Custom Router

라우터 OS

  • OPENWRT
  • DD-WRT
  • pfsense
  • VyOS
  • suricata

OpenWRT

https://openwrt.org/
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임베디드에 설치. 오래된 공유기 안쓰는거에 설치해서 사용
x86은 공식지원이 없다. uefi 지원은 별도 빌드 필요

DD-WRT

https://dd-wrt.com/
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pfsense

https://www.pfsense.org
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BIRD

https://bird.network.cz/
데탑

REF

Xpressengine3는 아직 미완성인가

SSIBAL 이거 돌아가는거 맞나?

composer install 하면 뭔가 경고가 엄청 뜬다. 의존성 오류가…?
보니까 composer.lock이 ignore가 되어있다.
php, composer 모두 정해진 버전을 써야할 것 같은데 알 길이 없다.
.lock, .phar 등등은 gitignore에 포함시키지 말아야 하는거 아닌가?

developement 환경은 왜 셋팅도 안 되어 있는건가
sqlite에 달아주던가 해야 데모 테스트도 해 보고 쓸지 말지 결정할텐데

Docker 공식 이미지를 제공을 안 하길래 만들어서 써볼까 했는데
제대 돌아가질 않는다.
docker에서 terminal install을 하는경우 디비가 이미 생성 돼 있으면 넘어가주거나 하면 좋을텐데 에러를 토해낸다.
그럼 웹 설치만 해야되겠군…
latest.zip를 받아서 다시 만들었는데 localhost/만 접속이 되고 localhost/auth .. 등등 다른페이지가 안뜬다. 뭔가 손이 많이 간다.

config쪽이랑 installer env 네이밍이 너무 제각각사용된다. 그리고.xe_install_config.yml은 환경변수를 받지 않아서 꼭 파일을 넣어줘야 하는 것 같다.

redis를 넣어줬더니 predis가 필요하다고 한다.
다이내믹하게 설치가 되는건 아닌가본데… 그럼 서버 실행전에 composer install을 해 줘야한다는건데…

기능개발보다 안정화를 먼저 해야 사용자층을 넓힐 수 있지 않을까
며칠 보다보니 고쳐서 쓸 수는 있을 것 같은데 계속 이런상태일 것 같아서 고민이다.

그냥 안쓰는게 나을 것 같다.
wordpress, joomla 등등의 대안이 있으니까
이정도로 불안정한 플랫폼으로 서비스를 만드느니 새로 만드는게 나을 것 같다.

오픈소스 비지니스: 고객을 일하게 하라

목차

  1. 일하지 말고 일하게 하라
    1. 고객은 최고의 전문가
      그들을 활용하라 오픈소스 고객은 그 분야의 전문가다
    2. 고객을 전문가로 만들리
      전문가가 아닌 고객도 전문가가 될 수 있도록 교육자료를 제공하라
      그들은 우리의 제품을 더욱 향상시켜 줄 것이다
  2. 알아서 고치게 하라
    1. 고객들에게 스스로 고쳐 쓰고 방법을 공유하도록 만들라
  3. 고객은 최고의 노예다
  4. 일하지 않으면서 일하는 척 하라
    1. 고객은 서로 일을 해준다
    2. 다른 고객에게 우리(다른고객)의 업적을 전달하라
  5. 에필로그
    1. ㅇㅇ

목차만 봐도 지리겠다
돈버는 책이나 성공하는 책같은 제목과 소제목
두꺼운 똥소리만 잔뜩 집어넣으면 쓰레기같이 잘 팔리는 책 한권 나올 것 같다.

개발 조무사라면 꼭 봐야하는 책

암호화폐 거래소 프로젝트

오픈소스 프로젝트

  • peatio
    https://rubykube.io/#
    https://github.com/openware/peatio
    https://github.com/rubykube/peatio-trading-ui
    https://github.com/rubykube/peatio-react
    https://github.com/peatio/helm-charts
  • CoreCX
    https://bitbucket.org/account/user/margincallio/projects/MRGC
  • WLOX
    https://github.com/wlox/wlox/
  • bitex
    https://github.com/blinktrade/bitex
  • viabtc
    https://github.com/viabtc/viabtc_exchange_server
  • OpenDAX
    https://github.com/openware/opendax

상용 프로젝트

프로젝트별 특징

Peatio

개발언어: RubyOnRails
데이터 저장소: Mysql

[만들거]이벤트 트리거 – 리눅스(우분투) 프로그램

이벤트 캣치해서 트리거 발생해서 뭔가 실행시켜주는 서비스.

를 만들 수 있을지 검토를 해 봐야겠다

만들어놓은게 있는지 찾아보고

c,c++이용 커널과 os에서 이벤트 잡아내고

lua스크립트로 실행

다음에 찾아봐야겠다. 비슷한거 있을 것 같은데…

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