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The scenario here is that we want to deploy multiple web.py applications under the same domain (‘apps.example.com’ for instance). These applications are independent from each other and reside in separate paths. There are quite a number of ways of achieving … Continue reading
The next post contains an advanced version of this guide. This post is a update to the previous one on the same topic. The environment is as usual a low-end VPS with freshly installed Ubuntu 10.04.3 Lucid LTS (minimal version). … Continue reading
Note: this is work-in-progress. This note will be gone when the post is finished. Being the distro with the most versatile CPU architecture support, it was no wonder that Debian and its derivative systems were the first to be installed … Continue reading
Note: For background information and ‘take one’, please see the previous post on this topic. There will be as little repetition as possible in this post. After the previous post on this topic went online, Malcolm Parsons from DSlinux commented … Continue reading
This is the raw output of x11perfcomp -ro. Tests were run under Debian 5.0.8 at 640x480x16bit. For details on the different driver modes, please see this post.
This post is outdated. See this post for more up-to-date directions. It should be safe to assume that anyone remotely interested in such a topic must already have a fair understanding of what this post is about, so let’s not … Continue reading
Update: Take Two Linux was successfully ported to Wii by the gc-linux team as early as Feb 2008, shortly after the release of the Twilight hack. In the following two years, huge progress and improvements were made to the port … Continue reading
This is the raw output of x11perfcomp. Tests were run under Debian 5.0.8 at 640x480x16bit. For details on the different driver modes, please see this post.
HTML5 introduced the ‘Web Storage‘ specification, which aims to provide a method for web developers to store data persistently on users’ local file system. By using the ‘localStorage’ object, key-value pairs can be stored (as strings) and persist through browser … Continue reading