WebP: Convert image assets in bulk. The easy way.

WebP is an image format based on VP8, it supports lossless and lossy compression. Its very useful to keep image sizes low on asset heavy websites, improving load times. Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebP Below is a bash script that is meant to be executed on the root of your static directory, it will convert all .jpg, .jpeg and .png image assets to .webp within the same and sub directories. Cwebp Tool: https://www.
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Disable captive portal phoning home on Android

What are we talking about? Android tries to send the packages over ‘http://clients3.google.com’ and if the answer is successfully you get an HTTP Response-Code 204 (the answer is correct but it doesn’t contain any data). Basically the IP and a timestamp will be transmitted. Some of the domains used by Google to check for internet connection for Android. http://clients1.google.com/ http://clients3.google.com http://connectivitycheck.gstatic.com http://connectivitycheck.android.com and other domains used for this purpose by Google.
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Build LineageOS with Docker CI/CD. The easy way.

Image by LineageOS. I have been building my own lineage images for a while but, I have to say this is by far the simplest method. Sit down and eat, no cleaning up the kitchen. This is a quick guide for building lineage with the lineageos4microg/docker-lineage-cicd docker container. Why? Cross platform, docker runs almost anywhere. So if you are stuck on windows, no need to boot up a VM and potentially lose on performance.
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Get SSH login notification on Telegram - Updated

Description: A simple shell script that executes automatically once a ssh user logs into a server with SSH. The script sends a telegram message to a user of your choice. It also has features to identify the user who has just logged in. The script reports the following: Date and time. Username used to gain ssh login. The IP address of the user trying to login. The AS code of the User trying to login.
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Get SSH login notification on Signal

Description: A simple shell script that executes automatically once a ssh user logs into a server with SSH. The script sends a Signal encrypted message to a phone number of your choice. It also has features to identify the user who has just logged in. The script reports the following: Date and time. Username used to gain ssh login. The IP address of the user trying to login. The AS code of the User trying to login.
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