Install Android support via Jolla store.
Potentially reboot after the installation of Android support completed. With Uitukka (220.127.116.11) my Jolla seemed to need the reboot. (FIXME: citation needed, search Together.Jolla.Com for this.)
Grab the file for a custom Android without com.google.android.maps library (aosp) from Öffi’s download page.
On customer site, I am quite often forced to use a Windows machine to access the Linux boxes I work on. This means I will not have an ssh-agent (nor a gpg-agent) running on the machine I’m sitting at (the Win box) and the Linux boxes I access via putty tend to have shared home directories.
Long story short, I need one agent per Linux box taking into account that I may have more than one login shell to the Linux box (i.e. multiple putty windows) and config files including the hostname.
Below you will find the .bashrc and .bash_profile I use. If you know of more elegant ways to do this, then email me.
from time to time I need to configure an apache httpd with Kerberos authentication, a quick braindump follows.
New SSL certificate.
(This is an update of the post from 2013-09-13)
For my calendar, memos, tasks and contacts I have been using a Palm all the way from a PalmPilot through a Palm Vx, a Tungsten T, a Tungsten T5 and now a Palm TX. I have come to rely heavily on the built-in PalmOS apps and DateBk6.
Nothing ever being perfect, I had a few instances over the decades where I had to restore a backup, but the following are features I haveco to rely upon heavily;
- timezone support
- task management
- managing my contacts
- keeping short text notes
- data entry on my Fedora machines through J-Pilot
- rolling backup window of 7 days with jpilot-backup
Having no wish to share my private data with a cloud provider, but Palm OS being truly dead, I needed a self hosted solution that offered equivalents to the above at the very least.
While I do like Lennart’s blog posts on systemd, I waste way too much time finding specific articles. So here are my own links with post title.
- Verifying Bootup
- Which Service Owns Which Processes?
- How Do I Convert A SysV Init Script Into A systemd Service File?i
- Killing Services
- The Three Levels of “Off”
- Changing Roots
- The Blame Game
- The New Configuration Files
- On /etc/sysconfig and /etc/default
- Instantiated Services
- Converting inetd Services
- Securing Your Services
- Log and Service Status
- The Self-Explanatory Boot
- Gettys on Serial Consoles (and Elsewhere)
- Using the Journal
- Managing Resources
- Detecting Virtualization
- Socket Activated Internet Services and OS Containers
Testing QR codes.
My blog source living in git is much more to my personal liking than faffing about in a webUI. See the section Host Your Own Remote Repository on the linked page.