Category: Linux

Varnish, Ispconfig and apache2’s access-log

My web server that hosts this site, is running on Debian GNU/Linux with Apache2, Varnish and the management software Ispconfig.

This combination means that the default access log, logged 127.0.0.1 as the remote address (Varnish’s IP). This simple change to the file /etc/apache2/sites-available/ispconfig.conf

Change:

LogFormat “%v %h %l %u %t \”%r\” %>s %B \”%{Referer}i\” \”%{User-Agent}i\”” combined_ispconfig CustomLog “| /usr/local/ispconfig/server/scripts/vlogger -s… Read more »

The Coolest Merge EVER – My take

Linus Torvalds wrote about “The coolest merge EVER!” back in June 20051 now I needed to do something similar a while back.

I had two git repositories that I use for database backup, the two repositories contains backup from a different mysql server in a master-slave setup and therefor contains mostly the same data. This… Read more »

KRegExpEditor

Inspired by some patches I found on kde-apps, I’ve started working on the great KDE application KRegExpEditor, developed by Jesper K. Pedersen from blackie.dk.

I don’t have commit access to KDEs repositories and KRegExpEditor is still in the old SVN-repository, so I’ve created a temporary project on gitorious located here http://gitorious.org/kregexpeditor/kregexpeditor

The first thing I’ll do is fixing some… Read more »

Now a Supporting member of KDE e.V.

And now to something I’ve very passionate about, OpenSource and specifically KDE.

A few months back KDE e.V. started the “Join the Game”-campaign1,

asking people to give financial support to the KDE project. And as I’ve loved KDE for almost as long as I’ve been using Linux, I decided to join the game and… Read more »

Backup using encryption and gmail

Today I was a bit bored, so I wrote a script to backup up my personal svn repository. I use my svn-server for my personal projects and to keep a history of my personal documents. So I don’t want to loose the data in my repository.

The repository is already on a RAID1, but I don’t think this is enough…. Read more »