I already wrote about tiny tiny RSS (tt-rss) in this article. So far, the login-mechanism of tt-rss was used. However, tt-rss also allows to use authentication mechanisms of an webserver, which allowes the usage of htAccess and htUser-Files.
The Horde framework is a great tool if you need a collaboration suite which is accessible from all over the world. In newer versions, Horde provides an rpc service which can be used to sync calendar-entries, contacts and notes. I … Read More »
Tiny Tiny RSS (aka „tt-rss„) is a very nice tool if you read many rss feads from various devices. It’s an alternative to Google Reader and runs on your own server. You only need a database (MySQL or Postgres) and … Read More »
Have I already noted that I love Jabber? Jabber is relly great, and sometime I will write my own bot framework for it. In my oppinion jabber has great opportunities beyond pure chatting. I use Jabber as a kind of … Read More »
DokuWiki is a very simple, PHP based wiki. It’s strengh is simplicity. It uses txt files for storage and runs on nearly every Webserver which supports PHP, no database needed. DokuWiki supports Users and ACLs, so it’s possible to allow … Read More »
I guess nearly every admin of a webserver knows the article ISP-style Email Server with Debian-Etch and Postfix 2.3 from workaround.org. I use a similar setup (with different pathes) for my private mailserver. I have a number of users and … Read More »
I love aliases. There are many useful shortcuts, e.g. „..“ as an alias for „cd ..“. If I got shell access to a system, I first install my version of vimrc, bashrc, bash_alias, and so on. I keep those files … Read More »