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3583d103Lazy client part III
In my ongoing effort to make my lazy client work I've embarked on the next phase of the project: Making a client boot from a generic NFS mounted root partition and then giving it its own /etc on a ramdisk. This way I'm...
3592d15CFengine: input file had no explicit version string
while playing with cfengine I kept seeing these messages: Cfengine input file had no explicit version string Well, I greped in the source of cfengine and this has helped me find the solution, in the file install.c we...
3593d201CFengine: input file had no explicit version string
while playing with cfengine I kept seeing these messages: Cfengine input file had no explicit version string Well, I grep ed in the source of cfengine and this has helped me find the solution, in the file install.c we...
3593d113CFengine: input file had no explicit version string
while playing with cfengine I kept seeing these messages: Cfengine input file had no explicit version string Well, I grep ed in the source of cfengine and this has helped me find the solution, in the file install.c we...
3606d17Lazy client, part II
I want to quiet, full blown PC, without fans nor a harddisk in my living room. See my other blog about this subject Currently I m thinking about the following setup: NFS4 root some sort of configuration management I...
3606d185Lazy client, part II
I want to quiet, full blown PC, without fans nor a harddisk in my living room. See my other blog about this subject Currently I'm thinking about the following setup: NFS4 root some sort of configuration management I...
3606d112Lazy client, part II
I want to quiet, full blown PC, without fans nor a harddisk in my living room. See my other blog about this subject Currently I'm thinking about the following setup: NFS4 root some sort of configuration management I...
3620d19Bash loadable modules
Or how to create new builtins for use in bash. Short answer: you can, but it is not enabled by default (at least on my distribution, Ubuntu) This is also something that is done much better in zsh. Why do want this?...
3620d203Bash loadable modules
Or how to create new builtins for use in bash . Short answer: you can, but it is not enabled by default (at least on my distribution, Ubuntu) This is also something that is done much better in zsh . Why do want this?...
3620d113Bash loadable modules
Or how to create new builtins for use in bash . Short answer: you can, but it is not enabled by default (at least on my distribution, Ubuntu) This is also something that is done much better in zsh . Why do want this?...
3638d15Older (DNSSEC) presentations
Some older presentations I have given can be found here. The all deal with DNSSEC - note that most of them have been written a few years ago.
3638d195Older (DNSSEC) presentations
Some older presentations I have given can be found here . The all deal with DNSSEC - note that most of them have been written a few years ago.
3638d103Older (DNSSEC) presentations
Some older presentations I have given can be found here . The all deal with DNSSEC - note that most of them have been written a few years ago.
3643d15Slowly changing the background in XFCE
Google is always helpful of course, so I ve found this blog entry on how to set the background in xfce. It boils down to setting a jpg in XFCE s backdrops.list and then reloading xfdesktop. Crude, but it works. This can...
3643d209Slowly changing the background in XFCE
Google is always helpful of course, so I've found this blog entry on how to set the background in xfce . It boils down to setting a jpg in XFCE's backdrops.list and then reloading xfdesktop . Crude, but it works....
3643d105Slowly changing the background in XFCE
Google is always helpful of course, so I've found this blog entry on how to set the background in xfce . It boils down to setting a jpg in XFCE's backdrops.list and then reloading xfdesktop . Crude, but it works....
3651d12The file system I want
Working on backup programs for almost a decade now, I ve had plenty of time to think about file system wrt backups. Basically I want the following properties in a file system online snapshots in a .snapshots directory...
3651d199The file system I want
Working on backup programs for almost a decade now, I've had plenty of time to think about file system wrt backups. Basically I want the following properties in a file system online snapshots in a .snapshots directory...
3651d109The file system I want
Working on backup programs for almost a decade now, I've had plenty of time to think about file system wrt backups. Basically I want the following properties in a file system online snapshots in a .snapshots directory...
3653d415Blackholing Unwanted Sites in Google
If you re anything like me, you use Google dozens — sometimes hundreds — of times a day.  While Google s Search Quality Group is preternaturally good at keeping the search results relevant, a few sites pop up regularly...
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