install iwatch on debian iWatch is a realtime filesystem monitoring program. Its purpose is to monitor any changes in a specific directory or file and send email notification immediately after the change. This can be very useful to watch a sensible file or directory against any changes, like files /etc/passwd,/etc/shadow or directory /bin or to monitor the root… Continue reading install iwatch on debian

wget without checking certificate

–no-check-certificate Don’t check the server certificate against the available certificate authorities. Also don’t require the URL host name to match the common name presented by the certificate. As of Wget 1.10, the default is to verify the server’s certificate against the recognized certificate authorities, breaking the SSL handshake and aborting the download if the verification… Continue reading wget without checking certificate

sql server, find foreign keys associated with given primary key

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If you work with an unknown schema and try to investigate the relationships between primary and foreign keys, there is a great answer on stackoverflow originally posted by db2. SELECT AS FK_table, AS FK_column, AS FK_name, AS PK_table, AS PK_column, AS PK_name, fk.delete_referential_action_desc AS Delete_Action, fk.update_referential_action_desc AS Update_Action FROM… Continue reading sql server, find foreign keys associated with given primary key

embedding ftp client in your android app


Open your favorite IDE for android development and create a new project. Unless you choose to implement RFC 959 on your own, include a good ftp client library like this one If you already know how to include a jar in your android project, skip the following bullets. For android studio fans: copy-paste jar to libs folder of your project,… Continue reading embedding ftp client in your android app