Archive for 2007

Mirroring a subversion repository

Friday, April 13th, 2007

Some tools like Trac require a local copy of your Subversion repository (this requirement might be fixed in a newer version of Trac I guess, but for now it’s an example). If your server is running Subversion version 1.4 or higher then you can happily use svnsync to create a read-only mirror of the repo, […]

Large File Support in Samba

Friday, February 23rd, 2007

To enabled large file support (>2gb) in smbmount, you have to pass ‘-o lfs’ on the command line. Why this isn’t the default, I’m not quite sure. I think it is with smbclient, but it has to be enabled on the command line for smbmount. (ref)

VNC, DRI, DRM and other acronyms

Sunday, February 11th, 2007

I got an email from someone using VirtualGL to assist with doing 3D visualization over the network, and after discovering that ‘VNC is an “admin nightmare”‘ found my VNC Session Manager. It’s been a while since I tinkered with the source, so I dusted it off and started cleaning it up (It still runs on […]

Chromeless Meebo gets a facelift

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007

Meebo got a facelift back in October, but I didn’t have the time to update my Chromeless Meebo Browser at the time. I found some time this weekend to sit down and figure out what needed doing, and went ahead and did it! The new version doesn’t really have any new features compared to the […]