Monthly Archives: August 2005

Foresight 0.8.2 ready!

Tonight we got 0.8.2 cooked up and ready to go. Those of you already on Foresight, make sure conary is updated and sudo conary update group-dist. I hope to have ISOs up soon. There will be an official announcement when … Continue reading

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GNOME 2.12 Release Candidate

GNOME 2.12 Release Candidate is available in the Foresight repo now. To try it out: sudo conary update group-gnome=conary.foresightlinux.com@fl:test \ evolution=conary.foresightlinux.com@fl:test \ evolution-data-server=conary.foresightlinux.com@fl:test \ gaim=conary.foresightlinux.com@fl:test WARNING: This is barely tested, so… you are warned If you find problems, please let … Continue reading

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Google Talk

I am sure there will be many posts about this… but I don’t care All I can say is “You go Google!”. Google has a real talent for offering high quality (and useful) services and they get the right kind … Continue reading

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My Boy

What a happy baby!

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SysReport RPM available

As much as I believe everyone should be using conary based distros (preferrably Foresight), I did package SysReport as an rpm for those Fedora and Red Hat folks. Enjoy! Get it here!

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SysReport 0.0.3 released

I created a tool to generate system reports that are useful for rebuilding for disaster recovery or just managing your environment. The reports generated is in an xml format, and should be easy to navigate. Currently it collects some basic … Continue reading

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Hal 0.5.3/G-V-M 1.3.4 with pmount working

Gotta give a big thanks to Giles and Roman for really picking this stuff apart and working out the automount issues. Thanks guys! We now have a functioning hal, g-v-m, pmount and gnome-vfs…. All works as it should, I am … Continue reading

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What an artist

A future Van Gogh! Having a blast on the trike

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Sharp Musique and Sonance

I just bought my first batch of music from iTunes without itunes. Worked well, Sharp Musique is working pretty well. I also converted the songs to ogg and imported to Sonance, which makes a great player. It can now even … Continue reading

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