With that in mind, I have backported bacula-2.0.3-4 from Debian Testing (lenny) and set up an apt repository for anyone else who needs it.
A handy little script to output all possible foreground and background ANSI colors to a terminal, complete with their codes for building nice looking terminal prompts.
Continue reading show_colors.sh
I recently converted from Arkeia (a horribly overpriced and buggy piece of software) to Bacula (a free, stable, higher performance alternative). At the same time I upgraded my backup server to Debian Etch and started having a problem where my tape library would alternatively show up as either /dev/sg0 or /dev/sg2 depending on what order things were powered up. Obviously that presents a problem if certain pieces of software expect your auto changer to located at a certain device node in /dev.
This can be fixed by making a custom udev rule…
This is a build of MythTV 0.20, svn revision 12662. Both the front end itself as well as the full MythTV package are included. This build is for Intel Mac’s only. If there is enough demand I will make one for PowerPC.
Be aware that I have not actually used the MythTV server portion on Mac OS X. I do use this MythFrontend build on a regular basis however.
Well here it is. I’ve finally converted to the dark side.
Ill be moving content over from the old site Real Soon Now(tm).