Installing all* the fonts on Red Hat EL6

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I am currently working on a project that takes screenshots of websites, and needed a quick way to get the most common fonts installed on the screenshot server. This worked wonders (although, it still needs a bit of tuning, I will work on that later. yum install google-\*-fonts wine-fonts dejavu-\*-fonts

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New Installer Skeleton

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Ever written a web application, wondering what will happen months down the track when a client (or even *gasp* you) need to install your web application? I am working on a new installer skeleton (if you will) which will allow you to very simply create a fully functional installer for your slightly complicated web applications. […]

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CrazyCode and up all night

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Do the words “Crazy Code and up all night” describe you? Prefer the night more then you do the sunlight? The site CrazyCode is for you! This blog is all about any subject technical. I am trying to find a few contributing editors to also help along with writting articles for the site, so if […]

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Cluster 101: Building your first dumb cluster

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I would like to introduce you tonight to a x-part series (I don’t know how many parts there are at the moment, we will see as time progresses) entitled “How to build a www cluster in x days“. In this series, we will be looking at a wide variety of different techniques that can be […]

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Getting Synergy working propperly on Windows XP / Ubuntu

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At Digital Pacific, where I work, I do all my work on three computers. It’s a nice life looking at three monitors all the time, however, it is not the coolest thing in the world when you have three keyboards in front of you. When I moved here, I already knew about Synergy, it’s great […]

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My Xen experience

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No! When I Xen, I am not talking about a relationship to foreign material. Well, that is – not exactly. Xen is an open source hypervisor. Think: VMware, but much, much cooler. I was talking to Tim Post, about a project that I was completing for ShareSource2. Basically, the conversation came to the point where […]

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Ruby on Rails

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A good friend of mine, Jordan Bracco recently forced me to rediscover Ruby on Rails. He told me that the new version, 1.9 is “5000x faster”, so I thought, well, why not! The last version of Ruby I tried was either version 1.7 or 1.8, and it was not really something that I would say […]

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Anouncing MyBanco!

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Ever wanted to run your own bank? Well, my new [experimental] web application allows you to do exactly that. While some may say that I just have way too much time on my hands, others might just say that I should get top marks for my IPT [Information Processing Technology] assignment. We had to build […]

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