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 to the display :0.0; most likely the X server was shut down or you killed/destroyed… Continue reading Aurelien 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 overrun; resetting wifi0: ath_reset: unable to reset hardware: ‘Hardware didn’t respond as expected’ (HAL status… Continue reading Iceweasel? 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 wrong. Please let me know about those when you find something.
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 it from being released with Etch. Very, very bad… However, I’ve evaluated serendipity yesterday evening,… Continue reading Buildd.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 for just a month. Maybe it’s even close to a yearly income in some other… Continue reading Migrating 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 7.4.7 (the orignal sarge one), 7.4.13 and 8.1.4 available. You can get my patches and… Continue reading Dunc-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 to be in sync. And now there’s a problem: each radius server needs to write… Continue reading PGCluster debs
Or: The Consequences of that awful Vancouver Proposal… It’s no news that I’m no big fan of the Vancouver Proposal. It’s aiming into the wrong direction, IMHO, and is not very well thought through. It’s basically a master plan of dropping archs. Anyway, the more m68k is diverting from the other archs after exclusion of… Continue reading PostgreSQL and Replication
Basically, this is my first new entry in s9y after announcing the migration from Drupal to Serendipity. There are more to come, for sure. 😉 Please feel free to leave comments, if you like…