I just had to do it. I do this because why the hell not? We all have litter. I guess people will be interested in math, data, and AI. How boring… Maybe not boring at work but definitely boring at home. Maybe I’ll get motivated to do some TensorFlow slop. After I finish my GTK […]
I was wanting to spend some time with Nim programming language since it looks very similar to two of my favorite languages, Python being one. I am very impressed with it so far but I don’t really have anything to write at the moment and the kid keeps bugging me to paint his traffic light […]
So I have C# code that grabs the print records from the Windows event logs on the print servers in order to create reports and easy searches from my web environment. I dump this data into a SQLite database, because I am a control freak and the place where I work is also a control […]
This is basically how I collect physical user logons along with reboots, etc. I dump this shit into a database and deliver via a web-page so folks can do dated searches by workstation or user ID. Works beautifully. You will need the Win32api libraries. I am running this on a Win 2019 server from Python3.7, […]
This is very basic and I’d lie if I said I hadn’t tried looping through the registry for 64/32 bit, but this works great and isn’t missing entries. I deliver this in a web page making it easy to do look ups on most machines in my org. Tweak as you need, add some error […]
If you are looking to develop GUI applications on Linux but don’t really want the tediousness of hand coding the interface, below are a few options with WYSIWYG ability. Many of these tools also run on Windows and/or Mac and can compile for all three platforms.
My wife was wanting to see the meta tags embedded in YouTube videos so I whipped up this quick Python script.
I originally wrote this to execute PowerShell scripts from a Flask web interface. You can now install Powershell on Linux. Crazy, ain’t it?
I was bored… Of course this can be done easily in the terminal, but what’s the fun in that? This should work on any flavor of Debian/Ubuntu. import os import subprocess as sp ”’ Pipe to file in terminal: $ flatpak list –app –show-details > ~/Documents/installed-flatpack.log $ dpkg –get-selections > ~/Documents/installed-software.log Not using Debian? Here’s […]
My music and photos were getting out of hand. Thought I would share.