Nice minimal setup for hostile environments :)
cd $HOME;sh <(wget -o /dev/null -qO- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/lucasmouilleron/Survival/master/ubuntu.sh)
An implementation of heartbeat monitoring.
serveris in charge of monitoring
serviceis considered dead, the
serviceis a pulsing agent
pulseis a sign of aliveness
server, it tells him when he will
pulseagain in the worst case
pulsedagain in time, the
serviceis no longer required, it must inform the
serverto avoid a false dead
Alertcan be a mail, a pushover message, etc.
pip install -r requirements.txt
config/config.json: main config (
cp config/sample.json config/config.json)
config/server.key: SSL certificate, used only if SSL activated
cd docker && tools/dockerBuild && tools/dockerRun
cd docker && tools/dockerBuild && tools/dockerRunDetached
pip install requests)
client.jsis a node module
browserify test.js -o bundle.jsand open
openssl req -x509 -sha256 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout server.key -out server.crt
Shity weather script to know if I can ride to work.
Uses forecast.io for weather data and freegeoip.net for IP geoloc.
config/locations.json(Geocode address : http://mygeoposition.com)
Characterisation of the population of beings of Riverworld.
Riverworld is a fictional planet and the setting for a series of sci-fi books written by Philip José Farmer.
Riverworld is an artificial environment where all humans (and pre-humans) ever born who died after reaching 5 years old are reconstructed.
Most of the resurrected awaken in a body equivalent to that of their 25 year old selves, in perfect health and free of any previous genetic or acquired defects.
A friend of mine made fun of the book concept and claimed half of the beings ressucitated would be prehistorical.
This project is proving him wrong.
pip install --upgrade pip
pip install -r requirements.txt --user
brew cask install wkhtmltopdf
apt-get install wkhtmltopdf
python riverworld.py min|max|avg|future
python riverworld.py min;python riverworld.py max;python riverworld.py avg;python riverworld.py future
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