zur abwechslung mal eine kritische betrachtung, naturgemäß zum thema “moderne technik in modernen fahrzeugen”… und ausnahmsweise mal völlig ernsthaft und mit keinem bißchen augenzwinkern… immerhin sind ja jetzt überall fahrzeugmessen mit neuvorstellungen und zukunftsaussichten… und überall wird der technische fortschritt in den höchsten tönen gelobt. aber mal ehrlich, hat sich schon mal jemand überlegt, wie wir alten säcke […]
My beloved Lenovo notebook actually is gone for repair due to some hardware trouble – so I am stuck with a not-so-beloved mac. For working I do need a sshd daemon running, which is – hooray – shipped per default. You just need to activate it: Go to System settings, look for ‘Sharing’. There’s a Tab named ‘Services’ […]
If you are dealing with a greater amount of records in a Microsoft Access database, it’s recommended to use a SQL server as a backend database to handle those and get rid of unpleasant surprises. Usually those servers are connected via JET/ODBC – and that’s where the fun starts.
Today someone pointed me towards SAC 8.1 which is the middleware for my eToken which I am trying to use on Gentoo (pure 64bit) for quite a while. After downloading and unpacking I peeked at the binaries shipped, as the old version offered 32 bit ones which I couldn’t use on my system. So a quick check using […]
Debian is a nice distro, as long as you don’t need to mess around with its packages on other systems. Today I was playing around with the SafeNet stuff for eTokens on gentoo – and all I had was the debian package, but no dpkg command. After looking at the package it was quite simple to open it: […]
It’s a fact that I don’t have much spam here since WP-BlackCheck pretty much kills it all, but as I am just one user among many out there, I’d like to know if I miss some kind of spam on your end or which bugs you found to be able to fix them. Any wishes for the next […]