fsse.info has come back alive as fsse8info.wordpress.com
Pardus is a Turkish GNU/Linux distro.
Pardus aims to
- provide full Turkish support by making the character structure compatible to Turkish (UTF-8 compatibility) and by making all the messages and documents visible to users into Turkish.
- ensure that it is an operating system which can be installed and used more easily than the existing Linux distributions and other competitive operating systems.
- to be designed in a modular configuration which can achieve the required flexibility and high performance with a task-based and human-focused approach rather than a tool-based and technology-based one.
- home page http://www.pardus.org.tr/eng/info.html
- wiki http://en.pardus-wiki.org/Main_Page
- flickr http://www.flickr.com/groups/pardus/
- frappr http://www.frappr.com/pardus
- ftp ftp://ftp.pardus.org.tr/pub/pardus/
- svn http://svn.pardus.org.tr/
- bugs http://bugs.pardus.org.tr/
- mail list http://liste.pardus.org.tr/pardus-announce/2008-June/000037.html
I've been readin the Apache Httpd Logs documentation for version 1.3, 2.0 and 2.2 :
and noticed that in Apache Httpd 2.2 there are a couple of new modules / features that could be very useful for any development servers you run !
mod_log_forensic provides for forensic logging of client requests. Logging is done before and after processing a request, so the forensic log contains two log lines for each request. The forensic logger is very strict with no customizations. It can be an invaluable debugging and security tool.
Ubuntu 8.04 LTS (Long Term Support) Desktop and Server Editions are now available !
If you want to run Ubuntu VM guests you might be very interested in Ubuntu Server Edition JeOS or if you want a lightweight Ubuntu for old low spec hardware (ie PII with 256M of RAM) you could try Xubuntu !
Ubuntu Open Week is taking place from Mon 22nd Oct – Sat 27th Oct on IRC in #ubuntu-classroom.
Ubuntu have organised a week long menu of IRC events that touch many different areas of the Ubuntu community.
Ubuntu Open Week is a series of online workshops where you can:
learn about the Ubuntu landscape
talk to some of the key developers from the Ubuntu project
find out about the Community and its relationship with Canonical
participate in an open Q&A with Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of Ubuntu