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3701d130updated gitvi script
The script in using git and vi together was a little bit borked, as too many git repo's were created. Hence a new and improved version. This one will look up the directory tree to spot an existing git repository - is...
3701d36updated gitvi script
The script in using git and vi together was a little bit borked, as too many git repo s were created. Hence a new and improved version. This one will look up the directory tree to spot an existing git repository - is...
3704d244Using GIT and VI together
A long while back I used vi together with rcs to manage files in /etc . This worked, but I found rcs to be clunky. So welcome to the 21st century and my git + vi script. It is a wrapper around git , which will create a...
3704d243Using GIT and VI together
A long while back I used vi together with rcs to manage files in /etc . This worked, but I found rcs to be clunky. So welcome to the 21st century and my git + vi script. It is a wrapper around git , which will create a...
3704d137Using GIT and VI together
A long while back I used vi together with rcs to manage files in /etc . This worked, but I found rcs to be clunky. So welcome to the 21st century and my git + vi script. It is a wrapper around git , which will create a...
3704d35Using GIT and VI together
A long while back I used vi together with rcs to manage files in /etc. This worked, but I found rcs to be clunky. So welcome to the 21st century and my git + vi script. It is a wrapper around git, which will create a new...
3763d227Lazy client, part IV
Ok, so far I've created a cfengine setup that works. On my main host 'elektron' I've created a /export/nfsroot/x86 directory. This holds the general files for the x86 Ubuntu lazy clients. With 2 scripts (see below) I can...
3763d222Lazy client, part IV
Ok, so far I've created a cfengine setup that works. On my main host 'elektron' I've created a /export/nfsroot/x86 directory. This holds the general files for the x86 Ubuntu lazy clients. With 2 scripts (see below) I can...
3763d145Lazy client, part IV
Ok, so far I've created a cfengine setup that works. On my main host 'elektron' I've created a /export/nfsroot/x86 directory. This holds the general files for the x86 Ubuntu lazy clients. With 2 scripts (see below) I can...
3763d41Lazy client, part IV
Ok, so far I ve created a cfengine setup that works. On my main host elektron I ve created a /export/nfsroot/x86 directory. This holds the general files for the x86 Ubuntu lazy clients. With 2 scripts (see below) I can...
3772d44Lazy 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...
3772d225Lazy 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...
3772d125Lazy 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...
3781d42CFengine: 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...
3781d233CFengine: 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...
3781d144CFengine: 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...
3794d43Lazy 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...
3794d209Lazy 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...
3794d135Lazy 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...
3808d52Bash 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?...
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