Recently, I bought a fresh new domain from godaddy.com for my personal homepage that hosted on a server at home. Admittedly, I didn't really spend any time on customer satisfaction or the stuff they support, they just had the cheapest offer for a .me domain 🙂 So after getting used to their cluttered web interface, … Continue reading GoDaddy DynDNS for the poor
Out of a discussion with darix regarding optimal hard disc layout (using RAID levels and LVM), I happened to benchmark my setup with bonnie++. The machine runs openSUSE-11.3 with the 188.8.131.52 kernel. Storage-wise it has two identical Samsung HD103UJ 1TB discs using Intel Matrix Raid. The main area of the discs use RAID-0 to max out performance. … Continue reading Hard disc benchmarks and data safety
Want a nice commit log history like in qgit or gitk directly? Add the following in your ~/.gitconfig: [alias] lola = log --graph --decorate --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit --all
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It is summer, it is warm and it is nice. Yet I'm hanging around at home trying to bring my thesis to perfection 🙂 Actually, it's the coding part right now and it's the usual hunting 'em bugaroos down. While I'm sitting right now at a particular tough one, I stumbled up on this awesome movie … Continue reading What a weather!
Some british soldiers in Iraq obviously had a lot of fun:
Backups! Yep, that thing you're ought to do regularly. Today's the day for me to do it. As being not quite content with the available solutions out there I tend to do it all by hand. This involves some tedious repetitions like packing directories. So here's a little script that might be handy: #!/bin/sh # … Continue reading Productivity