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Following the successful migration of the rest of the infrastructure, it was due time for me to overhaul the web server a bit as well. This was a necessity both because Debian Lenny support was dropped in February, as well as due to cruft that got accumulated from the previous mail server set-up.

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Quite some time ago I've started migrating my mail server and XMPP server set-up towards a new VPS where LDAP was to be the focal point. The idea was to have Postfix, Dovecot, ejabberd, and Roundcube utilise the same LDAP DIT for authentication and authorization purposes.

In addition to that I was planning on ...

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Well, after a lot of reluctance, I've finally made the jump onto the <a href="http://www.android.com/">Android</a> bandwagon. For a long time I haven't been ready to make the move onto it since I was hoping that a more Freedom-friendly platform would emerge, but alas, after Nokia's ...

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You've really got to be amazed at the pace <strike>Red Hat</strike> Fedora likes to deploy new technologies on its <strike>guinea pigs</strike> users. Reading today's <a href="http://lwn.net/">LWN</a> RSS feeds, I've ran into the following jewel - <a href="http://lwn.net/Articles/446925/">Fedora 16 ...

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Some days ago I've decided to make a small update to my site by installing the <a href="http://drupal.org/project/comment_notify">Comment Notify</a> module. The module should help the visitors get updates on answers in the comment sections. The main reason I added this since some people have been asking ...

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Or... How to learn (the hard way) that some applications are simply lagging behind in terms of security...

Anyway, I've been back working on my Free Software X.509 Cookbook, and started writing about setting-up an <a href="http://www.ejbca.org/">EJBCA</a> OCSP responder, when I found myself hitting the wall ...

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Seeing that the <a href="http://www.libreoffice.org/">LibreOffice</a> package has been just "soft-masked" as testing in Gentoo, I've decided to uninstall the <a href="http://www.openoffice.org/">OpenOffice.org</a> and give it a go. I was particularly interested about the support for <em>OOXML</em> standard (sic). This ...

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You have ''got'' to hate if when you forget to update a file during Drupal upgrades. After the last Drupal upgrade I've forgot to redploy they old .htaccess file for the Gallery2, which resulted in Gallery being effectively inaccessible from the main site (unless the visitors ''knew'' the alternative link).

Luckily, I wanted to ...

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Just as I was checking out the <a href="http://www.fsdaily.com/">FSDaily</a> feeds for the past two days, I've ran into disturbing news about <a href="https://savannah.gnu.org/">Savannah</a> project being <a href="http://www.fsdaily.com/Community/Savannah_and_www_gnu_org_downtime">compromised</a>. For matters to be ...

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Some time ago, I had <a href="../../node/12">issues</a> when enabling CSS optimisation using the <a href="http://drupal.org/project/deco">Deco</a> theme (which is also used by this site as well). I've solved the issue quite some time ago, but never got around to actually presenting the solution ...