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[ratings] More and more providers change to dual stack to make their servers ready for the future. Dual stack means running IPv4 and IPv6 parallel on servers. The magic date for several providers is 6 June 2012, from then on dual stack should work for daily use. I want to participate and made this site accessible through IPv6 today. Get more information at www.worldipv6launch.org...

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As you may have noticed, we were discussing things about newer kernels and drivers in the comments of Dockstar/Goflex: new Kernel 3.1.10 ready to use. With that in mind I started up my VM and looked at what I’ve got there in /usr/src – there was a compiled 3.2.1 that initially wouldn’t boot. But following davy’s guide to upgrade U-Boot makes that one boot.

Taking a look at kernel.org made me jealous… Here it is – a fully working 3.3.3:

Forum First of all: Thanks to all voters! As you can see a forum is appreciated. But over all I decided not to add vBulletin for now due to the low number of voters against licence costs. But a free one should show the response on a forum. Till the end of the month everything should be set up. [poll id="2"] Server Don't worry if you don't reach my site someday next week. I will be moving to another server which means I...

[ratings] Do you often buy things in the internet? Are you annoyed of copy-pasting the tracking id from the delivery confirmation mail to the DHL website? My extension makes this problem to be a thing of the past! Rightclick on a selected tracking id: The context menu entry takes you directly to the DHL infopage of your parcel. On the optionspage you can make a list of urls where this extension should be enabled. In addition the language of the...

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When I was visiting a friend’s webblog some days ago I realized he was using a valid ssl certificate. My first thought was: How did he get the cert, I want one for my site!

With that in mind I searched the web to get some more information about certificates for free. The solution is you can get class 1 ssl certs validated for one year for private use. It allows you to secure the root domain and one subdomain of your choise.
I want to show you how easy it is to get one of these from StartSSL and how you set up apache to secure the communication with your site.