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Getting started[edit]

news and feeds, news w/o feeds, …[edit]

haaretz.com[edit]

Jochen Hayek's personal stuff[edit]

Standpunkte (auf Deutsch)[edit]

positions (in English)[edit]

"Jüdisches" …[edit]

Jüdisches

bills on web-sites – in German: "Rechnung online"[edit]

books[edit]

where to find books …[edit]

foreign wiki articles living here, their local categories[edit]

Some foreign wikis look abandoned – so how to continue working on them? Export them remotely, import them here!

jobs[edit]

jobs

für Gabriel[edit]

fuer Gabriel

software inventory[edit]

…003 – the MacBook Pro (macOS)[edit]

technical topics – spreading the word …[edit]

pdftohtml -xml[edit]

$ pdftohtml -xml -i -nomerge -hidden FILE.pdf FILE.pdftohtml.xml
$ ~/bin/pdftohtml__postprocess.pl FILE.pdftohtml.xml > FILE.pdftohtml.xml-
  • after this let emacs do indent-region on the file (buffer)
  • easy manual postprocessing
  • scripted "intermediate processing": …

extracting times from files, adding times to file names, adapting the modtime[edit]

  • pdf
  • jpg
  • epub
  • my tools on github …

your past diary does not reflect well your activities? add the blog entries you authored![edit]

  • my tool on github … – a wonderful helper in XQuery (i.e. also XQuery evangalisation)

procmail[edit]

Arts[edit]

Arts/Architecture/History[edit]

period: Neues Bauen[edit]

Arts/Art_History/Periods_and_Movements/Bauhaus[edit]

Bauhaus: die Weberinnen[edit]

Arts/Literature/Authors[edit]

Arts/Literature/Authors : Arno Geiger[edit]

Arts/Literature/Authors : Joachim Meyerhoff[edit]

Arts/Literature/Authors : Amos Oz[edit]

Arts/Literature/World_Literature/British/Shakespeare/Works/Plays/Tragedies/Othello[edit]

Arts/Movies[edit]

Arts/Movies/Titles[edit]

Dokumentarfilm: ENDLICH TACHELES![edit]

Arts/Movies : TV series[edit]

my next binge-watching candidates[edit]
my past binge-watching experiences[edit]

Arts/Music[edit]

Arts/Music/Instruments/Squeezebox/Accordion[edit]

keywords: Akkordeon. (mediawiki seems to needs this in order to locate these links.)

Arts/Music/Instruments/Stringed/Bowed_Strings/Violin[edit]

Arts/Television/Programs[edit]

Business[edit]

Business/Business_Services/AudioVisual/Video_Conferencing[edit]

Business/Employment/Resumes_and_Portfolios/Digital_Format[edit]

xmlresume[edit]

Business/Environment/Waste_Management[edit]

Business/Financial_Services/Banking_Services[edit]

Business/Financial_Services/Banking_Services : certain banks …[edit]

Business/Financial_Services/Banking_Services : EBICS vs FinTS/HBCI[edit]

  • both standards cover the communication between bank client and bank
  • I got the vague idea, that EBICS is superior to FinTS and may be suitable to replace it – I would like to discuss this (TBD)
  • why do banks restrict use of EBICS to corporate clients?

Business/Financial_Services/Banking_Services : BCS-FTAM[edit]

  • a communications standard for banking based on X.25, i.e. non-TCP/IP based (cf. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FTAM)
  • the predecessor of EBICS
  • when the telcos announced, they would discontinue X.25 services (the basis of FTAM), the banks started developing a TCP/IP based replacement, in France and Germany EBICS got developed

Business/Financial_Services/Banking_Services : EBICS[edit]

Business/Financial_Services/Banking_Services : FinTS, HBCI, …[edit]

HBCI4Java etc.[edit]
Willuhn, jameica, hibiscus[edit]
HBCI4Java within Tomcat[edit]
HBCI4Java with JRuby and Rails[edit]
pecuniabanking.de[edit]
AqBanking[edit]
AqBanking with Ruby[edit]
SUSEMBLY Banking 4[edit]

Business/Financial_Services/Banking_Services : ISO 20022[edit]

how I view and navigate camt.052 XML files[edit]
clarifications[edit]
PartyIdentification32[edit]
  • PartyIdentification32 (camt.052.000.02)
  • PartyIdentification43 (camt.052.000.03, camt.052.000.04)
  • used for the SEPA creditor id, also called CdtrSchmeId
ExternalOrganisationIdentification1Code[edit]
  • ExternalOrganisationIdentification1Code (camt.052.000.*), published separately …
  • http://www.iso20022.org/external_code_list.page 9-OrganisationIdentification
  • does not include SEPA
  • includes CBID (Central Bank Identification Number)
  • isn't that code list good for the creditor id code? but maybe go for CBID?!?
ExternalPurpose1Code[edit]
  • ExternalPurpose1Code (camt.052.000.*)
  • http://www.iso20022.org/external_code_list.page published separately 4-CategoryPurpose includes: SALA (SalaryPayment), PENS (PensionPayment), GOVT (GovernmentPayment), SSBE (SocialSecurityBenefit)
  • http://www.iso20022.org/external_code_list.page published separately 11-Purpose includes: SALA (SalaryPayment), PENS (PensionPayment), CBFF (capital building fringe fortune, in German: vermögenswirksame Leistungen), GOVT (GovernmentPayment), SSBE (SocialSecurityBenefit), BENE (UnemploymentDisabilityBenefit), CHAR (CharityPayment)
  • what column should be used?

Business/Financial_Services/Banking_Services : SEPA[edit]

Business/Financial_Services/Merchant_Services/Guides_and_Directories[edit]

Business/Human_Resources/Recruiting_and_Retention[edit]

job interviews …[edit]

Business/Publishing_and_Printing/Publishing/Books/Business[edit]

  • O'Reilly

technical books and notes

Business/Publishing_and_Printing/Publishing/Electronic/E-Books[edit]

companies in the e-book production business:

Business/Telecommunications/Services/Messaging[edit]

Mattermost[edit]

Computers[edit]

Computers/Computer_Science/Distributed_Computing/Platforms/Hadoop[edit]

Computers/Data_Communications/Telephony[edit]

dialling codes[edit]

who called me?[edit]

Computers/Data_Communications/Testing_and_Tools/Bandwidth_Tests[edit]

Computers/Data_Formats/Document/Publishing/PDF/Software[edit]

Computers/Data_Formats/File_Systems[edit]

AFP = Apple Filing Protocol[edit]

AFS = Andrew File System[edit]

NFS[edit]

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_File_System AKA NFS
  • the Network File System is a distributed file system protocol originally developed by Sun Microsystems in 1984
  • my Synology NAS provides access via NFS – actually NFS seems to me the fastest and most stable way of accessing files via a LAN or WIFI
  • NFS

SMB/CIFS and Samba[edit]

Computers/Data_Formats/Markup_Languages/HTML[edit]

Computers/Data_Formats/Markup_Languages/XML/Addressing_and_Querying/XPath[edit]

xmlstarlet[edit]

Computers/Data_Formats/Markup_Languages/XML/Addressing_and_Querying/XQuery[edit]

Computers/Data_Formats/Markup_Languages/XML/Document_Types[edit]

Computers/E-Books/Readers/Software[edit]

Computers/Emulators/Intel_x86_Architecture/VirtualBox[edit]

communication with a (local) virtual machine[edit]

If the host is connected to its LAN through wifi, the network interface(s) of a local virtual machine cannot be set to bridged mode and hence cannot acquire its own IP address on the LAN.

The virtual machine usually can be ssh-ed into on a unusual port like 2222:

ssh into a local virtual machine:

$ ssh -p 2222 localhost

rsync (via ssh) into a local virtual machine:

$ env RSYNC_RSH='ssh -p 2222' rsync -vaz diary localhost:diary_

emacs/tramp/dired (http://www.gnu.org/software/tramp/) with a local virtual machine:

this should "ssh -p 2222 localhost", but seems to ignore "-p 2222":

/ssh:localhost#2222:

these variations of the above work:

/sshx:localhost#2222:
/scpx:localhost#2222:

Computers/Internet/Chat/Instant_Messaging[edit]

Computers/Internet/On_the_Web/Weblogs[edit]

Computers/Internet/On_the_Web/Weblogs: WordPress[edit]

define('WP_POST_REVISIONS', 5);

Computers/Internet/Protocols/IP/Addressing/Lookup : geolocation[edit]

geolocation on the command line[edit]

$ curl http://api.db-ip.com/v2/free/59.163.146.20
{
    "ipAddress": "59.163.146.20",
	"continentCode": "AS",
	"continentName": "Asia",
	"countryCode": "IN",
	"countryName": "India",
	"stateProv": "Tamil Nadu",
	"city": "Chennai",
}
$ curl http://api.db-ip.com/v2/free/59.163.146.20/countryName
India

Computers/Internet/Web_Design_and_Development/Hosting[edit]

Hostsharing.net[edit]

Let me mention Hostsharing here, so I can search for it and find it also as such, not only as Hostsharing.net !

How to order more disk space?

my websites hosted by Hostsharing.net[edit]
issue: daily traffic exceeded[edit]
issue: "Neue PHP-Standard-Version"[edit]
issue: running out of disk-space[edit]

Computers/Multimedia/Music_and_Audio/MIDI[edit]

Computers/Multimedia/Music_and_Audio/Software/Mac_OS[edit]

Computers/Multimedia/Music_and_Audio/Software/Mac_OS : GarageBand[edit]

Computers/Open_Source/Open_Content/Encyclopedias/Wikipedia[edit]

de.wikipedia.org reasoning[edit]

changes like "Photographie" -> "Fotografie"[edit]

Kein Grund für Änderung/…, denn von Duden empfohlene Schreibung: Fotografie, jedoch auch alternative Schreibung: Photographie.

de.wikipedia.org weirdos[edit]

Computers/Open_Source/Software/Editors/Emacs[edit]

Computers/Programming/Languages[edit]

Computers/Programming/Languages/Ada[edit]

Computers/Programming/Languages/Java/Enterprise_Edition/JavaServer_Pages[edit]

Computers/Programming/Languages/JavaScript[edit]

superb tutorial with excellent online samples to exercise within your browser without any effort[edit]
How do the major players deal with JavaScript?[edit]
misc[edit]

Computers/Programming/Languages/Perl[edit]

My usual starting point before installing a CPAN module:

$ perlbrew switch stable
$ perlbrew install-cpanm # e.g. – never a bad idea
$ cpanm Date::Calc # e.g.
books[edit]
the Perl syntax tree[edit]
ipkg perl on Synology DSM enhanced by me[edit]
root@diskstation # ipkg install perl
root@diskstation # ipkg install perl-digest-sha1
root@diskstation # ipkg install perl-io-socket-ssl

root@diskstation # chown -R johayek.users /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl

$ rsync -va opensuse132:/usr/local/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.16.1/lib/site_perl/5.16.1/JSON*       /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl   
$ rsync -va opensuse132:/usr/local/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.16.1/lib/site_perl/5.16.1/Getopt      /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl
$ rsync -va opensuse132:/usr/local/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.16.1/lib/site_perl/5.16.1/Authen      /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl
$ rsync -va opensuse132:/usr/local/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.16.1/lib/site_perl/5.16.1/Net/XMPP*   /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl/Net
$ rsync -va opensuse132:/usr/local/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.16.1/lib/site_perl/5.16.1/XML/Stream* /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl/XML
$ rsync -va opensuse132:/usr/local/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.16.1/lib/site_perl/5.16.1/Digest      /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl       
$ rsync -va opensuse132:/usr/local/perlbrew/perls/perl-5.16.1/lib/site_perl/5.16.1/Data        /opt/lib/perl5/site_perl     
plenv[edit]
perlbrew[edit]
perlbrew for "ipkg" on Synology DSM5.2[edit]
$ ipkg install patch
$ ipkg install gcc
$ perlbrew available
$ perlbrew install   perl-5.20.2
# breaks because of missing cc
root@diskstation # cd /opt/bin && ln -s gcc cc
$ less /usr/local/perlbrew/build.perl-5.20.2.log

cc -fstack-protector -L/opt/lib -o miniperl \
    perlmini.o opmini.o miniperlmain.o   gv.o toke.o perly.o pad.o regcomp.o dump.o util.o mg.o reentr.o mro.o keywords.o hv.o av.o run.o pp_hot.o sv.o pp.o scope.o pp_ctl.o pp_sys.o doop.o doio.o regexec.o utf8.o taint.o deb.o universal.o globals.o perlio.o perlap
i.o numeric.o mathoms.o locale.o pp_pack.o pp_sort.o caretx.o   -lnsl -lgdbm -ldb -lc -lgdbm_compat 
pp.o: In function `Perl_pp_int':
pp.c:(.text+0x5e74): undefined reference to `floor'
pp.c:(.text+0x5ef3): undefined reference to `ceil'
pp.o: In function `Perl_pp_sin':
pp.c:(.text+0x6203): undefined reference to `sin'
pp.c:(.text+0x62b5): undefined reference to `sqrt'
pp.c:(.text+0x6320): undefined reference to `cos'
pp.c:(.text+0x633f): undefined reference to `log'
pp.c:(.text+0x6357): undefined reference to `exp'

$ perlbrew install   5.18.4
# same problem

Computers/Programming/Languages/PHP[edit]

Computers/Programming/Languages/PHP/Scripts/Content_Management[edit]

I want to try a few CMSs on my Synology NAS.

  • "Some" get provided by the NAS's Package Center,
  • "some" get provided through Docker.
Computers/Programming/Languages/PHP/Scripts/Content_Management/Drupal[edit]
Computers/Programming/Languages/PHP/Scripts/Content_Management/Joomla[edit]
Computers/Programming/Languages/PHP/Scripts/Content_Management/TYPO3[edit]
Computers/Internet/On_the_Web/Weblogs/Tools/Publishers/WordPress[edit]
some others[edit]
  • Contao
  • ProcessWire
  • Koken
  • Kirby

Computers/Programming/Languages/Python[edit]

virtual environments[edit]

Computers/Programming/Languages/Ruby[edit]

Computers/Security/Products_and_Tools/Password_Tools[edit]

This is about "password managers".

bitwarden[edit]

Zoho Vault[edit]

the password manager for Teams, Businesses, Enterprises.

KeePassXC[edit]

KeePass[edit]

for Synology NAS[edit]

Computers/Software : Docker[edit]

Computers/Software/Build_Management/Build_Manager_Tools[edit]

Computers/Software/Business/Small_Business : Lexware Quicken[edit]

Lexware FinanzManager formerly known as Lexware Quicken

Computers/Software/Configuration_Management/Tools : orchestration software[edit]

Computers/Software/Configuration_Management/Tools : orchestration software : Ansible[edit]

Computers/Software/Configuration_Management/Tools : orchestration software : Puppet[edit]

Computers/Software/Configuration_Management/Tools : version control software[edit]

  • Subversion

Computers/Software/Configuration_Management/Tools : version control software : CVS[edit]

  • CVS cookbook – versioning software used by certain customers

Computers/Software/Configuration_Management/Tools : version control software : Git[edit]

Computers/Software/Databases/Oracle[edit]

Computers/Software/Groupware/Wiki/Wiki_Engines[edit]

Wikipedia: citing books and web pages[edit]

templates for citing:

also useful:

MediaWiki installation on my NAS[edit]

  • /volume1/web/MediaWiki – this is where the NAS's package manager installed it itself first, but then I replaced it with an original MediaWiki one, only copied

MediaWiki installation at my web-space provider[edit]

Computers/Software/Internet[edit]

Computers/Software/Internet/Clients[edit]

Computers/Software/Internet/Clients/LDAP[edit]
Computers/Software/Internet/Clients/LDAP/Apache Directory Studio[edit]
Computers/Software/Internet/Clients/Mail[edit]
Computers/Software/Internet/Clients/Mail/Thunderbird[edit]
Computers/Software/Internet/Clients/Mail/Thunderbird/Add-ons[edit]
Computers/Software/Internet/Clients/Mail/Web-Based[edit]
Computers/Software/Internet/Clients/SSH[edit]

Computers/Software/Internet/Servers[edit]

Computers/Software/Internet/Servers/LDAP[edit]
Computers/Software/Internet/Servers/SSH[edit]

Computers/Software/Internet/Site_Management/Backup[edit]

Computers/Software/Internet/Site_Management/Backup : Borg[edit]

Computers/Software/Networking[edit]

  • computer network monitoring (empty for the time being – currently I like it better inline within the TOC itself a little further down)

Computers/Software/Networking/Remote_Access[edit]

Computers/Software/Networking/Remote_Access: X11 forwarding[edit]

SSH has X11 forwarding built in, but it's not compressive (enough).

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems[edit]

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Graphic_Subsystems/X11/Window_Managers[edit]

gnome[edit]

KDE[edit]
i3wm[edit]

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/*ix/Projects/System_Management/Package_Management[edit]

the Debian world[edit]
ipkg[edit]

The list of possible packages to install from the currently defined repositories can be obtained with:

$ ipkg list

To install a .ipkg package or to upgrade an existing package:

$ ipkg install ipkgFile

where ipkgFile is the name of the .ipk software package.

The list of installed packages can be obtained with:

$ ipkg list_installed

To remove an installed package:

$ ipkg remove packagename

To list the contents of an installed package:

$ ipkg files packagename

Which installed package provides a certain file?

$ ipkg search file
the Redhat world[edit]

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Linux[edit]

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Linux : systemd[edit]
systemd and the journal[edit]
# this is the code suggested by Lennart Poettering,
# but it does not work for me
# (complains improperly about $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR) :
$ journalctl --since=yesterday -p err
# but this works:
$ journalctl -b -p err
# and this, too:
$ journalctl --since=yesterday

So I guess, journalctl is a little buggy, but there are ways to cope with it – and there is no way around it.

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Linux/Distributions[edit]
BusyBox[edit]
busybox-w32 – BusyBox on Windows[edit]
openSUSE[edit]
SuSE Linux Enterprise Server[edit]
Debian[edit]

misc:

Synology DSM[edit]
Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Linux/Networking/Projects[edit]

(MediaWiki full text search seems to not look at URLs, so I need to add also the keywords themselves, even if … – that's why!)

poor man's monitoring: GKrellM[edit]
taking "poor man's monitoring" a little further[edit]
  • you may have quite a few servers to survey, so you also got quite a few front ends
  • you may find it a nuisance to start the front ends "again and again"
  • so you can just as well run the front ends within a VNC server, so the front ends can just run for the time being …
  • of course the VNC server may run itself within a VM
  • and you connect to the VNC server using a VNC viewer – on whatever platform (within your LAN)
network monitoring for my SOHO network on a Synology Diskstation[edit]
network monitoring for my SOHO network: running a high-class application within a VM[edit]

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Mac_OS/Mac_OS_X[edit]

$ sudo /usr/sbin/nvram boot-args="-v" # setting to verbose
$ sudo /usr/sbin/nvram boot-args # displaying the current value of the variable

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Unix[edit]

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Unix/Administration/Software : load monitoring etc[edit]
Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Unix/BSD/Darwin[edit]
Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Unix/Documentation[edit]
manual pages[edit]
Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Unix/Shell[edit]
books[edit]

Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Unix/Shell books

Computers/Software/Project_Management[edit]

Computers/Systems[edit]

Synology NAS servers and routers[edit]

$ for i in 00{0..4}; do echo -n "*** $i *** "; ssh -A diskstation$i /bin/uname -a; done
*** 000 *** Linux DiskStation000 2.6.32.12 #23824 SMP         Fri Sep  7 12:48:49 CST 2018 ppc      GNU/Linux synology_qoriq_213+
*** 001 *** Linux DiskStation001 2.6.32.12 #23824             Fri Sep  7 12:47:49 CST 2018 armv5tel GNU/Linux synology_88f6282_112+
*** 002 *** Linux DiskStation002 3.2.40    #23824             Fri Sep  7 12:48:01 CST 2018 armv7l   GNU/Linux synology_armada370_ds115j
*** 003 *** Linux DiskStation003 3.10.105  #23824 SMP         Tue Dec 25 18:26:34 CST 2018 x86_64   GNU/Linux synology_cedarview_713+
*** 004 *** Linux DiskStation004 4.4.59+   #23824 SMP PREEMPT Tue Feb 12 16:52:55 CST 2019 x86_64   GNU/Linux synology_apollolake_218+

$ for i in 00{0..4}; do echo -n "*** $i *** "; ssh -A diskstation$i fgrep MemTotal /proc/meminfo; done
*** 000 *** MemTotal:         514956 kB
*** 001 *** MemTotal:         511372 kB
*** 002 *** MemTotal:         247868 kB
*** 003 *** MemTotal:        1012300 kB
*** 004 *** MemTotal:        5925544 kB # Y-E-S!!! my baby!!!

$ ssh -A router.synology.com /bin/uname -a
            Linux SynologyRouter 3.6.11+   #5781 SMP Thu Dec 10 14:49:09 CST 2015 armv7l   GNU/Linux synology_northstarplus_rt1900ac
[2019-03-15 12:38:13] johayek@Hayek001 $ for i in 00{0..4}; do echo -e "\n\n*** $i ***\n"; ssh -A diskstation$i grep -i bogomips /proc/cpuinfo; done


*** 000 ***

bogomips	: 133.33
bogomips	: 133.33
total bogomips	: 266.66


*** 001 ***

BogoMIPS	: 1985.74


*** 002 ***

BogoMIPS	: 795.44


*** 003 ***

bogomips	: 4255.98
bogomips	: 4255.98
bogomips	: 4255.98
bogomips	: 4255.98


*** 004 ***

bogomips	: 3993.39
bogomips	: 3993.39

$ ssh -A router.synology.com grep -i bogomips /proc/cpuinfo; 
BogoMIPS        : 1993.93
BogoMIPS        : 1993.93
Synology NAS servers: without DSM Java Manager[edit]
# choose the "Power Architecture Linux - … - e500v2" entry!
# e.g. ejdk-8u6-fcs-b23-linux-ppc-e500v2-12_jun_2014.gz – actually a .tgz
# e.g. ejre-7u75-fcs-b13-linux-ppc-e500v2-headless-18_dec_2014.tar.gz – actually a .tgz

[2015-11-21 17:12:10] johayek@Hayek001 $ ssh -A diskstation000
=config.guessJHn,47: $config_unique=>{synology_qoriq_213+},$config_buildnumber=>{7135},$config_smallfixnumber=>{0} // ...
=.profile,123: ${config_guess}=>{ppc-synology-DSM6.0_7135_0} // ...
=.profile,163: $workgroup=>{hayek} // JHget_key_value workgroup /usr/syno/etc/smb.conf

[2015-11-21 17:12:17] johayek@DiskStation000 $ /usr/local/ejre1.7.0_45/bin/java -version
java version "1.7.0_45"
Java(TM) SE Embedded Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_45-b15, headless)
Java HotSpot(TM) Embedded Client VM (build 24.45-b08, mixed mode)
# choose the "ARMv5 Linux" entry!
# e.g. ejdk-8u65-linux-arm-sflt.tar.gz – actually a .tgz

[2015-11-21 17:14:20] johayek@Hayek001 $ ssh -A diskstation001
=config.guessJHn,47: $config_unique=>{synology_88f6282_112+},$config_buildnumber=>{7135},$config_smallfixnumber=>{0} // ...
=.profile,123: ${config_guess}=>{armv5tel-synology-DSM6.0_7135_0} // ...
=.profile,163: $workgroup=>{hayek} // JHget_key_value workgroup /usr/syno/etc/smb.conf

[2015-11-21 17:14:28] johayek@DiskStation001 $ /usr/local/ejre1.7.0_45/bin/java -version
java version "1.7.0_45"
Java(TM) SE Embedded Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_45-b15, headless)
Java HotSpot(TM) Embedded Client VM (build 24.45-b08, mixed mode)
Synology NAS servers: with DSM Java Manager[edit]

Use the DiskStation's "Java Manager"! It directs you properly.

# currently the suggest name is like this one:
#   jdk-XuXX-linux-arm-vfp-hflt.tar.gz
#   e.g. jdk-7u51-linux-arm-vfp-hflt.tar.gz

[2015-11-21 16:45:10] johayek@Hayek001 $ ssh -A diskstation002
=config.guessJHn,47: $config_unique=>{synology_armada370_ds115j},$config_buildnumber=>{7135},$config_smallfixnumber=>{0} // ...
=.profile,123: ${config_guess}=>{armv7l-synology-DSM6.0_7135_0} // ...
=.profile,163: $workgroup=>{hayek} // JHget_key_value workgroup /usr/syno/etc/smb.conf

[2015-11-21 16:45:17] johayek@DiskStation002 $ java -version
java version "1.7.0_60"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_60-b19)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 24.60-b09, mixed mode)

[2015-11-21 16:45:21] johayek@DiskStation002 $ type -a java  
java is /var/packages/JavaManager/target/Java/bin/java
java is /var/packages/JavaManager/target/Java/jre/bin/java
# currently the suggest name is like this one:
#   ...
#   e.g. jdk-7u80-linux-i586.tar.gz
#   e.g. jdk-7u80-linux-x64.tar.gz

[2015-11-21 16:47:21] johayek@Hayek001 $ ssh -A diskstation003
=config.guessJHn,47: $config_unique=>{synology_cedarview_713+},$config_buildnumber=>{7135},$config_smallfixnumber=>{0} // ...
=.profile,123: ${config_guess}=>{x86_64-synology-DSM6.0_7135_0} // ...
=.profile,163: $workgroup=>{hayek} // JHget_key_value workgroup /usr/syno/etc/smb.conf

[2015-11-21 16:47:29] johayek@DiskStation003 $ java -version
java version "1.7.0_75"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_75-b13)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 24.75-b04, mixed mode)

[2015-11-21 16:47:43] johayek@DiskStation003 $ type -a java   
java is /var/packages/JavaManager/target/Java/bin/java
java is /var/packages/JavaManager/target/Java/jre/bin/java
Synology NAS servers: the top models[edit]

Health[edit]

Health/Animal/Veterinary_Medicine/Veterinarians/Feline[edit]

Health/Conditions_and_Diseases[edit]

incontinence[edit]

urinary incontinence[edit]
fecal incontinence[edit]

News/Internet_Broadcasts/Audio[edit]

Regional/Europe/Germany/States[edit]

Berlin[edit]

Hamburg[edit]

Regional/Europe/Germany/Government/Embassies_and_Consulates/Foreign[edit]

Brasil[edit]

Israel[edit]

Berlin[edit]

München[edit]

Shopping/Music/Instruments/Keyboard[edit]

Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Languages/Natural[edit]

online translation of your words and sentences "from whatever language to whatever language" presented in whatever language[edit]

dictionaries (LANGUAGE-2-LANGUAGE, not just English-2-German)[edit]

Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Languages/Natural/Afro-Asiatic/Hebrew[edit]

Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Languages/Natural/Indo-European/Germanic/English[edit]

Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Languages/Natural/Indo-European/Germanic/German[edit]

Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Languages/Natural/Indo-European/Italic/Romance/Portuguese[edit]

Society/Issues/Human_Rights_and_Liberties/Advocacy_Organizations/Middle_East[edit]

B'Tselem[edit]

… is a Jerusalem-based non-profit organization whose stated goals are to document human rights violations in the Israeli-occupied territories, combat denial of the existence of such violations, and help to create a human rights culture in Israel. … . B'Tselem was founded on 3 February 1989. The name comes from Genesis 1:27, which states that all mankind was created "b'tselem elohim" (in the image of God), which the organization says is in line with the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights that all humans are equal in dignity and so deserve the same fundamental rights. …

Society/Relationships/Alternative_Lifestyles/Polyamory[edit]

World/Deutsch/Computer/Sicherheit/Datenschutz[edit]

GDPR AKA DSGVO[edit]

Beispiele und Kopiervorlagen[edit]

Wenn man >2018 in 'Schland eine ordentliche Website aufmachen will, die Daten von Kunden / Mitgliedern speichert, dann muss man sich um so etwas kümmern. Will man deswegen einen Juristen konsultieren oder Seminare besuchen? Will man sich aus dem Internet bedienen?

Hier also ein paar Beispiele:

World/Deutsch/Gesellschaft/Familienforschung/Familiennamen[edit]

  • Hayek
  • Kaindl
  • Wassermann

World/Deutsch/Gesellschaft/Familienforschung/Familiennamen : Wassermann[edit]

Wassermann ist ein jüdischer Nachname[edit]

T4[edit]

Ein Familienmitglied meiner Wassermann-Vorfahren wurden in der 1940-er Jahren im Rahmen der Aktion T4 ("Euthanasie") in Hadamar getötet.

World/Deutsch/Gesellschaft/Geschichte/Persönliche_Seiten[edit]

World/Deutsch/Gesellschaft/Politik[edit]

ist dies braun oder ist es nicht?[edit]

die deutsche Wikipedia-Gemeinde und die Verbrämung des christlichen Kreuzes als neutrales, genealogisches Symbol[edit]

Bemerkenswert ist wohl, dass die Verwendung des Kreuzes als genealogisches Symbol eine Eigenheit der Genealogie-Szene und der deutsche Wikipedia-Gemeinde ist. Was sagt das nun insbesondere über die deutsche Wikipedia aus?

Wer tut sich besonders als Kreuz-Verfechter hervor:

Für Deutschland gilt halt auch noch im Jahr 2010:

Der Schoß ist fruchtbar noch, aus dem das kroch.
das christliche Kreuz als genealogisches Symbol für den Todestag – muss das auch für Nicht-Christen und insbesondere "Juden" verwendet werden?[edit]

(Aus: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benutzer:Johayek#Judaica .)

Meine Güte, wo bin ich da hineingeraten?!!

Meiner Meinung nach gehört das Kreuzzeichen überhaupt durch den Begriff gestorben (oder eine Variation oder Abkürzung davon) ersetzt. Es gibt keinen zwingenden Grund, einer religiös und weltanschaulich sehr heterogenen Gesellschaft religiöse bzw. religiös anmutende Symbole aufzuoktroieren. Insbesondere betrachte ich es nach dem Holocaust etc als unpassend und unanständig, im jüdischen Kontext die Verwendung christlicher Symbole zu erzwingen.

Es scheint ein deutsches Alleinstellungsmerkmal zu sein, das Kreuzzeichen für das Todesdatum zu verwenden.

Ich erfuhr erst spät am 2015-04-29, dass es in der deutschen Wikipedia-Gemeinde die Erhebung eines sogenannten Meinungsbildes gab:

Ich wusste davon davor nichts. Ich werde diese Regelung (bzw. ihre zukünftige Praxis) beachten. Hätte ich früher von ihr gewusst, hätte ich das auch schon früher so ausgedrückt und passend gehandelt.

Ich würde allerdings gerne einen Kompromissvorschlag machen:

  • Geburtstag, Todestag und mögliche zugehörige nach wikidata packen und dann auch ausschließlich von dort beziehen
  • bei der Darstellung insbesondere des Todestages ein Makro bzw. einen Platzhalter verwenden
  • als Default für diesen Platzhalter, bitte, nicht das Kreuzzeichen verwenden! aber wer mag, kann ja gern auch das Kreuzzeichen verwenden. möglicherweise kann das in einer passenden Vorschlagsliste prominent gelistet werden

World/Deutsch/Gesellschaft/Religion_und_Spiritualität/Judentum[edit]

Bibel-Texte in verschiedenen Sprachen und Übersetzungen[edit]

World/Deutsch/Kultur/Literatur/Autoren_und_Autorinnen[edit]

World/Deutsch/Kultur/Musik/Genres/Jazz/Musiker[edit]

World/Deutsch/Medien/Fernsehen/Sendungen/Shows[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Freizeit/Clubs_und_Diskotheken[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Freizeit/Kinos[edit]

film festivals at Berlin[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Freizeit/Kinos – Freiluftkino[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Freizeit/ – Radwanderwege[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Kultur[edit]

HKW – Haus der Kulturen der Welt[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Kultur/Bildende_Kunst/Galerien[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Gastgewerbe/Essen_und_Trinken/Restaurants_und_Gasthäuser[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Kultur/Museen[edit]

Jüdisches Museum Berlin[edit]

2013[edit]
2014[edit]
2015[edit]
2016[edit]
2017[edit]
2018[edit]
2019[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Kultur/Museen/Bildende_Kunst[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Kultur/Musik/Konzert-_und_Opernhäuser[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Berlin/Kultur/Theater[edit]

Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Brandenburg/Städte_und_Gemeinden/P/Potsdam[edit]

Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Brandenburg/Städte_und_Gemeinden/P/Potsdam/Kultur : Kinos[edit]

Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Brandenburg/Städte_und_Gemeinden/P/Potsdam/Kultur : Museen[edit]

World/Deutsch/Regional/Europa/Deutschland/Staat/Botschaften_und_Konsulate/Ausländische[edit]

World/Deutsch/Sport/Radsport/Touren[edit]