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Android Nexus 4 – Still can’t ’empty trash’…

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

I was annoyed enough by ‘pop email’ issues during my first pass at Android that I simply returned the device. As mentioned previously, Google hardware is Google-Centric and, most likely, will force you to use other Google products & services – if you want to use Google hardware in an independent manner then you have Continue reading →

Linux Contact/Schedule/More Device Sync with Funambol

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

This post is part of my review of the Nexus 4 (2012) phone from Google… I may provide more details about using Funambol in a future post… Funambol – a ‘private cloud’ (or cloud) based solution; in 12/2012 this does not appear to work out-of-the-box guessing due to Tomcat-network-related-features (i.e. seems that the download includes Continue reading →

BSD Milter-greylist smfi_main error – won’t start after ‘system upgrade’

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Ok, you have a system that you partially manage (the ISP updates/installs ‘system’ level goodies like networking, foundation email binaries, system level libraries, etc.) All works well for months (or longer) and then, you start getting SPAM from Country ZZ (which you are sure you ‘banned’ using milter-greylist.)  Hmm..  In my, case I also get Continue reading →

RRDTool Graphs – refining Color Temperature Gradients

Monday, May 28th, 2012

So, what happens when you have a ‘hole’ in your RRD data source upon which you base a color gradient?   RRD Graph – gaps in data – attic-temps-Zone-Y   The first version of this graph used a gradient peak that was two points above the peak – but the holes were still there… The Continue reading →

Creating A Custom Hot to Cold Temperature Color Gradient for use with RRDTool

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

It seemed like a simple idea – write a script to generate a color gradient (hot to cold, i.e. Violet -> Red -> Orange -> Yellow -> Green -> Blue) that I could just ‘plugin’ and use. After spending some time with this the solution is simple a custom choice.  I found that some gradients Continue reading →

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