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Ultra-secure social networking promised by Secure Share

Secure Share is a very interesting project that aims to replace existing social networks with a far, far more secure platform upon which developers can build new distributes apps and services. Think of it a bit like a new version of Bit Torrent with an easy API for sending messages, relationships, streams, and status updates, and a prototype desktop client for bringing these together in a social networking interface.… Read the rest

Gtimelog: editing logs

Gtimelog is very simple. It provides no method of editing the log of how your time was spent.

Fortunately the program’s simplicity extends to its system files, which encourage easy manual editing, without the need for a separate interface for doing so.… Read the rest

Set up a local web development server on Fedora 16 with Apache

The following procedure allows you to run your own webserver on Fedora 16, so that you can develop web scripts and applications and test them locally without an Internet connection. I assume that you’re using Gnome 3. Run the stated commands in a terminal – accessible via alt+F2, enter: gnome-terminal [press enter]

Login as root:


Install the Apache webserver:

yum install httpd

Configure Apache to handle requests to your local website:

nano /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf… Read the rest