Introduction I recently published a Python based plugin for Icinga and Nagios monitoring platforms that monitors the presence of wireless devices in the vicinity. I really like the stability and reliability Icinga provides when it comes to monitoring the state of hosts or services. There are so many software applications that let you do this, […]
If you are a Linux user living in Uganda and use 3G internet, you may want to try out my tools to connect to the Internet. These are a couple of scripts I created a while back, however, I’ve now updated them to allow for the following: You can now connect to Airtel, Orange/Africell, MTN, […]
Docker containers are all the rage these days. However, if you’ve used Linux for a while you’ve come across LXC. For FreeBSD users, docker containers will remind you of jails. Docker is essentially the same, but with a better tool chain that makes it easy to build system images and move them around different environments. Docker […]
The prevalent and most used type of Internet in Uganda currently is 3G via a USB modem or dongle. Have you found yourself somewhere; may be on travel, or at home, and you need to share your Internet connection with a friend or family members via WiFi? Do you wish you could just plug in […]
I’ve added a status page showing current OTA DVB-T channels broadcasting in Uganda. You can access it at Digital TV Uganda. Uganda’s digital TV migration is still in its testing phase and only the Kampala area is receiving these streams.