rhatto just asked me to approve a change in keygringer’s license from AGPLv3+ to GPLv3+ citing a discussion about a Berkeley DB’s switch to AGPLv3.
Intentionally helping someone poke a hole through their firewall to allow any users on a remote machine access to their computer is generally a bad idea… unless they want you to help them with their computer.
I recently setup an Alix board from PC Engines. I installed Debian onto a Compact Flash card using grml for the first time.
This always flashes by too quickly for me to read…
MySQL is supposed to allow one + the max_connections from a super user so you can stop/restartmysql even when it is reporting too many connections.
The vp8 video codec and webm container format (which are alternates for theora/ogg and h264/flv) are getting lots of attention, especially as more web browsers are supporting html5 - which includes a new video tag that plays video directly in a web page, rather than requiring a plugin.
At May First/People Link we have been using KVM for several years now and recently I have been running KVM instances on my local laptop.
I was running a routine CiviCRM installation when I was stopped by the error:
Another decent article on online privacy was published by the NYT this morning.
I set aside 15 minutes to find a tool that would allow me to easily post to my identi.