I'm sure you can think of a reason for a 3rd (external) lcd.
You must be a neat freak. Even the whiteboard is empty.
What kind of hardware is the OpenBSD server running on?
it's a crappy eeebox pc with two usb hard drives. it's just barely powerful enough to display the network monitor and do the background tasks of collecting stats and performing backups.
which software do you use as network monitor?
Thanks for sharing, is it always this tidy? ;)
Did you raise the screen ?
pugnacity, it's a custom network management system that i'm still working on.
z0mbix, it's never usually that tidy, but i had to clear off the desk for the monitor that i just picked up the other day, so i figured i'd take a picture.
benoitc, it's not raised, it's on the regular stand that comes with the cinema display. i was a bit worried that it wouldn't be high enough and that the macbook air was going to block part of it, but it works out fine when i'm standing at the desk.
Simple, and effective.
what for a nice sterile desktop place ;)
Cool!I would like to learn more how a network monitor that is used and so on. And do not plan if you're somewhere to lay out a set of scripts that are out there are used under license such as BSD.I just did not selenium progamirovanii just start doing it.However, OpenBSD is used on many machines as routers, I would also like to see the monitor in itself:).
so neat! right now thereÂ´s some breakfast leftovers on my desk. love tones and light!
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