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
teleMon is a script that you can use to monitor transfer rates. Originally it was written to keep track of the usage on the Telenet ISP Network, but now phptelemeter can be used for that.
include/settings.inc.php file. Comments are included in this … 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