howto connect a netbook and a mobile to use it as moden

Author: Stephan  |  Category: Linux, Netbook, Netzwerk

Bluetooth must be activated on the mobile and the netbook.
First we search for the mobile
hcitool scan
It had to look like this.
FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF Komunikator

To use it more simple . we put it into /etc/bluetooth/rfcomm.conf

rfcomm0 {
# Automatically bind the device at startup
bind yes;
# # Bluetooth address of the device
device FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF;
# # RFCOMM channel for the connection
channel 1;
comment "Handy";
}

then we can connect with
rfcomm connect 0

To setup the PPP connection I used the gnome-ppp. The way through the menu was system => settings => network settings.
There you should find a point “mobile internet”. For me it worked with the default settings.
You find your setting in

~/.gconf/system/networking/connections/

and the correct connection number.

my new netbook

Author: Stephan  |  Category: Netbook

I’ll have it since December but , i want to talk about my new netbook . Its a samsung NC10
DSC00041
As OS I an used UNR – Ubuntu Netbook remix. Some projects I want to realize : using it with my mobile for internet , navigation ( gpsd ) and others thing.

Nagios is checking the weather

Author: Stephan  |  Category: Linux, Nagios, Sonstiges

One of the more humorous uses of nagios is the possibility to check the weather.
This is the use of the plugin check_weather
nagiosplugins.org
Then you have to register at weather.com to use the webservice and get a userid and a license.
The userid and the license hat to put into check_weather.pl

my $weather = Weather::Com::Simple->new(
partner_id => "my ID",
license => "myLicense",

The result

/server/nagios/libexec > ./check_weather.pl -l neu-ulm
WEATHER OK - Temperature -11 degrees celsius at Neu-Ulm, Germany | celsius=-11;;