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Arthur van der Vant
comment 6
Nagios or Icinga users probably know the problem that neither the default plugin packages (nagios-plugins-basic and -standard) nor the few other plugin packages ship all the plugins you need to monitor your hardware and software properly.
comment 1
comment 8

Nice work but shouldn`t it be

calendar2.addCalendarToWidget(mytextclock, "%s")

instead of

calendar2.addCalendarToWidget(datewidget, "%s")

Paul Hedderly
one-liner version

vim -s <(echo gg=G:wq)

But that depends on Bash for the process substitution.

Simon J Mudd
Thanks for post but still struggling

Thanks for your post which almost got me going with a GuruPlug Plus on Debian Squeeze. However, I'm still having trouble getting this to work with LVM. My blog article mentions the details (timing of when device mapper and storage and LVM are run it seems.

Since you seem to have solved many of the problems with GuruPlug perhaps you have some ideas?

Philipp Kern
Yay, buildd FUD

It's still unclear to me if we (as the Debian community) really want that, given that the new resolver is not predictable while the old one was.

Apart from that: maybe you might want to try to rebase the buildd-0.60.0 branch in the repository onto the new version and test that it works. So far, given the fast pace of upstream with no testing at all of buildd, my attempts to do that failed. So we're diverged again for the time being until someone shakes out the bugs. (Of which there normally are plenty.)

But whining on Planet is oh so much more helpful than filing a bug against buildd.d.o or at least ping d-wb-team@ for proper discussion.

Image Quality

I can confirm the issue about the bad image quality. Is it the new poppler library or is it possible to adjust somewhere in the code the import quality.

Thx for the impressive work