GitLab is a neat GitHub clone that can be installed on your own servers. I wanted to setup mine running in a virtualized Ubuntu 12.04LTS environment.
After doing a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 I had problems installing running VMware Workstation 8; when building the kernel modules it failed to build the network module (vmnet).
After upgrading to VMWare ESXi 5 from 4.1, I found one of my datastore volumes would no longer mount. The disk would show up as a device, but there were a series of errors whenever I tried to mount the volume.
I wanted to try out some of the new features in the upcoming XBMC Eden release.
The problem is that I am running XMBC-live on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid and the Eden xbmc-live package requires the uxlaunch package which is only available in newer versions of Ubuntu. However, it is still possible to get a working xbmc-live setup by manually configuring the system startup.
The OpenVPN config file structure on ClearOS is non-standard (For example there is no server.conf), so I was unsure where to put the directive. However, as it turns out enabling the Management console is as simple as adding the following to
management localhost 7505
This guide will help you setup WPA Enterprise authentication using the RADIUS functionality built into ClearOS 5.2.
The other day when I was setting up email notifications for a Zend Framework application, I stumbled across Fakemail.
From the developers website:
fakemail is a fake mail server that captures emails as files for acceptance testing. This avoids the excessive configuration of setting up a real mail server and trying to extract mail queue content.