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July 2005

web design programming blog software reference music tools css javascript art news linux google ajax blogs java webdesign howto search cool internet politics fun mac maps humor rss development photography toread technology flash tech tutorial games funny

by hurlantenova
web design programming blog software reference music tools css javascript art news linux google ajax blogs java webdesign howto search cool internet politics fun mac maps humor rss development photography toread technology flash tech tutorial games funny

June 2005

May 2005

BlogNote-Info

by PiTiLeZarD
Blog d'un développeur info contenant une mine d'informations sur différents langages informatiques ainsi que .

Linux: Web Server Configuration Tutorial

by gaccx2
most popular ways to configure the program Bind to perform DNS services is in the role of (1) ISP or (2) Web Host. 1. In an

April 2005

CVSTrac - A Web-Based Bug And Patch-Set Tracking System For CVS

by nhoizey & 4 others (via)
* Automatically generates a patch-set log from CVS check-in comments * User-defined color-coded database queries * Web-based administration of the CVSROOT/passwd file * Built-in repository browser * Built-in Wiki * Very simple setup - a self-contained executable runs as CGI, from inetd, or as a stand-alone web server * Minimal memory, disk and CPU requirements - works on old hardware * Access permissions configurable separately for each user * Allows for anonymous users * Uses a built-in SQL database engine (SQLite) - no external RDBMS required * Tested under Linux - works on other versions of Unix. Also works under Windows * Can be run from a chroot jail for added security. * GNU Public License

CVSTrac - A Web-Based Bug And Patch-Set Tracking System For CVS

by parmentierf & 4 others (via)
* Automatically generates a patch-set log from CVS check-in comments * User-defined color-coded database queries * Web-based administration of the CVSROOT/passwd file * Built-in repository browser * Built-in Wiki * Very simple setup - a self-contained executable runs as CGI, from inetd, or as a stand-alone web server * Minimal memory, disk and CPU requirements - works on old hardware * Access permissions configurable separately for each user * Allows for anonymous users * Uses a built-in SQL database engine (SQLite) - no external RDBMS required * Tested under Linux - works on other versions of Unix. Also works under Windows * Can be run from a chroot jail for added security. * GNU Public License

March 2005

February 2005