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Gitlab registry and upload problems which Apache as proxy

I use Gitlab CE already for quite a while and started with integrated CI recently. I really love the ability to run tests automatically and see the results...

My new Perl project uses some modules from CPAN, well, more or less every project does, and I started using Dist::Zilla. This is a different story to tell...

However, with Dist::Zilla I'm now able to get all dependencies and test my project properly. What else do I need, yes, a docker container besides a nice .gitlab-ci.yml file.

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add-apt-repository and proxy settings

I always had the problem that the global proxy settings I set for Gnome weren't recognised by

add-apt-repository

. Therefore adding new repository from Launchpad was a pain in the neck.

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Resolve incoming conflicts with SVN automatically

OK, you might expect that I have the killer tool that really solves merge conflicts automatically, but this one-liner is much simpler.

I sometimes update my local sandbox from the SVN repository and it happens that I get merge conflicts for some reasons. Mainly this happens for XML files that are re-ordered internally although having the same content in fact.

Therefore I regularly face the problem that I could simply solve the conflicts by accepting all incoming versions or by staying with mine.

This one-liner helps here

 

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Updated Debian Lenny eAccelerator packages again (AMD64)

And again there are some updated packages for eAccelerator 0.9.5.3 on Debian (AMD64)

If you update the packages using my repository you'll get them anyway.

Update: I finally created the 0.9.6 packages for AMD64.

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Backporting Subversion 1.6 to Debian Etch

Unfortunately I've to use a machine running Debian Etch. Yes, that's pretty old and it should definetily updated to Lenny asap, BUT I'm not the admin... *sigh*

It's getting even harder since we'd like to use Subversion 1.6 on that machine for some reason. Firstly because of the better reintegration mechanisms compared to 1.5. Therefore I'm trying to backport the current Squeeze packages to Etch.

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Updated Debian Lenny eAccelerator packages (AMD64)

There are security updates for PHP on Debian Lenny amd therefore I updated the eAccelerator package.

If you run aptitude update; aptitude safe-upgrade regularly against my repository you'll get them anyway.

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Roundcube installer (version 0.3) and eAccelerator

I use Roundcube mail from time to time, but faced some errors or weird behaviour regularly. I therefore decided to re-install the latest stable version, which is 0.3 at the time of this writing.

It was quite easy the last time, so I expected having it done in minutes. I failed!! I regularly got empty pages and wasn't able to run through the installer... *sigh* After a while of debugging the code, I got the idea that eAccelerator might cause the trouble and added

  1. php_admin_value eaccelerator.enable 0

to my Apache's vhost settings.

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Meizu M6, Rhythmbox and HAL

I already wrote about my Meizu M6 and Rhythmbox and how to get them working together. This time HAL, the hardware abtraction layer in recent Linux systems is involved.

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Debian Lenny eAccelerator packages (AMD64)

As I already explained I use the eAccelerator packages from Andrew McMillan.

Unfortunately he didn't compile new packages for Debian Lenny. Therefore I took his work as starting point and compiled the packages for the latest Lenny updates for the amd64. The i386 packages will follow soon.

You can find the packages at my repository or add it to your sources.list

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Success of policyd-weight and RBL

As I already told I'm using policyd-weight for SPAM protection purposes. Since I'm always curious how it behaves I use the mailgraph to get some statistics from my logs.

If you look on the number of past week's sent and received mails is approx. 0.13 mail/minute.

Sent/received mails

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