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Gentoo: authdaemond marker line not found in /etc/courier/authlib/authmysqlrc (probably forgot to run sysconftool after an upgrade)
Long time no C. Somewhat interesting day, made some updates to server and suddenly, errors on logs As I also just switched to new gcc, first thoughts were to revert gcc and also net-libs/courier-authlib versions, but no help. Google also … Continue reading
Great news, it is released and available to everyone! And another great news – version 1.1 is on the line getting ready – added widget and changed some texts (including title of the app). Internally refactored businesslogic placement (moved out … Continue reading
My first app – IsItPayDay, is currently in Pending status on Play. Very excited. Has been about 2 days, from upgrading studio, started new project, got core running, almost cried when first time tried add “preferences” to app and then … Continue reading
Mental note to self: if changing API Credentials (adding Authorized redirect URIs or allowed IPs).. give a minute to changes to take effect.
Uh, about two weeks ago I got an idea to write little webpage which would create additional layer upon G+ community and would ease moderation (cheking posts against rules as much as possible) but after few hours work and running … Continue reading
I had a problem when tried to run latest Neon5 iso. Got such result: To get resolved this problem, I tried change many settings, and finally got the one that really mattered: VM Settings -> System -> Acceleration and there … Continue reading
So, as you see, new captcha plugin is in action and doing well. Just uploaded version 0.2 – added admin page where one can see three numbers – generated words, failed and correctly inserted captchas. We’ll see how it behaves … Continue reading
Just did that, it is AWESOME!
For some reason, this package hasn’t yet arrived to Ubuntu’s repositories, but if you are hardcore everyday rdesktop-user, you know, that 1.7 doesn’t play well with newer windows servers. So, I took steps. * step1 – I didn’t have libgssglue1 … Continue reading
Just learned clever trick – use hidepid mount-option to hide processes from other users. Useful when managing shared servers. And it’s available since 2011 (patch released 2011, appeared in kernel 3.3 at 2012)! Try it out on live system Add … Continue reading