This article is for people that have good knowledge in Python and want to learn and practise new skills and do some network basics. Information about sockets is very important when using Python for network scripting. Before we can create and use sockets we have to import the socket library as we explained and showed […]
It is late and I decided to code a simple TCP server in pure Python. But what is a server? Anything that receives connection from other computers called clients is called a server. This server keeps the connection open and waits for clients to connect. Python is rich in libraries and the socket library will […]
On August 28, the Project Leader and Founder of OpenIndiana, Alasdair Lumsden, resigned from his position effective immediately. OpenIndiana was the fork of which was originally OpenSolaris. When Oracle announced to sudden death of OpenSolaris, post their acquisition of former technology giant, Sun Microsystems, it was quickly forked and split into two entirely new entities. […]
While things remain quiet overall with Linux development, I took some time out to interview a good friend of mine who I have known for many years through a popular Australian Bulletin Board. I know him as a passionate user and advocate for free and open-source software.
There’s a general perception that Server System Administrators are short, overweight lonely men with overgrown beards who work in dark dungeon like basements, maintaining the worlds servers and keeping the internet running. Where this perception comes from, I’m not quite sure. Hollywood perhaps! Truth is, they’re just regular people like you and me. They may […]