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New Feature – Backups 0

New Feature – Backups

It’s been hanging around in SVN for almost 2 weeks now. I’ve had the backups feature in my head for quite a very long time, probably a number of months but I haven’t rushed to implement it because I wanted it to be completely useful for all kinds of databases and not just MySQL, even if it’s probably the most widely used for a FreeRADIUS development (at least seems like...

daloradius1 0

daloRADIUS New Feature – Import Vendor Dictionary

Guess what? A new feature was added last week to current SVN trunk – you are now able to copy&paste your vendor dictionary into a textarea input box, give the dictionary a name unless otherwise stated inside the dictionary file using the reserved keyword VENDOR and click the Apply button to add it to the database.      

Rene Descarets 0

Rene Descarets

We use variables to represent unknown values in mathematical problems every day. Rene who lived during the 16th – 17th century came up with the idea to use the lower letters of the English alphabet as variables in equations (such as x, y, z) and the upper letters of the alphabet as constants (a, b, c). Refernece:

Jabberd2 Deployment 0

Jabberd2 Deployment

Jabberd2 deployment. Quick introduction – jabber or rather XMPP is a protocol or set of protocols which define a transport layer for messages and media streams. Similar to SIP, it is a sort of signaling medium on which messages can be exchanged. Jabberd2 is the successor of jabberd1 and can be found at In general, it is possible to think of the jabberd concept as an implementation of a...

Jabberd2 notes 0

Jabberd2 notes

Jabberd2 can definitely be annoying to install with all of it’s pre-requiste requirements and not having a debian package for the latest jabberd2 (2.1.17 at this time) isn’t really adding much fun to it. On a Debian Etch system (and possibly Ubuntu) it is required to have the following packages installed as a requirement to build jabberd2:  OpenSSL support libssl-dev (>= 0.9.6b) libssl0.9.8 openssl apt-get install libssl-dev libssl0.9.8 openssl  ...

Device Drivers migration #1 0

Device Drivers migration #1

Migrating drivers is always a fun thing to do. All most all migrations of device drivers from a 2.4 kernel to a 2.6 kernel has one thing in common and that’s handling of device node registration. If the 2.6 kernel supports devfs (CONFIG_DEVFS_FS) then it may be possible that API changes are very small if any although if the 2.6 version of the kernel you’re running doesn’t support DEVFS and...

Community-shared Sound 0

Community-shared Sound

I’ve learned today of very cool, new initiative website which purpose is to provide a sharing environment for musicians and the general public to share sound files, particularly samples or “loops”. – definitely worth a visit if you’re a fan of composing and recording your own music.

How to tell if you’re a kernel geek? 0

How to tell if you’re a kernel geek?

Me and my friend Yakov have this habit where each morning when we go to work we make a cup of coffee and start the morning by reviewing what’s new on Sourceforge and Freshmeat and basically catching up with the new development and news around the Linux and Open Source community. Though it just hit me. In the past few months I’ve been visiting kerneltrap and other core kernel related...

Mazal Tov to Yakov and Limor! 0

Mazal Tov to Yakov and Limor!

To my best friend Yakov and his dear wife Limor, we wish you all the happiness in the world. Stay cool, stay young, stay in-love! Yours, Liran and Tal. And some videos are present as well: video013.3gp video014.3gp That love is all there is Is all we know of love. – Emily Dickinson

daloRADIUS make it to other blogs 0

daloRADIUS make it to other blogs

Baron Schwartz has wrote an [url=]article[/url] on his javascript libraries in his blog and kindly mentioned daloRADIUS to the public. As Baron tells in his [url=]blogs[/url]: “Now I’m involved with quite different things, since I’m working more in programming and less in the Internet space. The good news is others keep reading and using all of my work — not just the recent work — which makes me happy. Just...