To stay in touch with all your contacts you often install many different kinds of IM-applications. In a worst case scenario you could end up with one application for each of these services: MSN, Google Talk, AIM, Yahoo, ICQ, IRC, Facebook Chat, Twitter, Skype and maybe a few more, but the truth is probably that[...]
Setup subversion as an xinetd process in a few simple steps.
Since Snow Leopard broke GPGMail I started to use Mutt, and I wanted to use lbdb to be able to search my Os X Address Book for contacts. With Snow Leopard also comes a new Xcode release, version 3.2, and that made some problems when trying to build ABQuery in lbdb-0.36. One of the users[...]
It’s been a while since I’ve done anything useful with Python, but just the other day I felt a sudden urge to pick it up again. I needed to get my old development environment with PyQt4 and Pydev up and running. I downloaded the latest version of Sip and PyQt from Riverbank, Qt (the mac-cocoa[...]
This guide is for Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope and will show you how to stream audio from any application to your AirportExpress. PulseAudio has built in support for AirTunes/AirportExpress with version 0.9.15. Unfortunately it did not make the Jaunty release, but installing it yourself is a small task. This guide will show you how. (Guide[...]