Gnome-Pie is a really cool app launcher with high usability.
Forgot the stupid search of your favorite application, create your own pies and choose them by a simple hot-key. Continue reading ‘Gnome-Pie cool app launcher’
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In the last time I get a lot questions and feedback to some older posts (Active/Passive Cluster) where I used DRBD. And actually I never wrote how to setup DRBD and I try to fill this gap now. Also this post will be a new ground for some new ideas and posts related to Active/Passive Clustering with KVM.
DRBD (Distributed Replicated Block Device) is a really cool cluster solution to have radundant data on two or more nodes. Everybody know RAID, DRBD is like RAID 1 over network.
Continue reading ‘DRBD master/slave setup’
On June 8, 2011 was world IPv6 day and I shared some VPS boxes. Only one guy wants Ubuntu 11.04 – no problem he get it.
I was painfully remembered that Ubuntu.com has still some problems with AAAA record for security.ubuntu.com… They have no records:) Continue reading ‘Ubuntu ipv6 fail’
Some days ago I wrote a similar post about nagios and lighty, now I decided to test Icinga on Debian Squeeze.
The installation was pretty easy:
aptitude install lighttpd aptitude install icinga
To use Icinga we need following modules:
With version 10.4 Ubuntu design team decided to move the “minimize/maximize/close” buttons to the left side. For everybody who do not like this and want their old buttons back on the right, follow the instructions.
Open to the “Terminal” or “Konsole” and run this:
Now navigate to:
apps => metacity => general
And change the key button_layout from:
gconftool-2 --set /apps/metacity/general/button_layout --type string menu:minimize,maximize,close