My favourite editor is no doubt GNU Emacs. I spend most of my time at work using Microsoft Windows, so why shouldn’t I use this excellent editor on that OS? Continue reading My .emacs file for use with GNU Emacs 23.3 on Microsoft Windows
Tell rkhunter to ignore
/etc/passwd by inserting
EXISTWHITELIST="/etc/passwd" in your rkhunter configuration file. If you prefer not to make this change to your configuration file, make sure you run
rkhunter --propupd with the same
PATH as given in
/etc/crontab. A command like
env -i PATH=/etc:/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin rkhunter --propupd
should suffice. Thanks to Mr. Torfinn Ingolfsen for his effort to track down this problem.
It’s meaningless to check the syntax of Apache’s configuration files more than once during the same invocation of the startup script for Apache 2.2.x on FreeBSD, when the specified action is, say
graceful. Here’s a small patch. Continue reading No need the check the syntax of Apache’s configuration files more than once
The default startup script for PostgreSQL on FreeBSD doesn’t give much clue when starting and stopping the DBMS. Here’s a patch to remedy this annoyance. Continue reading A verbose startup script for PostgreSQL on FreeBSD
Something was wrong with the combination of PHP 5.3.5, php-mysql 5.3.5, and MySQL 5.5.8 on FreeBSD 8 earlier this month. Any attempt to run the command
php -v resulted in PHP hanging after outputting the “Zend line”. Either
kill(1) the process or type C-c to put it out of its misery, but neither action is any helpful. Continue reading Minor difficulties with PHP 5.3.5, php-mysql 5.3.5, and MySQL 5.5.8 on FreeBSD 8, now solved
Have you just installed PTC’s Mathcad 14 on 64-bit Microsoft Windows 7 Professional only to receive the strange and not so informative error message “Unable to create 12.0 engine factory” when trying to run the software? Continue reading Error message when attempting to run PTC’s Mathcad 14 on 64-bit Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
Yesterday an acquaintant of mine gave the link below:
The graphics is a bit crowded, wouldn’t you say?
I upgraded one of my systems to FreeBSD 8.2-PRERELEASE the other day. Next, I upgraded rkhunter to 1.3.8 on the same system. The output of the
sockstat command sometimes contains more information than rkhunter is prepared to handle, resulting in different outputs from
sockstat. rkhunter treats this as an infection. Maybe it is. But I have my doubts. Continue reading rkhunter 1.3.8 and sockstat on FreeBSD 8.2-PRERELEASE
Well, then your NetWare 6.5 server has probably lost track of the installed hardware, their assigned interrupts, and so forth. Continue reading Is the keyboard unresponsive after acpidrv.psm is loaded?