Google Chrome in 64-bit Sabayon Linux

I really should be studying for my stat exam tomorrow, but I was logging into my.ucf to download my lecture notes, and while Blackboard Learning System (the really shitty replacement for WebCT) was stuck in an infinite loading loop (most probably caused by incompetent javascript) I decided to finally get Google Chromium (which apparently has . . . → Read More: Google Chrome in 64-bit Sabayon Linux

Rockbox – Sansa e260v2

I bought a cheap, $30 refurbished MP3 player off of woot back in December ’08: the . . . → Read More: Rockbox – Sansa e260v2

xen hung at “Checking for hardware changes”

So, xen is really beginning to piss me off. I turned off all my machines to do a snapshot, and when I tried to bring them back up, they were all in the ‘blocked’ state. Upon further investigation (using virt-manager/xm console), I found that they were hung at the “Checking for hardware changes” item in . . . → Read More: xen hung at “Checking for hardware changes”

Enabling SELinux strict on RHEL5

I’ve been playing around with SELinux at work recently. Not surprisingly, I was struggling to get SELINUXTYPE=strict to work properly. Unfortunately, all “google results for ‘enabling selinux strict’ would return were dead ends. People would enable selinux strict, kernel panic, and ‘fix’ it by disabling selinux.

Well, a co-worker of mine *was* able to successfully . . . → Read More: Enabling SELinux strict on RHEL5

Install “build-essential” on RHEL/CentOS and OpenSolaris

Debian

If you want to be able to compile packages in debain/ubunutu, you can issue the following command:

apt-get install build-essential

 

Red Hat

If you want to be able to compile packages in red hat/centos, you can issue the following command:

yum install make gcc gcc-c++ kernel-devel

…or, if you don’t care about maintaining . . . → Read More: Install “build-essential” on RHEL/CentOS and OpenSolaris

Clone Xen RHEL5 (CentOS 5.2) VM

Hello world! I just updated my whole server environment and, my, things are looking good. Anyway, I had to run through these steps a half dozen times, so I thought I would post it here for myself and (maybe even) others.

Here’s the commands I ran to turn a clone of my base RHEL5 (CentOS . . . → Read More: Clone Xen RHEL5 (CentOS 5.2) VM

Sabayon, KDE, and Evolution

I recently reformatted my hard drive–switching from pure Gentoo to the Sabayon fork. Sabayon did for Gentoo what Ubuntu did for Debian. It’s generally a lot easier to use, but–unlike Ubuntu–it doesn’t sacrifice functionality for ease-of-use.

. . . → Read More: Sabayon, KDE, and Evolution

kmhssoccer.org Update

To a degree, I still actively work on my high school soccer team’s website (which I created back in 2005). I started working on it on and off since summer 2008, and 71 hours of development later, I finally pushed my changes to the live server in January 2009.

. . . → Read More: kmhssoccer.org Update

Smooth Wall

I’ve wanted to setup a serious linux-based firewall for my home network for some time now, and I finally got around to it yesterday.

There are TON of linux router distros out there, but instead of spending 8 hours picking & choosing, comparing & contrasting, nitpicking & debating, I asked someone else ;). Two buddies . . . → Read More: Smooth Wall

eHome — are you home?

Alright, this is bullshit.

I bought an eHome wireless NIC a while ago for really cheap. Haven’t heard of eHome? Neither had I, but it didn’t take me long to realize that it was actually part of D-Link Corporation when I sent my rebates to a DLink corporate address, and when I read the message: . . . → Read More: eHome — are you home?