Month: April 2009

  • Installing Debian Lenny on an Asus EeePC 900, part one

    On Friday I got an Asus EeePC 900 that I had ordered a few days earlier. Now after having looked at the Xandros system that is installed on them when they are sold, it’s time to install Debian on it and become happy. I’m following the instructions on and will install by booting from […]

  • Moved to a real domain, pretty please, update your links, feeds and bookmarks

    Like the title says, yesterday I bought, and today I shifted over everything to it. the new URL to this site, please excuse me, and update your links, bookmarks and feeds. is the URL directly to my photo gallery, without going through WordPress. The old address is now properly permanently redirected […]

  • Conviction in The Pirate Bay trial, only a beginning

    Yesterday, Fredrik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, Peter Sunde and Carl Lundstr√∂m, were each sentenced to one year in prison and ordered to pay 30 million kronor in damages, by The Stockholm District Court. The four, who have denied any wrongdoing, are expected to appeal the verdict and have previously vowed to take the case as […]

  • Exchanging apache2-mpm-prefork for apache2-mpm-worker, and using php5-cgi on Debian to improve performance

    Running a webserver on a Xen guest with a limited amount of memory, and serve dynamic content, makes one wanting to optimize it, or switch to another webserver, ¬†like lighttpd. I was close to doing that, but I like my current apache setup, so I tried something else instead, which seems to have worked nicely […]