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CollectionSpace Catalog Server Automated Server stop and start script for systemd
by Hawke Robinson published Jun 21, 2021
This is not elegant but it works for our development CollectionSpace Catalog server. A more refined version will be setup for the production environment later as we learn more about Cspace. This is specific to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
Completely Giving Up on KDE4's Kmail2
by Hawke Robinson published Jun 03, 2015 last modified Oct 25, 2015 11:59 PM — filed under:
I have gladly used Kmail for more than a dozen years. When KDE4 started pushing Kmail2, I lived with the growing pains of transition. But enough already. It has been years and years, and Kmail2 just gets more and more broken with each release!
Critical Thinking About Microservices vs. Bandwagoneering - The Latest Buzzword Bingo: Microservices, Containerization, etc.
by Hawke Robinson published Jun 03, 2021 last modified Nov 23, 2021 01:18 PM — filed under:
Every profession is rife with buzzwords, and tech is replete with them. The specific details change, though the basics remain the same, and often recycle old-as-new every 20 years or so. This posting discusses the current bandwagon buzzwords about old-is-new microservices and monoliths primarily, though with some ancillary mentions regarding containerization, and more on Jitsi.
Debian Stretch 9.5 and Trinity Desktop Environment TDE
by Hawke Robinson published Aug 20, 2018 last modified Dec 26, 2018 12:19 AM — filed under:
I am sick and tired of KDE4 & KDE5 being so awful. I can't stand the totally unproductive interfaces of Gnome. I find the minimalist Desktops pitiful. By far the most productive Desktop Environment was KDE 3.5. But long dead right? Thank goodness, no, there is TDE aka Trinity to save the day! I hope. Here I will log my experiences with Trinity Desktop Environment from the beginning, and progression.
Debunking the Linux 1% market share myth?
by Hawke Robinson published Apr 05, 2011 last modified Sep 10, 2015 04:26 PM
This article by Caitlin Martin on the Oreilly website is a little old, September 2010, but not too ancient. But I was just chatting with Dell they officially abandoned sales of Linux systems, ALL of them, in the middle of 2010. What a strange contrast in information. Anyhow, though not definitive, she does makes some excellent points that Linux market share is more likely 8-10% at least, and backs it up with some reasonaable explanations and reports. A worthy read for Linux critics and supporters...
Discord on CentOS 7
by Hawke Robinson published Jan 09, 2019 — filed under: , ,
Quick notes on install Discord on CentOS7
Discord With Discourse
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 17, 2016 last modified Dec 02, 2016 02:04 PM — filed under: , , , ,
The people at Discourse.org should be embarrassed, if not downright ashamed, with their product and founder. Do not use the Discourse forum product or services. I can now recommend people instead consider using NodeBB, NOT Discourse.
Django-cms on CentOS 7
by Hawke Robinson published Nov 12, 2019 last modified Nov 12, 2019 01:57 AM — filed under: , , ,
Since we are trying to drop Plone and evaluate moving to Django we are evaluating various options. Centos needs extra steps to be able to install Django and Django-cms and to use it. here are some notes as guidance and reminder.
Do Not Use ISPConfig
by Hawke Robinson published Mar 30, 2016 — filed under: , , ,
Against my decades of experience and better judgement, and giving into laziness, I went ahead and installed ISPConfig about a year ago. Big mistake!
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by Hawke Robinson published Oct 25, 2015