I’ve often wondered why people are so rotten to other people, or why things happen in the way they do. I guess we just have to learn to live with the idea that there are folk out there that – just for the sheer fun of it – try … Continue reading
Got my Tungsten T3 a few days back, great machine – works very fast. I’ll do a review on it when I’m more accustomed to using it – it sure is different from my old m500…
Had the pleasure of installing a good old box (pentium 200 with 64mb of ram and a 2gb disk) for a friend of mine who gives them to the lesser fortunate ppl. Was actually quite fun, since I didn’t remember half of the things i should have… typical.
Must say that obsolete operatingsystems work quite nicely on obsolete hardware ;p
On a totally unrelated sidenote, found this thing on the net today: The 213 Things Skippy is No Longer Allowed to Do in the U.S. Army. Fun!
PWS is the Pegasi Web Server, written from scratch in Java.
The project started as a project for the course of Networking at the Hogeschool Gent, by members/founders of the PegasiLUG.
Everything is documented in the distribution archives. Please check there.
Any 100%-compatible Java Runtime Environment (this … Continue reading
This is a collection of scripts that allow you to download complete archives of web-published comics.
First off, to actually run this script you must tell it where the php binary is. Edit
phpcomics.php and modify the first line to
#!/path/to/php4 -q. On Debian Sid, this is
Then, … Continue reading
This script allows you to download POP3 mailboxes over an HTTP interface. I wrote it to allow me to get my mail through the company’s http proxy server.
To install it, put the htmlpop.php script somewhere on a PHP4 enabled webserver.
Also, make sure the directory where you … Continue reading