Command to Extract, unbuild, or open an RPM to a local directory without installing.
** This post is pretty incomplete, I gave up on it. But there is enough info here that may be usefull** eDirectory has several attributes for photos, here are the raw schema attributes from an eDirectory install from iMonitor. An interesting note is that ldapPhoto and photo have the same OID. Because the syntax is […]
I came across a regular expression builder that had me deleting all of my bookmarks for other builders. It is amazingly complete for everything I’ve ever needed in the world of regex.
There seems to be an issue with the network driver for the Dell Optiplex 760 and Suse 11.2 This problem resides in the e1000e driver that is supposed to superceede the e1000 driver. What needs to be done is blacklist the e1000e driver and revert back to the e1000 driver that does work with this […]
I came across an interesting technique for dropping all the tables in a PostgreSQL Database without dropping the whole database. Just drop this little piece of code into the database and the returning set is a list of sql that can be coppied and pasted right back into the database. [code]SELECT ‘DROP TABLE ‘||c.relname ||’ […]
I got to play with Adobe’s Lightroom 3 Beta. I took a picture that I really liked that I took with my camera phone. I did some simple processing on it and this is what I came up with. Can you guess which one is which?
Certificates and Encodings At its core an X.509 certificate is a digital document that has been encoded and/or digitally signed according to RFC 5280. In fact, the term X.509 certificate usually refers to the IETF’s PKIX Certificate and CRL Profile of the X.509 v3 certificate standard, as specified in RFC 5280, commonly referred to as […]