Monthly Archives: May 2014

Word lens – The real time translation app for Android and IOS is now free!

Word lens is not really Linux, or hardware related. But i’m sure every tech geek will love this.

What is World lens

Word lens is an app that can translate text from signs, papers or similar through the phones camera. I think it would be simpler to just show you their official video:

The app is not perfect, and if you try to translate something on a computer screen, it will “flicker” a bit. But it’s a nice and useful tools to have in your pocket when you are travelling or just visit another country, specially because it will work without any internet connection!
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Find all HP ILO interfaces on a subnet in Linux

By default, HP’s ILO interfaces are set to DHCP.
Yes you could go into your router to see which DHCP lease it got, but here is a much more easy solution that you can use anywhere, even though you don’t have access to the router/DHCP server.


You don’t need much. What you need on your Linux computer for this to work is:

  • sudo (You only need this if you are not logged in as root)
  • nmap

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