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Author: lash <>
Date:   Wed, 12 Jan 2022 12:12:43 +0000

Remove projects, add shares

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Mcontent/20210609_iup.rst | 2+-
Acontent/20211017_python_virtualenv.rst | 19+++++++++++++++++++
Acontent/20211022_docker_npm_continued.rst | 31+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Acontent/20220102_qemu_host_fw.rst | 18++++++++++++++++++
Acontent/20220102_qemu_raw.rst | 45+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Acontent/code/docker-offline-5-npm-bundle/ | 39+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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Acontent/misc/docker-offline-registry/ | 28++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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Mcontent/pages/about.rst | 22+++++++---------------
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diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile @@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ help: @echo ' ' html: - "$(PELICAN)" "$(INPUTDIR)" -o "$(OUTPUTDIR)" -s "$(CONFFILE)" $(PELICANOPTS) + "$(PELICAN)" "$(INPUTDIR)" -t ./lash -o "$(OUTPUTDIR)" -s "$(CONFFILE)" $(PELICANOPTS) clean: [ ! -d "$(OUTPUTDIR)" ] || rm -rf "$(OUTPUTDIR)" diff --git a/content/20210609_iup.rst b/content/20210609_iup.rst @@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ Homemade internet state monitor :date: 2021-07-01 13:59 :category: Hygiene :author: Louis Holbrook -:tags: bash,systemd,network,i3wm,tmpfs +:tags: bash,systemd,network,i3wm,tmpfs,openvpn :slug: internet-up-monitor :summary: A small script to detect internet status :lang: en diff --git a/content/20211017_python_virtualenv.rst b/content/20211017_python_virtualenv.rst @@ -0,0 +1,19 @@ +Virtualenv with different pythons +################################# + +:date: 2021-10-17 15:45 +:category: Code +:author: Louis Holbrook +:tags: docker,networking,iptables,iproute +:slug: python-virtualenv-interpreter +:summary: Using a different python interpreter with virtualenv and pip install +:lang: en +:status: draft + + +.. + (.venv) cic-ussd $ export CPPFLAGS="-I/home/lash/src/ext/python/Python-3.8.6/Include -I/home/lash/src/ext/python/Python-3.8.6" + (.venv) cic-ussd $ export CFLAGS="-I/home/lash/src/ext/python/Python-3.8.6/Include -I/home/lash/src/ext/python/Python-3.8.6" + (.venv) cic-ussd $ pip download --global-option=build_ext --global-option "-I/home/lash/src/ext/Python-3.8.6/Include" --index-url --extra-index-url http://localhost/python --no-binary :all: -d deps/ -r requirements.txt + bcrypt uses cffi, fails with missing header files Python.h and pyconfig.h + diff --git a/content/20211022_docker_npm_continued.rst b/content/20211022_docker_npm_continued.rst @@ -0,0 +1,31 @@ +Local npm bundles +################# + +:date: 2021-10-22 15:26 +:category: Offlining +:author: Louis Holbrook +:tags: docker,npm,nodejs,javascript,devops +:slug: docker-offline-5-npm-bundle +:summary: Feeding npm packages to your offline Docker setup +:series: Offline Docker +:seriesprefix: docker-offline +:seriespart: 5 +:lang: en +:status: draft + + +.. code-block:: console + + <Directory "/srv/http/npm"> + DirectoryIndex package.json + RewriteEngine on + RewriteRule "^(.+)-\/(.+)$" "/npm/$1$2" [R=301] + </Directory> + + +.. include:: code/docker-offline-5-npm-bundle/ + :code: python + + +.. include:: code/docker-offline-5-npm-bundle/ + :code: bash diff --git a/content/20220102_qemu_host_fw.rst b/content/20220102_qemu_host_fw.rst @@ -0,0 +1,18 @@ +Isolating qemu networking from host +################################### + +:date: 2022-01-02 13:17:55 +:category: Offlining +:author: Louis Holbrook +:tags: qemu,network,iptables +:slug: qemu-host-fw +:summary: Making sure qemu does not have access to the hidden host ports +:lang: en +:status: draft + +.. code-block: bash + + iptables -N QEMU + iptables -A OUTPUT -o lo -m owner --gid-owner 1009 -j QEMU + iptables -A QEMU -d -j LOG + iptables -A QEMU -d -j DROP diff --git a/content/20220102_qemu_raw.rst b/content/20220102_qemu_raw.rst @@ -0,0 +1,45 @@ +Working with raw qemu partitions +################################ + +:date: 2022-01-02 12:09:55 +:category: Offlining +:author: Louis Holbrook +:tags: qemu,fdisk +:slug: qemu-raw-partitions +:summary: Rearranging your raw qemu image from the host +:lang: en +:status: draft + + +.. code-block: bash + + $ fdisk -l raw.img + $ qemu-image resize raw.img +2G + $ fdisk -l raw.img + Disk raw.img: 4 GiB, 4294967296 bytes, 8388608 sectors + Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes + Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes + I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes + Disklabel type: dos + Disk identifier: 0x79c2484b + + Device Boot Start End Sectors Size Id Type + raw.img1 * 2048 2193407 2191360 1G 83 Linux + raw.img2 2195454 4192255 1996802 975M 5 Extended + raw.img3 4192256 8388607 4196352 2G 83 Linux + raw.img5 2195456 4192255 1996800 975M 82 Linux swap / Solaris + + Partition table entries are not in disk order. + $ mke2fs -E offset=$(4192256*512) raw.img + $ sudo mount -o loop,offset=$(calc 2048*512),sizelimit=$(calc 2191360*512) /mnt/a + $ sudo mount -o loop,offset=$(calc 4192256*512) /mnt/b + $ sudo umount /mnt/b + $ losetup -f -P raw.img + $ lsblk -no NAME,UUID /dev/loop0 + loop0 + ├─loop0p1 34b73576-e8c6-4ffb-a503-a9828639b5e9 + ├─loop0p2 + ├─loop0p3 ff6235cc-2f72-4551-a3d3-73d8df2e21b9 + └─loop0p5 0255cf3e-b10b-4522-8cfe-9ef8e2fc2d6a + $ echo "UUID=ff6235cc-2f72-4551-a3d3-73d8df2e21b9 /usr ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 2" >> /mnt/a/etc/fstab + $ sudo umount /mnt/a diff --git a/content/code/docker-offline-5-npm-bundle/ b/content/code/docker-offline-5-npm-bundle/ @@ -0,0 +1,39 @@ +import json +import os +import urllib.request +import urllib.parse +import logging + +logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG) +logg = logging.getLogger() + + +f = open('package-lock.json', 'r') +j = json.load(f) +f.close() + +script_dir = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__)) 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My precious =================== PGP - personal - `59A844A4 84AC1125 3D3A3E9D CDCBD24D D1D0E001`_ + `59A844A484AC11253D3A3E9DCDCBD24DD1D0E001`_ PGP - code signing - `0826EDA1 702D1E87 C6E28751 21D2E7BB 88C2A746`_ + `0826EDA1702D1E87C6E2875121D2E7BB88C2A746`_ PGP - `Delta Chat`_ - `E19386B2 6EB1F4CC 9B14B4E3 D62A8A77 9612E773`_ + `E19386B26EB1F4CC9B14B4E3D62A8A779612E773`_ TOX_ - ``70459C0568A64737F127CA1505FA0485FBB69831C7BD6AC269E369285C7F2E0282283B2AFCD0`` + `70459C0568A64737F127CA1505FA0485FBB69831C7BD6AC269E369285C7F2E0282283B2AFCD0` .. .. _Delta Chat: -.. - - .. _59A844A4 84AC1125 3D3A3E9D CDCBD24D D1D0E001: - -.. + .. _59A844A484AC11253D3A3E9DCDCBD24DD1D0E001: - .. _0826EDA1 702D1E87 C6E28751 21D2E7BB 88C2A746: + .. _0826EDA1702D1E87C6E2875121D2E7BB88C2A746: -.. - - .. _E19386B2 6EB1F4CC 9B14B4E3 D62A8A77 9612E773: - -.. + .. _E19386B26EB1F4CC9B14B4E3D62A8A779612E773: .. _TOX: diff --git a/content/pages/projects.rst b/content/pages/projects.rst @@ -1,209 +0,0 @@ -Projects -######## - -:title: Projects -:author: Louis Holbrook -:status: published - - -Active -====== - -Chaintool_ ------------ - -This is a collection of three python3 blockchain libraries - chainlib_, chainsyncer_ and chainqueue_, written for the Community Inclusion Currency project pilot by `Grassroots Economics <>`_. - -Chainlib provides tooling for encodings for Solidity-EVM and Ethereum node networks, along with an attempt to generalize some concepts to allow multichain interfacing, as well as future additions of other chain environments. - -Chainsyncer partially depends on chainlib, and processes all transactions in mined blocks, and executes pluggable code for each of them. - -Chainqueue is chain environment agnostic, and facilitates bulk send of transactions. - -The collection also provides `Crypto Dev Signer`_, a daemon and library for use in development that performs Ethereum signatures over its standard JSON-RPC, along with a keystore with memory or sql backends. It also contains a cli tool to create and parse keystore files. - -Taint_ ------- - -Taint tags crypto addresses, and merge tags for crypto addresses that trade with each other. It can be used as a simple forensic tool to check whether cryptographic identities are isolated from each other. - - -`Eth Statsyncer`_ ------------------ - -Statsyncer collects and aggregates blockchain state, like gas prices, over time. It in turns serves this data on a (JSON-RPC) API. - -Leveldir_ ---------- - -Automagical subdirectory structures for integer and hex ranges. - -.. - Ecuth_ - ------ - - Leverages the `HTTP HOBA challenge-response authentication scheme`_ to authenticate with PGP_ and Ethereum_ wallets. It is supported by the dependencies `python-http-hoba-auth`_ and `python-yaml-acl`_, which provide parsing of HOBA authorization strings and a simple YAML-based ACL structure respectively. - -.. - Promisc - ------- - - Performs parallell lookups over a collection of web2 and/or web3 sources for an asset. Primarily designed to be a intermediate stop for projects that wish to integrate with web3, but cannot risk to fully rely on its lack of stability. - -librlp_ -------- - -A small implementation of the Recursive Length Prefix serialization format in C. A python interface pylibrlp_ is also provided. - -.. - libswarm - -------- - - A small implementation of the BMT, Swarmhash and Single-Owner Chunk hashers and chunkers used in the `Swarm Network`_. Written in C. - -Logwarrior_ ------------ - -Work logging in the spirit of the absolutely awesome Taskwarrior_ and Timewarrior_ tools. Written in Python, it uses the filesystem as backend, and MIME Multiparts to allow attachments to the log items. The ambition is to integrate with Taskwarrior one day. - -Confini_ --------- - -Python module for parsing and merging content from ``.ini`` files in a directory. It enables overriding of the resulting variables by environment variables and command line arguments through dictionaries. Has an incomplete javascript companion confini-js_. - - -Hiatus -====== - -`Benford generator`_ --------------------- - -A small C library to generate number serires that conform to the natural distribution according to `Benford's Law`_ [1]_ - - -Gitrefresh_ ------------ - -Mirroring tool to migrate your git repositories between computers without copying objects, and update existing repositories from remotes recursively. Written in ``bash``. - - -Simplesigner_ -------------- - -A library that aims to simplify mutually signing generic serializable items offline with handheld devices. Leverages Typescript and Protobuf. - -.. - Project links - -.. - - .. _Leveldir: - -.. - - .. _chaintool: - -.. - - .. _chainlib: - -.. - - .. _chainsyncer: - -.. - - .. _chainqueue: - -.. - - .. _Crypto Dev Signer: - -.. - - .. _Taint: - -.. - - .. _Eth Statsyncer: - -.. - - .. _Ecuth: - -.. - - .. _python-http-hoba-auth: - -.. - - .. _python-yaml-acl: - - -.. - - .. _Confini: - -.. - - .. _confini-js: - -.. - - .. _librlp: - - -.. - - .. _pylibrlp: - -.. - - .. _Feedwarrior: - -.. - - .. _Benford Generator: - -.. - - .. _Gitrefresh: - -.. - - .. _Simplesigner: - -.. - External projects - -.. - - .. _TaskWarrior: - -.. - - .. _TimeWarrior: - -.. - - .. _Benford's Law: - -.. - - .. _Swarm Network: - -.. - - .. _HTTP HOBA challenge-response authentication scheme: - -.. - - .. _PGP: - -.. - - .. _Ethereum: - -.. - - .. [1] A phenomenological law also called the first digit law, first digit phenomenon, or leading digit phenomenon. Benford's law states that in listings, tables of statistics, etc., the digit 1 tends to occur with probability ∼30%, much greater than the expected 11.1% (i.e., one digit out of 9). diff --git a/content/pages/shares.rst b/content/pages/shares.rst @@ -0,0 +1,32 @@ +Projects +######## + +:title: Shares +:author: Louis Holbrook +:status: published + + +Git repository +============== + + + +The repository list for my code projects, hosted on `cgit`_ + + +Python modules +============== + + + +A copy of python modules used within the `chaintool`_, `cicnet`_ and `grassrootseconomics`_ projects. + +.. + + .. _cgit: + + .. _chaintool: + + .. _cicnet: + + .. _grassrootseconomics: diff --git a/setup.txt b/setup.txt @@ -0,0 +1,5 @@ +rsync:// +rsync:// + +put in: (without the .git) +mkdir -vp pelican/plugins/