Monthly Archives: June 2011

Bcfg2 1.2.0 pre3 for Fedora

The Prerelease 3 of Bcfg2 1.2.0 is available for Fedora Rawhide. There plenty of changes, please check this post. For a test: [crayon-59eed62b6709e343516584/] Please report all issues....

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pysysbot

pysysbot is capable to display details about the system it is running on. If you don’t want or can stay connected through SSH all the time this is an easy way to get information about the remote system. If you … Continue reading →...

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Halberd for Alpine Linux

halberd is now in the testing repository of Alpine....

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weplab for Alpine Linux

weplab is my first package for Alpine Linux. I’m happy that it’s the same tool as my first package for Fedora 🙂...

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Dial pattern in Outbound Route

FreePBX can configured to use a dial pattern to select a specific route. Let’s say that you want to select a route with a “9” then the configuration has to look like shown in the image below....

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Bcfg2-1.2.0 Prerelease 3

A new release for Bcfg2 1.2.0pre3 is now available. The following highlights some of the major changes from the last prerelease: POSIX: Add recursive permissions (Ticket #871) Probes: make Bcfg2 automatically handle JSON, XML, and YAML output Tons of...

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Cacti 0.8.7g

If you want to install cacti on Fedora 15 you will probably run into this older issue while importing the SQL scheme. [crayon-59eed62b67f8d770254505/] Replacing ‘TYPE’ with ‘ENGINE’ solved the problem. [crayon-59eed62b67f93786...

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NX Player

The NXPlayer (the new NX client from NoMachine) doesn’t like the free implementation of NX. Nothing more…...

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Setting up Alpine in a chroot on Fedora

Building, debugging, and running Alpine packages on other Linux distribution is possible with the help of chroot. To setup an Alpine Linux build environment under Fedora this script can be used....

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Update Alpine Linux to the rolling development version

To switch from a stable Alpine Linux installation to the rolling development version (aka ‘edge’) only a few steps are necessary. Edit the repository file (replace ”’v2.2”’ with your release) [crayon-59eed62b681b64...

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Alpine Linux and Qemu

QEMU is a very flexible open source machine emulator and virtualizer. QEMU is able to virtualize x86, PowerPC, and S390 guests. First download the latest Alpine CD image Install qemu on your system (e.g. yum -y install qemu on a … Continue rea...

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Alpine Linux with Lighttp Https access

For higher security Lighttpd can be configured to allow only https access by a few simple steps. To generate certificates, openssl is needed. [crayon-59eed62b68680441006812/] Change to the lighttpd configuration directory cd /etc/lighttpd With the co...

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Lighttpd and Alpine

In the Alpine Linux wiki the installation of lighttpd is well documented. But a simple tutorial for beginner was missing. To be more specific, just a tutorial about installing lighttpd to server simple html pages. This blog post is a … Continu...

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Gnome Shell Extensions for Fedora

A dozen addidtional Gnome Shell extensions are on the way to the Fedora Repositories. gnome-shell-extension-cpu-temperature — A gnome-shell extension to show the current temperature of CPU gnome-shell-extension-mediaplayers — A gnome-shel...

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Arduino und DMS

Früher wurden bei meinem Arbeitgeber wohl Versuche mit DMS-Messungen gemacht, denn zufälligerweise habe ich aufgeklebte und verkabelte Messstreifen gefunden. Was liegt da näher als die Dinger an das Arduino anzuschliessen und zu messen. Die beiden...

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