Do note that R-3.0.2 requires a higher version of gfortran 4.4.4 and above. To help ensure that the gfortran44 is installed, do check that the gnu44 are installed. For more information how to install, see Installing GNU 4.4 of C, C++ and gfortran for CentOS 5
Introduction Using pre-shared SSH keys is a great way to make logging into remote hosts quick and easy. No pesky passwords to remember. The downside is that if your organization relies on passwords for access control, the pre-shared key will negate any password control you have. For example: If your organization rolls a password for a system account, and the new password is not shared with all the original people, then some people who should not have access any more will continue to have access via their pre-shared key.
I use synergy to control several different linux systems in my office using a single keyboard and mouse.
The only issue I have with this software is it does not (yet?) natively support SSL encryption for your traffic. This is problematic when transmitting plain-text passwords between systems, which I do often.
This blog is built on the Google Blogger platform. My new blog however will switch to WordPress, and most likely be hosted by a third-party web hosting company. For now, I want to install WordPress on my home computer to be the staging server. This is where I experiment with new ideas before I upload the final contents to the production WordPress server. My home computer runs Debian 7 (aka Wheezy) which includes a WordPress package, albeit a little outdated (3.6.1).
Rsyslog is an enterprise-class project. Among others, this means we need to provide different versions for quite a while (enterprises don't like to update every 6 month, and don't do so for good reasons).
One of our GPFS NSD Nodes are forever stuck in arbitrating nodes. One of the symptoms that was noticeable was that the users was able to log-in but unable to do a “ls” of their own directories. You can get a quick deduction by looking at one of the NSD Nodes. For this kind of issues, do a mmdiag –waiters first. There are limited articles on this
Currently, there is a very valuable discussion going on on the rsyslog mailing list on how we can attract more contributors and how moving things to github can help with this. I was writing a longer reply, and then it occured to me that it probably is better to blog about this topic as it may be of future interest to have the current thinking (relatively) esay accessible.
During a fresh Debian install, you can specify the installation of pre-assembled collections of related software packages that together provide a high-level functionality, for example, Web Server.
The Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM) manager exposes a SOAP (wsdl) web-service. At the time of writing this can be found here: (for version 3.2.x)https://:7002/ovm/core/wsapi/soap?wsdlYou can access this url in your web browser and will be prompted to accept the self signed cert etc. (There is a way to add a real certificate but that's not what this article is about.)In order to consume this webservice in python, I thought to try out the (now quite old) "suds" library. Opensuse still ship this library and you can install it with: