Tag: Configuration

Install Canon Imagerunner on CUPS

The Canon Imagerunner is a series of office printers/copy machines which typically can be accessed on the network as all modern printers. Obviously, to be able to print on a printer you need the right printer driver. Basically, a printer driver is a small piece of software that translates a typical printable format1 to the …

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Trac Failes After Portupgrade On FreeBSD

Recently I upgraded my FreeBSD1 ports with `portupgrade -a`. Everything seems to be fine but I discovered later that something was wrong with the Python installation. I use Trac for the OnionCat page and it showed an error message: “TracError: Cannot load Python bindings for SQLite” (see Fig.). Actually I discovered this by accident while …

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Moving a WordPress Network Site to HTTPS

This article describes how to move an existing Worpress site which runs in a WordPress network from HTTP to HTTPS. It was tested with WordPress version 3.5 and an Apache web server 2.2.22. Moving a web site from HTTP to HTTPS is basically not difficult. If you are using the Apache web server, you have …

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A not so trivial IPv6 tunnel setup

History and blahblah Since several years I am dealing with IPv6. To be more exact, this is since about 2007 when we started to talk about the DNS-leak-problem of Tor. At the end of 2008 way came up with Onioncat at the 25C3. Although it did not solve the original problem it still is a …

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Kmail does not ask for PGP password

A few days ago I fucked up my Debian installation. It ran properly for several years but because of mixing different repositories (squeeze, wheezy, backports,…) aptitude somehow lost track about packet versions. I spent several hours but was unable to fix it. It just got worse. Thus, I decided to do a completely fresh installation …

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Configuring a WordPress Network (without login loop)

Using a WordPress network seems to be interesting as soon as you run multiple WordPress instances on different domain names. You can safe a lot of work using a network installation because you have to maintain just one software installation. That’s what we did here. There is a great page with configuration instructions found here. …

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