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I’m bringing it back right here… I’ve been going through old files cleaning up my drivespace, when I found this I had to post it for old times sake. This module was probably made back in 1998 by Ryan Parker which we used to provide us with a CGI/MySQL backend to our websites. This was basically a re-write of the original CGI module for Perl because Ryan hated that one and didn’t want to use it.
Here is some information that I’ve gathered a few years back when I was doing some research about perl working with various AI technologies…
This is an awesome .zshrc file that I found while browsing around.
The Puppet 2.6.0 release is a major feature release and includes a huge variety of new features, fixes, updates and enhancements. I’ve made this post so that I can easily find and reference the changes.
This is just a quick note that I posted so that I have how the commands to create an OpenVZ template cache with Debian.
If you’ve run into this error, it is because the version of Python-Virtinst that you have does not include a fix for a lot of the OpenVZ hypervisor code yet, here is the commit that I made to resolve the error, the latest Python-Virtinst code can be found at their mercurial repository. It seems that […]
During some of the research that I’ve been doing lately I learned of Redmine, written in Ruby it is a popular Wiki application that is easy to extend, very clean and well written.
The trick to programming Puppet is to remember first that it is not a typical imperial style language, it is a programmatic case logic block style. A good example is that at the end of each command, you must call notify to the next block that you’d like to run.
A nice write-up on the OpenVZ Wiki with some included bash scripts for helping get you use bridged Layer 2 networking with the containers.