Title : vimrc
URL : http://www.vim.org
Slackware : /usr/share/vim/vimrc
Debian : /etc/vim/vimrc
Redhat : ~/.vimrc
Freebsd : /usr/local/share/vim/vimrc
dot slash configure for Apache 1 and 2 Php 4 MySql 4 squid 2.5
# cd ~ # mkdir cvsup # cd cvsup # cp /usr/share/example/cvsup/standaed-cvsup Edit CVSup file, use a faster mirror # vim standard-cvsup # cvsup -L2 -g standard-cvsup # make buildworld # make buildkernel # make installkernel # reboot Boot : boot -s # fsck -p # mount -u / # mount -a -t ufs # swapon -a # mergemaster -p
Has anybody seen the teasers for NBC's upcoming miniseries, 10.5? Lisa and I saw a promo today, and of all the carnage, it showed a particularly tantalizing CGI of the Space Needle coming down. (While that site sort of sucks for good pics of the Space Needle, it has a really cool interactive webcam. Check it out.) If you don't know this already, my wife Lisa absolutely hates the Space Needle, and when this comes on, she's up off the couch and cheering with both arms up, like a hooligan at a monster truck rally. It was great. So, needless to say, I'll be taping that. It's actually a nice birthday present for me from NBC as it starts May 2, the day before my birthday. On a note related to the Space Needle, be sure to check out this guy's page who is justifyably upset about light pollution. I wouldn't have thought to mention it at all until I checked out the last comparison picture. Very amusing.
I got Objc thread support working this time. Im calling my distro splinter linux after my favorite computer game splinter cell. All in all i have selinux, linux 2.6.4, uclibc snapshot, glibc-3.5 snapshot, binutils-040328, udev, and hotplug. Next thing to do is to fix the policy so i could do an lfs bootstrap in enforcing mode. Pax is dropped for good. No more programming in C. I will use objective-c for anything that is not provided by a c program.
after all the trouble i went through just to built the whole system with pax and selinux i wonder if i need pax at all. Objc is broken with pax and i dont have the resources to make objc work with pax. pax needs selinux to prevent some attacks but selinux can compartmentalize the system and prevent a compromised programs from attacking the system. The key question is, is pax needed to prevent direct attacks on selinux mechanisms?
Title : Vim On Slackware Os : Linux Distro : Slackware URL : http://www.slackware.com
In RedHat , their vim looks very cool. When we started to use some other OS or distro, we will find out that their vim looks like lack of feature. So, to make it looks our vim looks more cooler, These are the two things we can do. Create a filename call /usr/share/vim/vimrc , and add in these lines
Finally made a lot of progress. I made my own protocol instead. The webmux draft was more helpful. I based my work on that document. Im proceeding to implementing the wire protocol based on http-ng work. I wrote an email protocol on top of this wire protocol and it works.
My trial implementation for a session control protocol is stuck. The draft documents from ietf is useless.
Title : Anti Spam and Anti Virus on qmail Os : Unix Distro : URL : http://www.qmail.nu
First of all download the script from qmail.nu. Edit the file , for editing your can always use sed. cp filename.sh filename.sh.old sed "s#old-syntax#new-syntax#" filename.sh.old > filename.sh In Order to run the file , chmod it and run. chmod +x filename.sh
Well, kernel 2.6.3-ck1 is running and I think it's the best kernel for me which I have tested so far.
Everything runs so smoothly and fast...
Reading, reading and reading... and a brilliant Jazz concert couple days ago.
Radeon 7500 problem is still disturbing so must do some backtracing today,
but before that a little time with "The Design Of The Unix Operating System".
Hmmh... weird and irritating problem with my Radeon 7500. Always when I try to play
some OpenGL games my screen become filled with red lines.
There isn't any information about it in logs. Probably hardware problem but
it would be interesting to make some debug (#define DEBUG 1) somewhere or
Nice. Kernel 2.6.3 stable out. Need to check if the radeonfb is fixed now too.
At the moment I am using the bonding infrastructure under Linux to get
some kind of redundancy in an embedded hardware firewall project.
I am using freeswan-1.99 in Red Hat 9.0 system, after I reboot the system then I run the command below. It shows the error that I don't know how to solve it. So I hope somebody can give me some suggestion and solution.
[root@lmz root]# ipsec verify
Checking your system to see if IPsec got installed and started correctly
Version check and ipsec on-path [OK]
I am using Red Hat 9.0 with freeswan 1.99, can somebody tell me why after the freeswan compilation :
tar zxvf freeswan-1.99.tar.gz
then finally when I reboot my system, then screen show I don't have KLIPS, so the ipsec can not been started.