segunda-feira, dezembro 26, 2005


The goal of the IPP2P project is to identify peer-to-peer (P2P) data in IP traffic. For this purpose we extended the iptables/netfilter architecture by a new matching module. Thereby IPP2P integrates itself easily into existing Linux firewalls and it's functionality can be used by adding appropriate filter rules.
IPP2P uses suitable search patterns to identify P2P traffic thus allowing the reliable identifcation of traffic belonging to many P2P networks. Once identified one may handle P2P traffic in different ways - dropping such traffic, putting into low priority classes or shaping to a given bandwidth limit is possible. Reducing costs, freeing network ressources and therefore improving network performance is often the result of using IPP2P.

domingo, dezembro 25, 2005

Seven Habits of Highly Effective Programmers

sábado, dezembro 24, 2005


O conversor de DVD para XviD mais fácil de usar:
Auto Gordian Knot

sábado, dezembro 17, 2005

Instalando Codecs no Ubuntu

Why can a Windows or Mac user view DVDs on their OS and not be breaking any laws?

What makes iMovie, Windows Media Player, WinDVD or PowerDVD legal and any current Linux software illegal?

libdvdcss2 :
w32codecs :


Add this to your sources list.

deb breezy free non-free
deb-src breezy free non-free

Among the PLF Ubuntu packages are libdvdcss and w32codecs

segunda-feira, dezembro 12, 2005

Maildrop tips and tricks

Here's a list of tips and tricks to write efficient mail filters using maildrop. Maildrop - just like any programming language - can do certain things better than others.