Ubuntu 8.04, aka Hardy Heron

After some time, I am back with a “simple user” review of Hardy Heron:

http://arstechnica.com/reviews/os/hardy-heron-review.ars

The article recounts all the features of an Ubuntu installation, plus some new ones. Noteworthy is Wubi, an installation of Ubuntu in Windows, that is manageble from Add/Remove Programs. That, in my opinion, hits the spot for users that are reluctant to Boot-Partition-Install-Dual boot with no way back. I know my way around boot managers, but even I don’t mess around with my windows installation (too many sleepless nights installing windows after a failed OS installation, and right before a deadline).

Trac, SVN quick howto on a linux Debian

In the following, I will present a mini guide to setup Trac 0.10.3 and SVN services on a Linux Debian stable.

I needed a per project authentication both in trac and in svn.

I just finished it, seems to be working, will check it out in a few days, hope it does not burn your PC 🙂 and that I did not forget anything crucial.
Careful when copy pasting code, the double quotes get messed up.

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