Remember the old time when you had the google reader to read you news, or using this for synchronizing reading between different systems. I was using it untill it closed down in july 2013. After that i was using the akregator app on my linux laptop to read my news in the morning
Yesterday i got my new BluRay player. I got a Pioneer BDP-440 BlueRay player. And as it is suposed to play video from a DLNA server I wanted to install and get that going also.
So I did some search on the networks and after some reading it seems that one of the most used and the one I liked the most was Mediatomb.
Today I came across a small and interesting thing. One of our customer have been upgrading from suse to centos, and that also changed the mailer from postfix to sendmail. I consider myself a quite skilled sendmail person but this was a new one.
The system itself is a dumb system and we should forward everyting to a smart host. But we need to do that over port 587 and authenticated.
As I just said I have switched to Firefox 5 and is quite happy with it. But there are some small things one has to do to get it to work as I want.
I’m running Firefox as my main browser. I have chrome installed and I have been using it a bit but I don’t really like it (and I have had some interesting problems with it – like can’t go to page 2 on googles own search result). And I’m also using it for development and firebug and firephp is a necessary must for me. So I’m staying with Firefox.
As I have been using firefox to store relative sensitive informations (like certificates) there is a STRONG recommendation to turn on Master Password. This encrypts and secure the databases for firefox (and thunderbird) so that cookies, passwords and certificates and so is protected. And even of someone can hack into you computer they cant get to that information.
From ISOC England
LONDON – 8 June 2011
In preparation for the World IPv6 Day on 8th June 2011, the English
Chapter of the Internet Society has released the latest figures from its
IPv6 Matrix Project, showing the level of IPv6 connectivity amongst the
world’s 1 million busiest Web sites. A summary of those results can be
found in its latest report, freely downloadable from:
A friend of mine showed me Empire Avenue (http://www.empireavenue.com/). This is partly a game, partly a social media aggregator, and a lot of fun. It works kind of like a Stockmarket for you and you blogs/facebook/twitter.
ANd the code here is fur them to upgdare my rss feed to a blog.
More will come later.
More news from the rss feed – the RSA SecureID token compromised – Read more on Slashdot