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{ Monthly Archives } May 2006

An article on the 3D web

This article is already a week old and probably has been slashdotted, digged, and whatever other verbs comprise the act of many people hitting some news site and all of them simultaneously pummeling the original story site. The small gathering of invitees (of which I’m never one) get together and talk about the paths one […]

Getting postfix to log properly in Gentoo

I’ve been using Gentoo a bit lately and one thing that is nice is the portage system which tends to configure your systems rather sanely but there always needs to be tweaks… If you install postfix and are using syslog-ng which is the default syslogging tool for Gentoo. You’ll notice all of your postfix messages […]

Ubuntu apt-get GPG annoyances

Seeing something like this when trying to update your Ubuntu box? # sudo apt-get update W: GPG error: breezy-updates Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG 40976EAF437D05B5 Ubuntu Archive Automatic Signing Key W: You may want to run apt-get update to correct these problems It is probably related to the following: Synaptic GPG Error […]

The Hardware Recycling Initiative (Get Linux on your old router hardware)

The Hardware Recycling Initiative (HRI) is an open source project with the goal to port Linux (or its microcontroller clone – uClinux) into onto publicly available residential router hardware. Small grammar fixes by me. I just read too much grammar damaged Engrish to put up with cutting and pasting that stuff into my own blog […]