In one of my last blog entries I complained that Firefox/Iceweasel doesn’t work anymore on my PPC box. It seems as if the reason is a small entry in the prefs.js file:user_pref(“layout.css.dpi”, 1); A DPI of 1 is (of course)… Read moreIRCing with Irssi
Aurelien Jarno wrote in his blog about new arm buildds he set up to work around the non-responsive arm buildd admin. The topic has been carried to the debian-project ML under 2 threads: Please appoint one new person to the… Read moreFirefox/Iceweasel works again!
Or: Everything was better in the past! I don’t know whether the change from Firefox to Iceweasel or the upgrade to v2.x caused this, but Firefox/Iceweasel doesn’t run anymore on my PowerPC: [ij@muaddib:]~$ firefox The application ‘Gecko’ lost its connection… Read moreAurelien and the Arm port
Some time ago I blogged about madwifi and my Netgear WG311T. Well, it still sucks. I’ve setup a serial console to my PowerPC box now and have now some debugging output, when the madwifi driver horribly fails: wifi0: rx FIFO… Read moreIceweasel? I want my Firefox back!
Maybe some of you have already noticed, that there’s a new section (flavour) on Buildd.Net called skolelinux, which maps to etch-skolelinux and has currently i386 and powerpc included. This was just a quick addition and maybe there’re are some things… Read moreLinux, WLAN, Netgear and Madwifi – a neverending story
Oh, well… in my last blog entry I stated that I’ll move my drupal installation to my new server. But I didn’t know at that time that drupal has been orphaned and a grave bug has been filed to prevent… Read moreBuildd.Net: etch-skolelinux added
I’ll move the drupal installation to a new host in the next days. So, it’s somewhat likely that somthing will break. Sorry for that in advance… 🙂
Ok, Dunc-Tanc (DT) is being discussed everywhere like here, here or here. The reason for discussion is the amount of US-$ 6000 (or EUR 4800, as Marc Haber calculated). For many of the readers that is really, really much money… Read moreMigrating to a new server
Thomas Pöhnitzsch wrote in a comment to my previous blog entry about replication with PostgreSQL: we had just finished a big project (based on sarge) which, among other features, required almost the same setup. I have pgcluster-debs for postgresql versions… Read moreDunc-Tanc and what can be done with 6000 US-$…
Dear Lazyweb… For a project I need to setup two freeradius server with a PostgreSQL database backend. It’s intended that the freeradius server are accessing their database backends locally, i.e. on the same machine. Of course, the two database needs… Read morePGCluster debs