At last: turn your own server into your private cloud, interfacing any webDAV or web-browser capable client - and you only need a webserver with PHP!
Totally fluid layout both vertically & horizontally with pure CSS, with IE6 (!) compatibility.
Dropbox-like file versioning functionality with bazaar VCS and inotifywait.
How to get Photoshop CS5 working on wine.
Review a small, UK based KVM VPS. Without expectations but with surprisingly good results.
How to fix Internet Explorer 8 rotation opacity bug
A short code to achieve a very fast weighted filter calculator with integers, using few resources.
Szubjektív felhasználói élmény és vélemény két premium business gépről. Ultrakonzervatív Lenovo Thinkpad T400 vs ultramodern Dell Latitude E6400, avagy: Miért nincs megbízható, erős, linuxbarát és szép üzleti notebook a piacon?
Minimal, text-based conky scripts to show a really sophisticated system monitor.
Tweaking and modifying some “minor” things in Linux Mint 11 for better performance and usability on Dell Latitude E6400.
Division with integers in C, for testing 32 bit max as dividend.
Feel free to install pre-released version of ubuntu kernel into the current!
In Ubuntu 10.10, Broadcom driver is old, therefore it’s full of bugs, and totally unusable for current cards, like BCM4322. Upgrade it.
SFTP enabled FTP: secure, chrooted FTP server.
Run PHP 5.2 and 5.3 on the same apache, on a production hosting server, with security? Possible, but ugly.
Fast & simple batch image handling with imagemagick, from the command line.
For a long time I tried to find spectacular things and moments. Lately I realised, that I’ll never make good enough photos this way only if I’m at some place exceptional. So I decided to go with a new approach: imagine and then find.
The basic system of Netgear WG602 is dumb, so get DD-WRT on top of it.
VMWare ESXi 4.1 vs promiscuous mode
Rely on your own HTTP headers, because the built-in ones sometimes get lost.
How to get PHP 5.3 on Karmic Koala from dotdeb.
I never liked Ubuntu’s Humanity theme, New Wave theme in 9.10 crashes some applications, like F-Spot, and both are brown. Now Lucid is about to make purple (sic!) it’s default colour, so that’s not for me as well. The solution: shiki.
Which line to change to have Postfix listen on specific ports are well?
Install a weighted RBL daemon for Postfix.
Although eBox has it’s own distribution, I wanted to get it work on Ubuntu 8.04 - but the version in the repo is only 1.0, and I really needed 1.2.
A brief writing on installing apache-mpm-itk on Ubuntu 8.04 server.