Crappy Linux Laptop/Dual Head and autodetection support

Another example for how much the current configuration of x.org sucks. Why does it have to be so hard?!?! Would it not be possible to just reinitialize the graphics card? Furthermore, why can’t I tell X.org about my german keyboard and mouse (it has a wheel + extra buttons) and let it autodetect all other […]

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Annoying bugs are …

those which take you four hours to find them and 1 minute to fix them (remembering this post). Today I was searching the web for information on how to configure a simple boot menu with PXELinux. Our setup was woking nice when we had only one entry for the diskless Gentoo installation in the config […]

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The better “emerge –unmerge”

This thread talks about unclepine, a nice script to remove installed ebuilds. It can also show you which entries in the world file are dependencies on other ebuilds, which is quite nice to keep it tidy 😉

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Sony Playstation

Pony Slaystation

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Where is the admin interface for Open-Xchange?

SLOX had an administration interface for OX, however the open source version is lacking one. The /umin servlet only allows to change the personal settings and searching through the official forums I only found ATFrogs. Unfortunately it does not have support for adding / editing users … o_O hmm seems like there is no good […]

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How to become an early riser …

Lets see if I have the discipline to do this!

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Haben Sie aufgehört, Ihre Frau zu schlagen?

Antwort: Mu

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Ooops

Your beliefs most closely resemble those of Satanism! Before you scream, do a bit of research on it. To be a Satanist, you don’t actually have to believe in Satan. Satanism generally focuses upon the spiritual advancement of the self, rather than upon submission to a deity or a set of moral codes. Do some […]

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Getting things done …

Xen domains working Yesterday, I managed to move our GForge server into the DMZ as a Xen domain. The CoObRA Repositories are also hosted in a Xen domain, although they might consume way more RAM than the currently assigned 256 MB … I have to admit that the firewall of the university is still blocking […]

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After a long day hacked pebble, so I could upload images with Gnome Blog …

The Gentoo image for our students seems to suffer from a kernel panic … I will have to dig into that when the system has finished updating / building. The Coobra Repositories now have their own server, but we had to disable some security measures so we could set it up in another subnet. However […]

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