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 ====== Cool Stories ====== ====== Cool Stories ======
 This page describes all the Cool Stories I have - they are the cool ideas that I have no time to implement. The idea is that when people read these ideas, they would say "Cool story, bro"​. ​ This page describes all the Cool Stories I have - they are the cool ideas that I have no time to implement. The idea is that when people read these ideas, they would say "Cool story, bro"​. ​
 +===== Projects that haven'​t really got started =====
 +  * [[OOBM on the cheap]]
 +  * [[GFW resistant tunneling tool]]
 +
  
 ===== OOBM on the cheap ===== ===== OOBM on the cheap =====
-Well, I run a server in China. I have managed to lose contact with the servers in numerous occasion, primarily due to my own stupidity. So I desperately need some sort of out-of-band management solution (OOBM). Primarily there are three ways to achieve this:  +Well, I run a server in China. I have managed to lose contact with the servers in numerous occasion, primarily due to my own stupidity. So I desperately need some sort of out-of-band management solution (OOBM). Primarily there are three ways to achieve this. I have listed them in the order of how easy it is to test then out.  
-  * Intel AMT 6.0+.  +  ​USB Serial adapter that gets activated at GRUB time / when kernel gets loaded. ​The serial console can be tested in a Virtualbox VM, by configuring a serial host pipe. However this approach does not test the driver complication - to investigate that, I would need to connect a USB serial adapter to the VM, another one to the physical machine. This can get a bit confusing quite quickly.  
-  ​* Raspberry Pi Zero W Virtual HID Keyboard + Skype +  - Raspberry Pi Zero W Virtual HID Keyboard + Skype. This idea requires the purchase of a new Raspberry Pi Zero W. I can't use the old Raspberry Pi Zero, as they have no network connectivity.  
-  * USB Serial adapter that gets activated at GRUB time / when kernel gets loaded. ​+  - Intel AMT 6.0+. This is probably the easiest but most expensive option. A cheap source would be old laptops, but then I cannot guarantee they have vPro, and even if they have vPro, I cannot guarantee that they are not permanently disabled.  
  
 ===== GFW resistant tunneling tools ===== ===== GFW resistant tunneling tools =====
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