Produktive Issue Tracking in Open Source

  • March 18th, 2016
Produktive Issue Tracking in Open Source

I have been doing IT "things" for roughly the past 27 years. within that timeframe, i came across the Open Source "Movement" around 1998.What caught my attention with opensource immediatly, was the fact, that i could interact with those projects. i didnt needed money (which i did not have as a schoolkid and a student) and i did not need much education in the field.I very early started comm... more

Have a Hauppauge WinTV HVR-930C HD usb dvb-c stick, still out of luck, but we’re getting there

  • October 2nd, 2015
Have a Hauppauge WinTV HVR-930C HD usb dvb-c  stick, still out of luck, but we’re getting there

About two years ago i was putting together my bags and my laptop, leaving for another place for a few months, i didnt knew much about that place, only that it had cable tv.of course i wanted to be able to watch some tv, with as little of hurdle as possible, so i grabbed myself a dvb-c tv usb stick for my laptop.lucky me, i grabbed the only stick, that has no gnu support, not even today. ... more

OpenVZ libvirt small howto

  • October 2nd, 2015
OpenVZ libvirt small howto

i have been running my projects on openvz for about the past 10 years, i like it because it is stable, and simple to handle.meanwhile on my workstation i have been using libvirt in combination with kvm and qemu for about the same time to test operating systems and network setups as well as coding for certain environments.libvirt is the management framework that made it easy for me to confi... more

PFsense: How to bypass a vpn connection for a single ip

  • August 1st, 2015
PFsense: How to bypass a vpn connection for a single ip

This time i want to show you something, that i think many peoples have already had a need for once in a while.I am using a VPN provider, i am sure alot of you do as well, its a pretty neat service, you connect to them, and they root all your traffic through their vpn.but what if you wanted to have a certain ip, maybe a server, like a mailserver, not being routed through that vpn but rather... more

Writing your own ModSecurity rules

  • July 29th, 2015
Writing your own ModSecurity rules

ModSecurity is a module, which is available for Webservers, it implements a Web application firewall, in short a "WAF".Web application firewalls help network administrators to secure the calls that are being made to websites, i.e. to avoid all the common attacks like xss or sql injection attacks.most of those solutions cost alot of money, thus theyre unfeasible for personal usage, ModS... more

Finding the optimum blogging client for my needs

  • July 28th, 2015
Finding the optimum blogging client for my needs

After testing a bunch of blogging clients, it seems i finally got a hang of one that fits my needs=)it is called ScribeFireand it integrates in my Favorite Browser Firefox as well as into Chrome and Chromium.It makes posting blog entries very easy, you just install the addon, click on ScribeFire, click on add blog to connect to your blog, and you will have the option to add blog en... more

Welcome to Neverslair Blog v4

  • July 27th, 2015
Welcome to Neverslair Blog v4

Finally!!!After about 2 years of absence for my place in cyberspace, i am bringing it finally back online, alot has happened since, so i hope i will have the chance to blog at least a bit about the changes in my life.I had to rebuild my website from scratch after the sudden disappearance of my former friend and hoster who hosted it for me.backups where also managed by that guys vms, so... more