Archive for appengine

[tux-install] yum-my ~ get your public yum-repo rolling on Google AppEngine

Posted in AbhishekKr, install-on-linux with tags , , , , , , , , , , on November 19, 2013 by abhishekkr [25/Aug/2013]

Wanna get your public yum repository rolling,

Get started by cloning boilerplate code…

$ git clone

$ cd gae-flat-web
$ mkdir -p yummy/<distro><releasever>/<basearch>

$ cp <all_my_rpms_of__distro_releasever_basearch> yummy/<distro><releasever>/<basearch>

$ createrepo yummy/<distro><releasever>/<basearch>/

now, place a file ‘flat_web/yum-my-el6<or-whichever>.repo’ with content


and can link this file on your ‘flat_web/index.htm’ homepage to host: $ google_appengine/ update <yum-my_path>

have a look at my repo code @

For demo, here is the one I’m hosting

…source blogpost here

[just.few.tuts] how to host your public YUM (or any) repo on GoogleAppEngine

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on August 21, 2012 by abhishekkr [17/July/2012]

came up with is:
it’s nothing fascinating but just a re-mixed usage of project created from gae-flat-web.
you can access base skeleton of this re-mixed gae-yum-my (the easy way to host your yum repo online) at which also has rpm served for gae-flat-web.
now to see how you could get one too~

First Task, register a new portal


… here to read full post

[hackersmag] User Authentication @GAE; Hacking Philosophy AND WebHoudini un-short URLs for safety

Posted in Blogroll, security with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 22, 2011 by abhishekkr

@ [30/June/2011]

User Authentication & Authorization [AT] Google AppEngine

…..It was all working fine & secured until I added some static-content using static_dirand tried securing it’s url using the same tactic.
But, there was a thing about ‘static_dir’ which I investigated after my supposed-to-be secure static_dir’s content was all publicly available if someone could……

… here to read in detail


@ [/July/2011]

[Eden Guide to Hacking] ‘Hacking Philosophy’ ~ from Rig Veda and Sun Tzu’s Art of War

This is a part of “Eden Guide to Hacking” which is my writing attempt for a quick to read, broadway guide to HACKING ~ for anyone to have grasp of important concepts and skills which makes up the knowledge base of a hacker.
W.I.P. @

… here to read in detail


@ [11/August/2011]

howto check for safety of Shorten URLs before opening them in your browsers

…..[] from your shell
$ curl –head -L http://short.en/url | grep Location:
so, place the short url to be checked in place of …..
…..[] from the web-app
At this portal paste in the link in Short URL…..

… here to read in detail