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Archive for December 3rd, 2018

Getting rid of trailing line-endings in the draw.io web interface

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/03

One of the things that bugged me for a long time is that every now and then for some shapes, when editing their text, the draw.io web interface puts in trailing line feeds after the text, messing up layout.

The easiest way to work around it is by searching inside the diagram XML for
"
, then replacing that with a ".

(the above code got screwed by WordPress.com saving it, so the search is in this small gist below)

This behaviour is intermittent on the drawio MacOS desktop app.

–jeroen

 

Posted in Cloud Apps, Development, draw.io, Encoding, Internet, Power User, Software Development, Unicode | Leave a Comment »

How to configure pfSense as multi wan (DUAL WAN) load balance failover router – nixCraft

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/03

This will come in useful one day:

Notes for monitoring at [WayBackMulti-WAN – PFSenseDocs: Gateway Groups

  • monitoring packet loss on ADSL is cumbersome depending on the ADSL distance
  • member down is the easiest to monitor, but on fiber can fail to detect packet loss (the connection seems online, but in fact doesn’t provide traffic)

–jeroen

Posted in Internet, pfSense, Power User, Routers | Leave a Comment »

8 Linux Commands: To Find Out Wireless Network Speed, Signal Strength And Other Information – nixCraft

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/03

[WayBack8 Linux Commands: To Find Out Wireless Network Speed, Signal Strength And Other Information – nixCraft:

Explains various Linux tools and command that can be used to monitor application for wireless network devices. These tools can display wireless single strength (levels), frequencies, speed and much more.

That will prove to be useful one day.

–jeroen

via:

[WayBack] Want to monitor a wireless network on Linux? Try these eight tools. – nixCraft – Google+

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