Posts Tagged ‘fedora’

I previously mentioned rpmbuild. I wanted to write a little post on what it does and how useful it is. But I though it would be easier to just show you. So what is rpmbuild? It is a tool for building rpm packages based on a spec file. The resulting rpm should be close to […]

Monday, July 9th, 2012 at 08:48 | Comments Off on Apache HTTPd 2.4 on RPM based distributions

I have one Arch server left at home, it is behaving badly. It has some fairly new stuff on it so I can’t replace it with CentOS. I should be able to replace it with a new Fedora. So I hunted for a minimal install image… nothing! Netinstall? Ofcourse not! Fedora is a desktop OS, […]

Saturday, June 30th, 2012 at 21:03 | 1 comment
Categories: Linux, Technology

As you have guessed, I’m a linux geek. I used to be of the bearded kind even. So here is a bit of my history with linux for those who are interested. It all started back in the day with my old Compaq laptop somewhere around 1999, ‘t was the eve before Win2k. A Mandrake […]

Saturday, June 30th, 2012 at 00:55 | Comments Off on Linux and I
Categories: Linux, Personal, Technology
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