Since I'm I'm using real titles I guess I should make a real post, in which real things are mentioned. Unfortunately recently most of my time has been spent offline, doing things in and around Edinburgh.
However I have done a few things which are possibly worthy of mention. My Lenny repository has been updated a little:
- The Gimp
There's a slightly newer version of The Gimp available now, corresponding to a recent upload to unstable.
Once again I was forced to update the backported gtk-gnutella package, as my previous one was too old to connect to the network.
Finally I added a Lenny package for the itag software which is now essentially complete.
Of those things I had a lot of fun with the itag software. Partly because it allows me to horde my images in a way that I appreciate, but also because it made me go over some older images and be pleasantly suprised.
My personal archive, ~/Images, is now just over 80Gb, and goes back about ten years. (Of course the older images were taken with random point and shoot digital cameras and each images is only a few hundred k in size. The newer images, saved at full-resolution, may be 5Mb each.)
Otherwise I've been slowly deploying OpenLDAP in anger, which has been educational. I've got a minor problem to solve which is that (posix)group definitions don't seem to be working reliably, but otherwise I've got Apache authenticating against groups, SSH logins working, and the little brother database using the LDAP server as an address book. (Mail clients? mutt is the one true mail client. notmuchmail.org will be interesting when further developed, but everything else I'm going to ignore with my stubborn Yorkshire nature ;)
ObQuote: "Oh no no no, dead broad OFF THE TABLE!", from Shrek.
Tags: backports, itag, ldap, lenny, mutt, openldap No comments