second skins, first set the unit to standby mode, then press Input + Effect + Settings + Mute simultaneously for 6 seconds. Once you see the LED flash for 2 seconds

    2. Enabling volume offset for Analog sources (i never tried yet)
    Okay so you noticed Direct 6 Channel analog mode is lower in volume compared to Optical and Coaxial digital. If you want to "normalize" the level here is how you do it:

    While in 6 Channel Direct mode, hold down the Mute button and start rotating the volume knob while keeping the Mute button down. Note that the display now shows "offset" values.

    3. Displaying firmware version and resetting to factory settings (i never tried yet)
    Set the unit to standby mode then press Input + Settings simultaneously for 6 seconds. This will display the firmware version for a few seconds and will also reset the settings to their original factory values.

    4. Displaying the digital stream type/mode
    Set the unit to standby mode then press Input + Effect simultaneously for 6 seconds. This will put the Control Center in "Diagnostic Mode". Now everytime you the Z-5500 is fed a digital stream (DTS, DD, etc.), it will display the stream information (format, bitrate, etc.) for 5 seconds in place of the DD or DTS logo before returning to the standard display.

    5.Boost Mode mad excursions on the sub from videos i seen..it,s used to gain higher volume from songs/movies recorded in low volume.

    can and probably is dangerous if using this setting with digital connection or perfect loudness vids/songs<--can void your warranty if you blow your sub/amp/satts.


    There are 2 ways to get louder voice from Z5500. First way is when u press down MUTE button (not from remote control) and turn volume button +. Other way is that when you turn volume to MAX and keep turning then boost will automatically work.

    How you get the boost 11? Simply you must the + volume full open and if you are seeing the max of your'e z5500, you must push farther(180 degrees) and than you see boost 1-2-3 ect.

    6:Max Boost

    go to boost 11.....hold your mute button....and keep on turning....you will see boost 22


  • Leto 2007 - My personal profil page / *about Fifa 07 */

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  • FIFA 2007

  • Prvi projekt /* Nala */

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  • Učenje HTML/CSS
    IE8 ni podprt!

  • Baytfix

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  • Prvi večji projekt Baytfix.com /* domena ne aktivna */

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  • Responsive HTML/CSS/Jquery