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Lenny Play Machine Online

As Debian/Lenny has been released and the temperatures in my part of the world are no longer insanely hot I have put my SE Linux Play Machine [1] online again. It is running Debian/Lenny and is a Xen DomU on a Debian/Lenny Dom0.

To get this working I had to make a few more fixes to the SE Linux policy and will update my Lenny repository (as mentioned in my document on installing SE Linux on Lenny [2]) in the near future.

I have reformatted most of the text from the thanks.txt file on my Play Machine and put is online on my documents blog [3]. I have also graphed the logins to my Play Machine using Webalizer [4] with 1KB transfer in the graph meaning one minute of login time. Below is the Perl code I used to convert the output of “last -i” to what looks like an Apache log file, the program takes a single command-line parameter which indicates the year that the data is from (which is not included in last output) and takes the output of “last -i” on standard input and gives a web log on standard output.

#!/usr/bin/perl

my @output;

while(<STDIN>)
{
  if(not $_ =~ /^root.*pts/)
  {
    next;
  }
  $_ =~ s/  +/ /g;
  $_ =~ s/^root pts.[0-9]+ //;
  chomp $_;
  my @arr = split(' ', $_);
  my $url = "/";
  if($arr[6] =~ /crash/)
  {
    $url = "/crash";
  }
  my $t = $arr[7];
  $t =~ s/[()]//g;
  my @times = split(':', $t);
  if($times[0] =~ /\+/)
  {
    my @hours = split('\+', $times[0]);
    $t = $hours[0] * 24 * 60 + $hours[1] * 60 + $times[1];
  }
  else
  {
    $t = $times[0] * 60 + $times[1];
  }
  $t *= 1024;
  if($t == 0)
  {
    $t = 1;
  }
  if(length($arr[3]) == 1)
  {
    $arr[3] = "0" . $arr[3];
  }
  $output[$#output + 1] = "$arr[0] – - [$arr[3]/$arr[2]/$ARGV[0]:$arr[4]:00 +0000] \"GET $url HTTP/1.0\" 200 $t \"-\"\n";
}

my $i;
for($i = $#output; $i > -1; $i--)
{
  print $output[$i];
}

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