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3926d171My First Linux
I've always kept my first Linux CDs as a reminder of that great time when I was first exploring this unexplored territory. These are two (bad) shots of the actual CD, maybe I should put the content of them online...
3927d564BIND 10 development started
The Internet Systems Consortium announced today that development on the next generation of BIND DNS Server has started. The new development is sponsored by many TLD-Registries (Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd. (JPRS)...
3927d504BIND 10 development started
The Internet Systems Consortium announced today that development on the next generation of BIND DNS Server has started. The new development is sponsored by many TLD-Registries (Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd. (JPRS)...
3928d100Oracle and OpenSolaris
I ve never like (Open)Solaris. Maybe the kernel rules, but the userland completely sucks, something like apt should have been implemented in (Open)Solaris years ago. Now that Oracle owns SUN and thus Solaris they should...
3928d280Oracle and OpenSolaris
I've never like (Open)Solaris. Maybe the kernel rules, but the userland completely sucks, something like apt should have been implemented in (Open)Solaris years ago. Now that Oracle owns SUN and thus Solaris they...
3928d175Oracle and OpenSolaris
I've never like (Open)Solaris. Maybe the kernel rules, but the userland completely sucks, something like apt should have been implemented in (Open)Solaris years ago. Now that Oracle owns SUN and thus Solaris they...
3928d112Ubuntu, LUKS disk encryption
Found this very nice howto, which I almost followed to the letter, except I did it in Ubuntu and currently more stuff is working out of the box, so you don t need to do all the steps. I m working on an USB stick which is...
3928d291Ubuntu, LUKS disk encryption
Found this very nice howto , which I almost followed to the letter, except I did it in Ubuntu and currently more stuff is working out of the box, so you don't need to do all the steps. I'm working on an USB stick which...
3928d193Ubuntu, LUKS disk encryption
Found this very nice howto , which I almost followed to the letter, except I did it in Ubuntu and currently more stuff is working out of the box, so you don't need to do all the steps. I'm working on an USB stick which...
3932d105Coding Erlang
For the past year or so I ve been trying to learn a new language called Erlang. I ve found this nice document, which can be used when learning the language. So here I am on Saturday evening doing some Erlang exercises...
3932d271Coding Erlang
For the past year or so I've been trying to learn a new language called Erlang . I've found this nice document , which can be used when learning the language. So here I am on Saturday evening doing some Erlang...
3932d175Coding Erlang
For the past year or so I've been trying to learn a new language called Erlang . I've found this nice document , which can be used when learning the language. So here I am on Saturday evening doing some Erlang...
3935d107/proc/sys/kernel/pid_max
In kernel version 2.6.29.1: # /bin/echo -n 40000 /proc/sys/kernel/pid_max /bin/echo: write error: Invalid argument In one older kernel I tried it still worked, so I ve submitted a bug.
3935d285/proc/sys/kernel/pid_max
In kernel version 2.6.29.1: # /bin/echo -n 40000 /proc/sys/kernel/pid_max / bin / echo : write error : Invalid argument In one older kernel I tried it still worked, so I've submitted a bug .
3935d168/proc/sys/kernel/pid_max
In kernel version 2.6.29.1: # /bin/echo -n 40000 /proc/sys/kernel/pid_max / bin / echo : write error : Invalid argument In one older kernel I tried it still worked, so I've submitted a bug .
3935d92OpenLDAP 2.4 cn=config
OpenLDAP uses a cn=config DIT to configure the server since version 2.4. I m always into new stuff, but I must admit that I rather liked editing /etc/ldap/slapd.conf to configure the server. Anyhow being able to store...
3935d275OpenLDAP 2.4 cn=config
OpenLDAP uses a cn=config DIT to configure the server since version 2.4. I'm always into new stuff, but I must admit that I rather liked editing /etc/ldap/slapd.conf to configure the server. Anyhow being able to store...
3935d166OpenLDAP 2.4 cn=config
OpenLDAP uses a cn=config DIT to configure the server since version 2.4. I'm always into new stuff, but I must admit that I rather liked editing /etc/ldap/slapd.conf to configure the server. Anyhow being able to store...
3941d101LVM: good, LVM snapshots: bad
Well, today I was looking into using LVM snapshots to allow a client OCN use Linux as a Netapp replacement . Boy was I in for a disappointment. LVM an sich is working great, but the moment you turn on snapshots the (in...
3942d279LVM: good, LVM snapshots: bad
Well, today I was looking into using LVM snapshots to allow a client OCN use Linux as a Netapp replacement.... Boy was I in for a disappointment. LVM an sich is working great, but the moment you turn on snapshots the...
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