Today I was having my first glance at OpenSolaris. Getting the ISO burned, booting the LiveCD and all this didn’t take long and the system was booted, welcoming me with a Gnome Desktop environment – which I personally dislike for several reasons – but at least it is something to work with. And don’t forget: Solaris is the […]
It has been quite a while since I started to get SSL Certificates working on my server machines – so it was time to get that stuff running on my mobile phone too. You might wonder now why the phone would need such a certificate, but in this case it’s just some root certificates to enable it to […]
Since a system update during the last days, my system does strange things. As taking a closer look, the troublemakers are related to KDE. My first clue was a broken dependency which causes services to crash – so I ran revdep-rebuild.
Today is a wonderful day, the Linux Day in Dornbirn – the place to gather my CAcert points to become an active assurer for the Web of Trust. As it was possible to take the assurer test on site – god bless the inventor of wireless lan – I could start to assure people immediately and gain the […]
Virtual machines and their clocks can be quite nasty – at least if I am working with them. Maybe it is because it is impossible to kick against virtual machines? Are they that nasty because they know they are safe?
Today a colleague pointed me towards a nice little web service namedRemember The Milk. I am sure you all know about many little task list applications and stuff – one of the most famous is integrated in MS Outlook. So you might say, this service is nothing new especially that it is a playful website.