This is a repost from my old blog.
This is a very special thing. I’m running a boot server in my network. And I wanted to boot an image of Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk v6.2 (www.netbootdisk.com) directly over the network.
Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk only needs one floppy disk and contains all files and tools for booting MS-DOS and connecting to a windows share / samba share on the network. I like to use it for HDD imaging tools like „Drive Image“. Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk and PXELINUX weiterlesen →
This is a repost from my old blog. Version 1.1 of the Mozilla Sync Server is outdated. I will describe the setup of the new Sync Server in an other post.
The current Mozilla Firefox has a nice sync feature. It allows to share bookmarks and settings between several installations of Firefox on different machines. Usually the data is uploaded to a server operated by Mozilla. For those who want to run their own server, there is Mozilla Sync Server available. You just need a Linux host, Apache web server, a SQL database and some other tools like Python. Here is a short, basic How-To on what has to be done written by Mozilla. That is where I started. Mozilla Sync Server v1.1 weiterlesen →
I did a system upgrade of 3 PCs during the christmas holidays. 2 PCs were running OpenSUSE 12.3, one was still running OpenSUSE 12.1. I was really amazed by the upgrade process. Most things worked out of the box! system upgrade to OpenSUSE 13.2 weiterlesen →