Tag Archives: linux

After-Access Anti-Virus

While I’m not claiming that Linux is a virus-free operating system. It’s very rare to be faced with any critical virus like those normally-found on Windows. I has setup several Linux boxes for the file-sharing service. While the most of Windows virus wouldn’t affect to the linux box directly, my Linux boxes will become the […]

vrms

Today, after a short “j-walking”, I found a blog introduce me an interesting program called vrms. It’s just a simple program that scan all deb packages installed on the machine and  notify you if there’re some of the packages which isn’t free. The funniest part is the program’s name, it’s an abbreviate from Virtual Richard […]

My History

เอามั่ง wason@wason-thinkpad-r61:~$ history|awk ‘{a[$2]++} END{for(i in a){printf “%5d\t%s\n”,a[i],i}}’|sort -rn|head 89 ssh 75 sudo 53 cd 45 ls 40 make 30 ifconfig 29 ping 21 iwconfig 10 svn 10 man wason@wason-thinkpad-r61:~$ เห็นมาจาก Kamthorn

Upgrading Trac on Ubuntu 6.06

Yesterday, my client request new some features on Trac. Those features are already available in the recent version and through some plugins. After a night of research, I decide to migrate from Trac 0.9 which available in the reposity to Trac 0.11b2 which is the most recent version available. Upgrading is quite complicated but I […]