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After upgrading to Natty Narwhal I couldn’t connect to my Linux based jump host (connected via VPN): OpenSSH_5.8p1 Debian-1ubuntu2, OpenSSL 0.9.8o 01 Jun 2010 debug1: Reading configuration data /home/alj/.ssh/config debug1: Applying options for * debug1: Applying options for smallpox.xxx.dk debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config debug1: Applying options for * debug1: Connecting to smallpox.xxx.dk [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] port […]
In the pre-10.04 days it was possible to make a Gobi 200(0) modem work by installing gobi_loader and using it to load the firmware for the modem. However, with the release of Ubuntu 10.04 (which sports a shiny 2.6.35 kernel) gobi_loader stopped working. Because gobi_loader (according to the homepage) does not support 2.6.32+ I stopped […]
The performance of the site should have increased considerably – but since it meant disabling WordPress HTTPS you will probably see a warning about all elements of the page not being secured; I am working on that.
Update: This fix is now documented in the Ubuntu Wiki After upgrading to Natty alpha 2 clicking left+right mouse no longer worked as middle mouse button (also known as Emulate3Buttons). Since version 10.04 (and for real since 10.10) Ubuntu no longer sports a xorg.conf file; all configuration is done through udev and evdev – for […]
It’s been a while since I last had to run Windows on my laptop; back then I used Ext2 Installable File System For Windows to access data on my Linux-formated partitions. In the meantime a few things have changed: Windows 7 and Ubuntu formating ext3 with a inode size of 256 – none of these […]
It might seem as if Nowhere.dk has been out of commission for a while. That is not the case – but a firewall configuration error (on my part) accidently blocked port 80; an error I did not see since I always use SSL. Sorry, Allan
Have yourselves a merry little Christmas – Have you ever thought about what Santa REALLY does while you’re asleep?
While my site might not be as important or visited as Google or Facebook, I decided to switch it to SSL. Some pages will show an “error” in the browser because not all content is encrypted (external images); I hope I’ll get that fixed some day.
Just a quick heads-up. Virtualbox does not yet officially support Xorg 1.9 (which is shipped with Ubuntu 10.10). According to this ticket the problem will be fixed in 3.2.10. In the meantime, try you your luck which with this unsupported Additions build; it didn’t work for me though.