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Blog posts tagged "linux"
October 16, 2006⇒ Boston LUG: Enterprise-Class Virtualization with Open Source Technologies.
If i was in Boston I’d so be there. (via)0. (Aside boston, event, linux)
August 4, 2006⇒ Ubuntu – Sources.list generator.
generate an ubuntu sources.list based on arch, distro and location.0. (Aside linux, ubuntu)
April 17, 2006⇒ man.splitbrain.org – web interface to 45k+ Unix man pages. 0. (Aside community, documentation, linux, reference, unix)
November 15, 2005⇒ RPMs of MagpieRSS 0.72.
built on Fedora Core 3, also works on FC10. (Aside linux, magpie)
November 9, 2005⇒ The Penguin flys Song.
consumer facing embedded systems using Linux. No word on whether you can get a shell0. (Aside linux)
It can play games. It can play your Movies. It can play your music. It can view photos. It can read Ebooks. It runs on just 2 AA batteries
Only question is expandability? Can I add a wireless card, a pigtail, and maybe a GSM module?
In other news, I’m off to VON today.
Additionally we’ve got a patch to postfix that anonymizes SMTP header lines that are sent through over a SASL authenticated SMTP connection. This is unnecessary information added for no apparant reason by Postfix, and we dont think its a nice thing to do to let everyone know what your home DSL connection is.
Nice! That was one of the few features about me Postfix which really bugged me. More info on imc-tech
March 16, 2005⇒ Compiling mplayer and LAME on Debian/Sarge.
Presumably there are decent debs for these somewhere, but where?0. (Aside c@ts, debian, linux, mp3, sarge)
February 8, 2005⇒ Currently reading “Linux Server Security, 2nd Edition”.
On Safari0. (Aside linux, security)
December 8, 2004⇒ Dell Calls For Red Hat To Lower Prices.
I recently came face to face with RHEL and was shocked at the cost + out of dateness.0. (Aside corporation, debian, linux, redhat)
Currently only available as debs, but presumably source downloads will be added.
A part of the protest.net’s recent move to a new server, we’ve moved towards less custom compiled packages, and a more standard Debian install. One of those changes was that apache no longer runs as the user ‘apache’, but rather as ‘www-data’. Well and fine, except Wifimug is using rcs to provide versioning, and every file is strictly locked by the user apache, who no longer exists. What to do?
First mass unlock all the files with:
sudo rcs -u *,v
Then mass re-lock with:
sudo -u www-data rcs -l *,v
Hat tip to Nat for pointing out the problem.
October 6, 2004⇒ Free text editors for the rest of us.
Almost all of these run to varying degrees on OS X, including my long time favorite Nedit.0. (Aside linux, opensource, osx)
October 2, 2004⇒ Wanted: Linux SysAdmin who wants positive social change in the world.
Looking for short/long term sysadmin help at Groundspring0. (Aside groundspring, job, linux, sysadmin)
August 4, 2004⇒ Soekris: “compact, low-power, low-cost, advanced communication computer” from Santa Cruz.
We’re thinking about using this as a bandwidth shaper for the Riseup colo0. (Aside hardware, linux, santacruz)
May 19, 2004⇒ System recovery with Knoppix.
I’d use a rescue floppy, but I can’t find anyone with a working floppy drive.0. (Aside disaster, knoppix, linux)
May 5, 2004⇒ Why Schools Will Move to Linux.
Schools, government, nonprofits and others dedicated to service are going to embrace open source.0. (Aside linux, opensource)
April 13, 2004⇒ Evolution now supports webcal://.
Presumably that means at least subscribe via HTTP/WebDAV and maybe publish. This rocks!0. (Aside calendaring, icalendar, linux)
April 6, 2004⇒ Postfix SMTP AUTH (and TLS) HOWTO.
Setup Postfix with TLS and SASL0. (Aside linux, postfix)