It has been difficult accessing my home computer, with potentially a dynamically allocated IP address, from anywhere on the Internet after dyndns.org became a paid service. The following bash script made available by TheBelcherman on the GoDaddy Community forum simulates the functionality of dyndns.org by programmatically updating a DNS record that has GoDaddy as its […]
Quarantine and working from home because of COVID-19 has provided an opportunity for me to take up Japanese again. I studied Japanese for years in high school and college, but I was unable to consume media intended for a Japanese audience. I hope that I can practice reading Kanji with posts like these.
This is the first post in which I try to translate snippets of technology articles written in Japanese. I hope that I can provide translations for longer snippets as my Japanese language skills improve. The following snippet is from Let’s Manipulate the Raspberry Pi GPIO Ports Using C# by Ken Takae:
言えば、Windows 環境だけと 思われがちですが、.Net CoreをLinux環境にインストールすれば、C#で 開発したアプリケーションが 動作します。また、Raspberry Pi（ラズベリーパイ）でも、C#を 使ってIoT開発を 行うことができます。
Although when speaking of C# one tends to think about only the Windows environment, if .Net Core is installed in the Linux environment, applications developed in C# operate [in the Linux environment]. Moreover, even with a Raspberry Pi, it is possible to use C# and carry out IoT development.
～がち: a suffix to express an undesirable tendency in someone or something. Formed by Verb-masuがちだ or Nounがちだ.
Reference: Makino, Seiichi and Michio Tsutsui. A Dictionary of Intermediate Japanese Grammar. The Japan Times, 2001, pp. 47-50.
I was interested in forcing ssh to use IPv6 if the connection is available. I considered writing a bash script that would test connectivity and would invoke ssh with the appropriate command line arguments. After reviewing the ssh configuration file documentation, I determined it was possible to implement what I wanted without standalone scripts. I […]
The MIT License is presented below: Copyright <YEAR> <COPYRIGHT HOLDER> Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies […]