Quite some time passed since the last update of this plugin – but honestly, there isn’t much to do since it just works. I pushed out the last style fixes to reflect the changes of wordpress and its admin pages. The rest of the changes happened at the translation files which shouldn’t be that big.
Today I was trying to free some space on my server and came across my kernel sources which were a space hog here – especially if they’re already compiled: denkbrett src # du -sh linux-22.214.171.124 718M linux-126.96.36.199 denkbrett src # cd linux-188.8.131.52 denkbrett linux-184.108.40.206 # make distclean denkbrett src # du -sh 437M . As you see, a […]
The new version of my Plugin just got committed and that’s the changelog: Update notification optional – you can switch nagging off Known Problems got renamed to FAQ E-Mail Notification for new Spam – a rather hackish solution for now, but works Style adaption
My WP-HeadlineAnimator Plugin for WordPress is running fine since quite some time and I wasn’t forced to do that many changes to stay compatible with WordPress development. Today’s Update brings a little design fix to match the overall view of the admin panel. Another small change is that I switched over to my own git repository for development, […]
I guess you could sense that I wasn’t satisfied with my previous solution regarding OpenVPN GUI and user privileges. So I invested some more time to be able to cut down permissions again. I discovered a way that works without extending privileges or entering a password!
OpenVPN is a cool tool for doing quick and easy VPN connections that work. At least it is easy as long as you don’t drop administrative privileges for the common user. To get the VPN working, it is needed to set up routes to get the traffic to its destination which requires administrative permissions. But do we want […]