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.
Today I have frighted security. In 2 ways.
First I had to move a mysql database from one server to another. And then still running the application on the original server.
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.
If you upload photos to facebook, perhaps you should make sure you have a backup of them.
In a post in my RSS feed today, there was a problem with digikams plugin that uploaded pictures to facebook. Continue reading
I mostly uses svn from the command line, but sometimes its nice to se a graphical view of a svn tree so I installed kdesvn today.
This is a nice GUI frontend to SVN.
Last week has been – lets say – full of work. So after a long sleep in, in the morning, I decided to start up my old friend EVE. And I remembered that the on Tuesday the 21:th it is time for Incarna. So I read a bit about it on the forums and it seems that I needed to patch wine. But to be sure I started EVE on Sisi and downloaded the patch and tested.
So for some time ago, well its now almost 4 month ago, I decided to take the jump and start using IOS on a iphone 4. My old trusty palm tungsten was getting on the old side and it was time for something new. SO this series I start here will be a not of how to get it working on Linux and then the top applications I found necessary for me and my work. Continue reading
Yesterday I was going to look at google earth to check a thing, and found out that I had not installed it since i moved up to the new version of kubuntu.
So I went into the system and did a apt-get install googleearth. That did not work. Did some extra checks and found that I did not have it in the repositories.