I have beenÂ meaning to get thisÂ blog SSL protected for a while and since solution like letsencrypt makes it easy I have generated some SSL keys for my domain Â andÂ configured it in apache. So far so good, but the thing is my VM at my hosting provider is pretty small and I have been using varnish […]
Like a lot of people I have my irssi on a server in a screen. This has been working great so far but my only concerns are the notifications on the desktop when something happening. Over the time I have found some different solution with mitigated results for me : – Use fanotify script with […]
I have a Friend renting a nice flatÂ in the center of Paris for short and middle term since I have a lot of friends/colleagues asking me about the best and the cheapest placeÂ to stay in Paris I thought to reference her ads here : CHARMING APARTMENT TO RENT IN LE MARAIS – BEAUBOURG […]
This is fun, theses two CEO of theses big companies are dog fighting each others : Dave post: http://blogs.netapp.com/dave/2007/09/netapp-sues-sun.html Johanthan answer: http://blogs.sun.com/jonathan/entry/on_patent_trolling but the real (fake) truth about that post is here : http://fakeschwartz.blogspot.com/2007/09/bring-it-cowboy.html I tend to believe more NetAPP in this case, just because i don’t know how many time i have sweared on […]
Funny website that you should checkout : http://opensourcejokes.com/ i wish theses guys were not putting some stupids google ads on the site. But well i know them it’s a day to day full time job to be the funny guys of the place 😉
Ah i just discovered that the Bagdhad Musem have fetched my wikipedia page and i am on it now : http://www.baghdadmuseum.org/ref/?title=User:Chmouel I feel greatly honored (yeah whatever).
I have finally changed chmouel.com over a new provider. The new provider is called WebHost and i got a VPS with 50GB of bandwith and 2GB of storage for 10US$ a month. My first task was to compile python2.4 on that box which look like it’s based on RH7.3 with heavy customization. Hopefully python really […]
At work we are using Asterisk and Jabber and i am using Gajim as my client. I did a quick patch to have a notification on my desktop when someone call me and i get my big headphones (not that i like the phone very much but well), here is the patch for people who […]
On X86_64 VM Emulation works way better with Xen 3.0 than with Vmware. Xen is pretty awesome compared to Vmware for my use. The only thing i have to figure out is how to get rpmstrap get it workin on Debian base system.