As you know, I own an Acer TravelMate 800 since quite some time. As I have used it for server stuff during the last month, it was time to start with a new install as there was too much junk on it. Considering the fact, that this notebook is a real old one, it works at impressive speed […]
Since today I am running the new gentoo-sources patchset, which is using the new 2.6.23 kernel sources. The update was more or less pain free, disregarding some sandbox violations. But those were avoided using FEATURES=”-sandbox -sfperms -usersandbox”. The best thing about the new sources is, that I do not need to patch them with the uvesafb patches as […]
You remember the Btrfs project, the new and really fast filesystem? Rei – a fellow gentoo user tests this filesystem on her computer and discovered a nasty bug causing a kernel panic. She reported to the mailinglist. The bug was already fixed in the Mercury-Repository – so she did some Live-Ebuilds. Well done!
A long time ago, it must have been last century – I have started setting up a mailserver for me. For being able to access my mail from the office or trade school I used some kind of webmail as someone pointed me to towards the Horde Framework.
Is my Spamfilter doing a good job here? Does anybody out there got some values to compare? Here are some recent stats of my mailfilter (SpamAssassin with Bayes, more than 800 messages / day) Efficiency : 99.85% False Positives: 0.02% False Negatives: 0.13%
What happens if you bring up an interface using an init script on gentoo? Do you know? Already figured out how to start services depending on what interface is up/down? The gentoo-way is done in /etc/conf.d/net.