Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceThe CyanogeMod project has resolved the problem it was facing after a member decided to demand money for handing over control of the website domain.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceThe Cyanogemmod project has hit an unexpected roadblock with the person who was in charge of its web presence deciding to hold the others to hostage.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceThe Debian GNU/Linux project has yet to decide on the method whereby it will ensure that the Linux distribution it produces can boot on computers that are certified for Windows 8.
I'm trying to set up, via the cloudstack web UI, a new "project" for a team to use for a certain project. This team already has a few other projects set up, and there's a "domain" that those projects are in.
Here's a quick summary of the environment I support: we have a domain (domain A) that has about 20 client computers. The domain server for this domain and all the clients sit within the network infrastructure of a larger domain (domain B). All the computers get their network settings via DHCP from domain B's servers.
Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SauceFrom time to time, the GNOME Desktop Project blows up, with one developer or another indulging in soul-searching and realising that the project lacks direction. Or people. Or something else.
I bought a domaine name and made a website for my personal website. The website is currently a custom Mongoose embedded server that loads HTML pages and shoots them when specific URLS are asked. My website works perfectly on my localhost on my port 8080. No problem there.