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Software for Google Workspace
Smart Quotes Localizer
Replace American typographical (curly, curved, book or smart) quotation marks with their correct form based
on the document’s language, supports almost all languages supported by Google Docs.
Deutsche typographische Anführungszeichen in Google Docs.
Set A* Page Size
Easy way to configure the page size in Google Docs to any of the A sizes: 4A0, 2A0, A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, A9, A10 and also important DIN envelope sizes: DIN lang (DL), C4 C5, C6, C6/5.
Set Zebra Page Size
Easy way to configure the page size in Google Docs to any of the Zebra label printer sizes.
Google Docs does not support custom page sizes, with this addon you can set any of the Zebra page sizes. The height (page length) can be set between 1 inch and 13 inch. The width is always 4 inch / 10 cm, but you can toggle between portrait and landscape as well. The margin is set to 5 mm.
Turn an Ubuntu or Debian system into a web kiosk or dashboard. Supports both Raspberry Pi and Laptop/PC.
Rsync Backup Made Easy
My version of an rsync-with-hardlink script. Main features are RPM and DEB package, storage management (disk space & free inodes) management with automatic storage balancing between multiple hosts, multiple hosts supported, enterprise-compatible cron-job mode, email reports for errors, infos or verbose output.
Relax and Recover
Fully automated Linux bare-metal disaster recovery with integration into backup software. Create bootable rescue media that optionally also contains the backup data. This is a very mature Open Source project that is actively used in many data centers and also ships as part of many Linux distributions as well as SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension
ReaR is the standard solution for bare metal desaster rocovery for Linux.
Project Homepage: relax-and-recover.org
Business Continuity Visualization Toolkit
Map technical and business dependencies in a data center into a management compatible graphical representation that aids in budget decisions and sharpens the eye for outage scenarios. See the BCVT homepage for details, downloads and screenshots.
Lab Manager Light
LML is a glue framework to turn a VMware virtualization environment into a self-service provisioned cloud. Target audience is everybody who operates a VMware infrastructure and wants to stop dealing with user requests for new VMs, changed RAM etc. but rather have the users help themselves. Of course this should be wrapped so that nobody can harm the network or create incompatible machines.
YADT- An Augmented Deployment Tool
RPM-based deployment and configuration management for data centers. Use RPM packages for software and configurations management through storing configuration files and templating variables in a SVN. Manage multiple systems through understanding their interdependencies.
Project Homepage: yadt-project.org
Yum Repo Server
The yum-repo-server is a server that allows you to host and manage YUM repositories using a RESTful API. Packages are stored in a distributed object store and metadata generation is lightning fast.
LD_PRELOAD library to change the nodename reported by uname(2) and gethostname(2) calls to another value. Mostly used in chroot environments or similar. Nowadays one would rather use
docker run --hostname SOME-NAME.
Backup software to be used with VMware Infrastructure 3 or vSphere 4 and VMware Consolidated Backup. The purpose of easyVCB is to create a full image backup of (all) Virtual Machines in a farm of ESX 3/4 servers. To this effect easyVCB provides the backup logic and storage management missing with plain VCB as shipped by VMware. See the easyVCB homepage for details.
In the years before 2001, while working at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, I also wrote a lot of software for Novell Netware environments, Linux servers, and Windows desktops. All of that can be found at my HUJI archive.