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# enable new Quad9 (9.9.9.9) DNS and DNSSEC service 
# in Ubuntu 17.10 64-bit using a bash shell script
sudo apt purge unbound
LogTime=$(date '+%Y-%m-%d_%Hh%Mm%Ss')
cp /etc/resolv.conf $HOME/resolv.conf_$LogTime
cp /etc/nsswitch.conf $HOME/nsswitch.conf_$LogTime
cp /etc/systemd/resolved.conf $HOME/resolved.conf_$LogTime

sudo service resolvconf stop
sudo update-rc.d resolvconf remove
cp /etc/resolv.conf /tmp/resolv.conf
grep -v nameserver /tmp/resolv.conf > /tmp/resolv.conf.1
echo 'nameserver 9.9.9.9' >> /tmp/resolv.conf.1
sudo cp /tmp/resolv.conf.1 /etc/resolv.conf
sudo service resolvconf start

# enable systemd caching DNS resolver
rm /tmp/nsswitch.conf
rm /tmp/nsswitch.conf.1
cp /etc/nsswitch.conf /tmp/nsswitch.conf
grep -v hosts /tmp/nsswitch.conf > /tmp/nsswitch.conf.1
# dns must be mentioned in next line, or else wget does not work
echo 'hosts: files mdns4_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] resolv dns myhostname mymachines' >> /tmp/nsswitch.conf.1
sudo cp /tmp/nsswitch.conf.1 /etc/nsswitch.conf

# set DNS server to 9.9.9.9
rm /tmp/resolved.conf
rm /tmp/resolved.conf.1
cp /etc/systemd/resolved.conf /tmp/resolved.conf
grep -v DNS /tmp/resolved.conf > /tmp/resolved.conf.1
# enable new Quad9 (9.9.9.9) DNS and DNSSEC service
# https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2017/11/new-quad9-dns-service-blocks-malicious-domains-for-everyone/
echo 'DNS=9.9.9.9' >> /tmp/resolved.conf.1
echo 'DNSSEC=yes' >> /tmp/resolved.conf.1
sudo cp /tmp/resolved.conf.1 /etc/systemd/resolved.conf
sudo systemd-resolve --flush-caches
sudo systemctl restart systemd-resolved
sudo systemd-resolve --flush-caches
sudo systemd-resolve --status

# It is probably also necessary to manually set
# the DNS server to 9.9.9.9 in the router's configuration
# and in the NetworkManager GUI

# test DNSSEC validation using dig command-line tool and using DNS server 9.9.9.9:
# see: https://docs.menandmice.com/display/MM/How+to+test+DNSSEC+validation
dig pir.org +dnssec +multi
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# .R script showing capabilities of sparklyr R package
# Prerequisites before running this R script: 
# Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS 64-bit, r-base (version 3.4.1 or newer), 
# RStudio 64-bit version, libssl-dev, libcurl4-openssl-dev, libxml2-dev
install.packages("httr")
install.packages("xml2")
# New features in sparklyr 0.6:
# https://blog.rstudio.com/2017/07/31/sparklyr-0-6/
install.packages("sparklyr")
install.packages("dplyr")
install.packages("ggplot2")
install.packages("tidyr")
library(sparklyr)
library(dplyr)
library(ggplot2)
library(tidyr)
set.seed(100)
# sparklyr cheat sheet: https://github.com/rstudio/cheatsheets/raw/master/source/pdfs/sparklyr.pdf
# dplyr+tidyr: https://www.rstudio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/data-wrangling-cheatsheet.pdf
# sparklyr currently (2017-08-19) only supports Apache Spark version 2.2.0 or older
# Install Spark locally:
sc_version <- "2.2.0"
spark_install(sc_version)
config <- spark_config()
# number of CPU cores to use:
config$spark.executor.cores <- 6
# amount of RAM to use for Apache Spark executors:
config$spark.executor.memory <- "4G"
# Connect to local version:
sc <- spark_connect (master = "local",
 config = config, version = sc_version)
# Copy data to Spark memory:
import_iris <- sdf_copy_to(sc, iris, "spark_iris", overwrite = TRUE) 
# partition data:
partition_iris <- sdf_partition(import_iris,training=0.5, testing=0.5) 
# Create a hive metadata for each partition:
sdf_register(partition_iris,c("spark_iris_training","spark_iris_test")) 
# Create reference to training data in Spark table
tidy_iris <- tbl(sc,"spark_iris_training") %>% select(Species, Petal_Length, Petal_Width) 
# Spark ML Decision Tree Model
model_iris <- tidy_iris %>% ml_decision_tree(response="Species", features=c("Petal_Length","Petal_Width")) 
# Create reference to test data in Spark table
test_iris <- tbl(sc,"spark_iris_test") 
# Bring predictions data back into R memory for plotting:
pred_iris <- sdf_predict(model_iris, test_iris) %>% collect
pred_iris %>%
 inner_join(data.frame(prediction=0:2,
 lab=model_iris$model.parameters$labels)) %>%
 ggplot(aes(Petal_Length, Petal_Width, col=lab)) +
 geom_point() 
spark_disconnect(sc)
# how to compile and install newest version of 
# proftpd 
# in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64-bit:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install checkinstall build-essential
sudo apt-get build-dep proftpd-dfsg proftpd-basic 
sudo apt-get purge proftpd-basic
cd
sudo rm -rf proftpd
git clone https://github.com/proftpd/proftpd
cd proftpd
sudo ./configure
sudo make clean
sudo make
sudo checkinstall
# type 3 and hit  to enter 1.3.5b as the software version
apt-cache show proftpd
# Terminal output of 'apt-cache show proftpd' should be similar to this:
# Package: proftpd
# Status: install ok installed
# Priority: extra
# Section: checkinstall
# Installed-Size: 8492
# Maintainer: root
# Architecture: amd64
# Version: 1.3.5b-1
# Provides: proftpd
# Description: Package created with checkinstall 1.6.2
# Description-md5: 556b8d22567101c7733f37ce6557412e
# how to compile and install newest version of 
# picocom (Minimal dumb-terminal emulation program) 
# in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64-bit:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install checkinstall build-essential
sudo apt-get build-dep picocom
sudo apt-get purge picocom
cd
sudo rm -rf picocom
git clone https://github.com/npat-efault/picocom
cd picocom
sudo make clean
sudo make
sudo cp picocom /usr/bin
picocom --help |head -n 2
# the previous command should show picocom version 2.3a or higher
# How to fix SSL "certificate verify failed" error making it impossible to pull data from 'https://rubygems.org/ in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64-bit# 
# This bash script will make it possible to use the "sudo gem install <package>" command
# For example: sudo gem install tenancy   will work after running this script
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ruby
sudo update-ca-certificates
sudo gem sources -r https://rubygems.org/
sudo gem sources -a http://rubygems.org/
sudo gem update --system
sudo gem sources -r http://rubygems.org/
sudo gem sources -a https://rubygems.org/
sudo gem install tenancy
# Livestreamer Twitch GUI - A multi platform Twitch.tv browser for Livestreamer
# bash install script
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install livestreamer x11-utils xdg-utils git
cd
sudo rm -rf livestreamer-twitch-gui
git clone https://github.com/bastimeyer/livestreamer-twitch-gui.git
cd livestreamer-twitch-gui/
sudo npm install -g grunt bower grunt-cli
npm install qunit phantomjs
npm update
bower install
grunt release
grunt
# the grunt command replaces the use of the following command:
# ~/livestreamer-twitch-gui/build/releases/livestreamer-twitch-gui/linux64/livestreamer-twitch-gui
# How to compile and install ChucK Music Programming Language (http://chuck.stanford.edu/) from source code (via Github) in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64-bit:
cd
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get purge chuck
sudo apt-get install pulseaudio aptitude curl cmake git checkinstall build-essential  git-core
sudo apt-get build-dep chuck
sudo rm -rf chuck
git clone https://github.com/ccrma/chuck.git
cd ~/chuck/src
sudo make linux-alsa
sudo checkinstall
# during the checkinstall process, press 2 to change the name from "src" to "chuck"
apt-cache show chuck
# Terminal output should look like this:
# Package: chuck
# Status: install ok installed
# Priority: extra
# Section: checkinstall
# Installed-Size: 2104
# Maintainer: root
# Architecture: amd64
# Version: 20160612-1
# Provides: src
# Description: Package created with checkinstall 1.6.2
# Description-md5: 556b8d22567101c7733f37ce6557412e