Spamassassin rules, or why my important e-mails get stuck in my anti-spam?

When using spamassassin, you might happen to realize that some important e-mail has been filtered out for some kind of wierd reason. The e-mail will be classified as spam and get an introduction like this: Content analysis details: (32.9 points,…

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Tips and tricks for using pseudo CSS in OpenLaszlo 4

[digg=http://www.digg.com/programming/Tips_and_tricks_for_using_pseudo_CSS_in_OpenLaszlo_4] Having had to deal with this stuff lately with the Dokeos videoconference development, I thought it might be useful. The mainstream page is located on the Dokeos wiki, so in the following weeks, I recommend, looking at it over…

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Howto stop a MacBook from heating and being noisy

My brother sent me a link this week-end to a blog article talking about a patch for the Radeon graphics card of my MacBook Pro. Well, I just tried it and I must say it is working *wonderfully well*. Since…

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A few things about CakePHP, PostgreSQL and Xapian

While on part-time holidays from Dokeos, I’m looking into some of the stuff I will need to be aware of when working on Dokeos for the next year. I think you can call that technology watch. Anyway, I’m looking into…

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Howto stop a MacBook Pro from short-circuiting you

My girlfriend has read somewhere (I don’t know where exactly) that the very light but very annoying short-circuits you get from the metallic case of a MacBook Pro sold in Europe is due to a failure of Apple’s manufacturer to…

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Update 3 for Flash 9 Linux – Still no V4L2 or GStreamer support

[digg=http://www.digg.com/linux_unix/Flash_9_update_3_for_Linux_No_web_cam_support] A new version of this article has been compiled here to cover version 10 of the Flash plugin which reportedly supports V4L2 in its second beta version! Mike Melanson, the (only?) developer assigned by Adobe to the Linux port…

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SCORM, learning paths and the prerequisites

I’ve mentioned SCORM before, but I didn’t enter into the details. I won’t do that today either, but I’ve just been working on a bug with the handling of prerequisites in the learning paths in Dokeos, which implies a somewhat…

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Linux CIFS Client

This article was first written in February 2006 for the BeezNest technical website (http://glasnost.beeznest.org/articles/328). Extract from the Linux CIFS Client homepage: The CIFS VFS is a virtual file system for Linux to allow access to servers and storage appliances compliant…

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