Archive for November, 2004

Diving into Ubuntu

Finally back from León. I believe the development of the installations server was a huge success, primarily because I learned a lot of things, perhaps the most important one being the installation, configuration and twisting of SELinux of specific purposes. Even if the work is not fully done yet, I think I will have some […]

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My condolences

I would like to express my sincere condolences to half the people of the US and to the rest of the world for the very distressing victory of george w[rong] bush. Ahead of us lie four more years of angst, fear, destruction, lies, lies, lies… To the people that voted bush: you don’t want a […]

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Subversion

Well, I’ve finally learned how to set up a subversion repository, browseable through http (WebDAV, as a matter of fact). I installed it in my SuSE Linux 9.1 professional workstation, but it should be simple to repeat the procedure in other distros as well. Packages that should be installed: apache2 subversion subversion-server subversion-viewcvs In order […]

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