I had written a specific procmail rule a while ago, it had worked for quite a while, for quite some while now it had not worked as expected; I had a look at the header lines as displayed by my e-mail reader, I also had a look at my procmail LOGFILE; the subject line looked rather… Continue reading procmail regular expressions matching e-mail subjects: sometimes blanks are not blanks
Simple ssh works from one to the other, but “ssh -X” or “ssh -Y” don’t achieve, what I expect them to do. “X11Forwarding” already set to true on the target side, and sshd restarted there as well. $DISPLAY still not set after all these attempts. I upgraded the target side OS-wise recently, now it’s running openSUSE-12.1.… Continue reading “ssh -X” from a Mac running Leopard to an openSuSE Linux box
I “published” a lot of blog articles from the “Draft” status, which caused them to get picked up by the tweets generator.
Stevey’s Blog Rants: Rich Programmer Food: “disembowel” ‘via Blog this’
Android 4.0 gets ASLR to improve security – The H Security: News and Features: Security enhancements for the mobile operating system should make it harder to exploit mis-handled memory
The agile upside of XML – O’Reilly Radar: “Anna von Veh and Mike McNamara on the benefits of XML and the tech-driven future of publishing” ‘via Blog this’
Google to retire Blogger & Picasa brands? – CNN.com
NGINX web server company gets $3M funding – The H Open Source: News and Features: Popular open source web server going commercial with open core model and $3M of funding