I decided to buy a new car last Wednesday; the Honda is getting old, and I don't have a place to work on it anymore (no garage). I love the Honda, but driving stick in Phoenix traffic was making me nuts. So I bought a Mitsubishi Lancer. It's nice. You get a lot for your money; the only options I have are the spoiler and the bling bling wheels, and I guess the automatic transmission. It's pleasant to drive in Phoenix. A great factory CD stereo (standard), A/C (standard), etc. I'm ordering the fit kit for the bike rack, and it'll be on shortly. Mitsubishi thoughtfully put clips in the rain gutters for the rack towers, which was way cool.
After doing much searching around the net to figure out a good way to do lisp development in vim I ended up blank. So I decided to write my own little script to handle it.
So far I can send text from vim to the repl and have it execute the text sent. You can either send the current line or the text selected in visual mode. Later I will add sending of the current block you have under you cursor and sending the entire file.
I was talking with Raboo in #isp , freenote, some dicusstion on how to make LazyDog script to runs better.
We came to a point that how to clear the queue from the spool, he gave this this line of code. Short and clear stuff to delete off the email queue.
Overflow Liao ~~~~~~ :)
Can use Ruby to write exploit code ? .... Still discovering .... la la la
But RUBY is fun, fast, and SHORT. exploit code ???? !!! still la la la
Title : Chinese, Fcitx , Xorg and Slackware
OS : Linux
Distro : Slackware
URL : http://www.fcitx.org
These settings are base on Slackware 10, KDE 3.2.3
Remeber to install KDE's Locale package,
For both GB (zh_CN) and Big5 (zh_TW) system.
Screenshot : http://www.xwings.net/screenshots/desktop-slack001.png
Finally got opengl running on fb. My brainstorming is non stop now as i start seeing possibilities I never dreamed about.
Im going to implement a scene graph based window manager. This is a stop gap until we have render to texture or pbuffers or superbuffers in mesa. The api will be similar and compatible with X11. The drawing primitives will be basically gl and cairo. The xlib emulation will be on the client side.
Unfortunately, there isn't a quick example. So, I'm working on creating a few samples *here*
Is there an SMTP alternative out there? Im sick of rfc 822! Why go through all the troubl e of remaining 7 bit safe? I dont think my email ever has to go through 7bit hardware anymore.
Software open source or not that is so badly designed its very hard to write documentation for it should just die! Well designed software is easy to document!
Im amused by the replies to an article in linux.com about file metadata. Some even proposed putting the metadata in files. File metadata is used by the filesystem to locate the files and facilitate management. Any other data needed by apps should be placed in the file. That additional data is going to be an interesting discussion.
Spoke to a guy in irc(dal.net) today. We talk about opensource in Malaysia (My COuntry). Kind of sad story ... anyway , he give me some tips on how to use - diff - Here We go .... # diff -u A B > yada.diff to create single file diff # diff -uNr dirA dirB > big.diff to create cumulative/recursive diffs between 2 directories '-u' means 'unified' diff , *standard* diff/patch
This week the mission is to get Nagios up on homsar: I have it up and going, but now I'm working on rolling out changes to each of the hosts that Nagios monitors; about 65 in all. Neil and I have been having discussions on the best way to roll out changes on a bunch of disparate hosts: for example, if you need to make the same change to a file on all of the hosts, but the file isn't in the same location on each, how should you do it? This place has some insight on the problem.
Today I managed to totally bork homsar when I upgraded my_sql from 3.23 to 4.20. Damn, I hate rpm files. It's so tempting, thinking that things will actually work. Damn you, "rpm -Uvh!"
Well, no big deal, since it's a development box. I've managed to clear out all the old rpms, and I tried reinstalling from rpm. The install suceeds, but the /etc/init.d/ script doesn't work properly. It may be as simple as it trying to look for a .pid file in the wrong place, but something else looks fishy and I can't put my finger on it just yet. I'm probably going to rpm -e everything and start from source tomorrow.
Title : Keypair in SSH2 Os : *NIX Distro : URL : http://www.openssh.org
(09:15:19).xwings@debnote.<~>$ ssh-keygen -t dsa ## No Need to enter value for passphrase (09:15:19).xwings@debnote.<~>$ cat ~/.ssh/config Host 192.168.1.21 Port 22 User xwings Compression yes Protocol 2 RSAAuthentication yes StrictHostKeyChecking no ForwardAgent yes IdentityFile /home/xwings/.ssh/backup_id_dsa