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forwarding Syslog messages on localhost:514

Posted 08-18-2010 at 06:44 AM by marifran

I am using RHEL5.5.
In ideal case With the following configuration in the /etc/syslog.conf i should be able to receive all syslog messages on localhost:514 port.

*.* @localhost

I am not getting anything on localhost:514. However if additionally i give following in conf file.

*.* @localhost
*.* @remoteIP

In the I am receiving syslog messages on remoteIP:514 server. I tried to see straces and in strace it does not show any...
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Patience 3

Posted 08-18-2010 at 06:40 AM by brianL
Updated 08-18-2010 at 06:41 AM by brianL
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Sent an email to NewIT, and got a reply. Apparently the latest batch of plugs have a "slightly different processor" (no details given), and that has meant them having to make adjustments to "the images they supply on the units and SD cards" (a modified Ubuntu 9.04, etc). So I should get it next week. Fingers crossed. I don't know how or if this change to the processor will affect installing ARMedslack. It's a wait and see situation.
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Torrent Search - Torrent searching application for the Gnome desktop environment

Posted 08-18-2010 at 03:32 AM by sridhar11

Torrent Search is a torrent searching application for the Gnome desktop environment. It looks for torrent files on different websites, and allows the user to filter the results, making it very easy to find the torrent you want.

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ISP speed lies!

Posted 08-18-2010 at 02:06 AM by rich_c

I just read an article about how ISPs 'exaggerate' line speeds by claiming an average of 6.7mbps whereas the reality is around 3-4 on average. It kinda reminded me of going into an electrical store and buying some sort of HiFi/music related kit. They'll claim the amp will deliver 100 watts for example. Yeah. Peak to peak! I can't remember the exact formula for converting PP to a more 'realistic' measurement but I seem to recall the answer was somewhere around 2/3 - 1/2 of the claimed figure....
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The Toolkit Wars 2.0: GTK+ 3.0 vs. Qt 4 vs. Clutter

Posted 08-18-2010 at 12:30 AM by Kenny_Strawn (Kenny the one-teen comittee to stamp out Proprietary $uckware)

Now that GTK+ 2.90 (a.k.a. 3.0 Beta) is out, we now have three head-to-head toolkits, all with advanced graphics, to deal with. How do these toolkits stack up? That's up to your comments.

To start it with my opinion: I would put Clutter at the top, followed by Qt and lastly GTK+. The reason for this is that Cairo (being the drawing API in GTK+) is 2D instead of 3D, and we all know that's really old fashioned. Qt in contrast actually allows for 3D acceleration while Clutter is built...
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