Here's my 2017 letter to Santa Code. I don't think all my wishes will be answered but we never know…
I'm revamping my DNS stack. For the two of you won't don't know what DNS is, it's the reference directory of the Internet. It's oversimplifying to say it like that. If fact DNS is a replicated, delegated big database. Translating an hostname to an IP is only of its purpose. Let's go for the 2017 DNS Mega guide !
And here comes a bit of modernisation. A new design full of gradient thanks to CSS3. We can at least create dynamic stuff easily and quite appealing designs. No pictures required.
PS 2017 : I changed the design but still use the same tooling. Still true !
Hit me again I'm not dead yet ! I just fixed a long standing bug i was facing on an asus g50 laptop : outputting audio from the jack. It was really easy but never found out before. I just added a line in /etc/modprobe.conf :
I admit this article won't be of a great help but my future me reinstalling a nunux will probably happy to find it.
Alright, I'm done with msn … i think that was the last proprietary thing i used. I'm now close to a full libre ecosystem. I think there are still Nvidia and Intel drivers on my laptop ( and Team Fortress 2 on the other pc).
Just some words to announce that i forced SSL on this webserver. It shows my crypto-anarchist anti-hadopi (french law against piracy) side and I know that you like me to burn my CPU more to show you boring webpages with pointless articles.
I just switched the webserver from the big ol' Apache to the tiny Lighty. It feels quite user-friendly this one. Way lighter and with a nicer configuration file.
It's so easy to set new vhosts. So now I'll try optimizing lighty and mysql to eat less ram…
Here it is, I migrated from Debian to Gentoo and i transformed this pc to a server... I removed X. This made it feels way lighter. Without the webserver running it only eats thirty MB of ram. That's way better than the 250 eaten by Debian. And it's all heavily customized. Enough reading for today. Cya.
Yes, for the Xth time i remade my website from scratch with a handmade CMS. As usual i do my best to have an xhtml-valid website. Even text webbrowsers can render it correctly !
I hope that the new (web 3.0 certified) will suits you as much to me.