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I came across some confusing errors when combining patch_socket, patch_ssl of Gevent 0.13.0 (the one in Ubuntu 11.10) and Mercurial today. If you get this error:
__init__() got an unexpected keyword argument ‘ciphers’
update your Gevent version to at least 0.13.1. That should resolve your issue. Good luck!

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Git op eduserv

Onder invloed van Nicolas ben ik een eindje terug git-gebruiker geworden. Git is een snel versiecontrolesysteem (version control system), zoals svn, maar dan anders. Een groot verschil is dat git ‘distributed’ is. Wat dat precies inhoudt ga ik hier niet uitleggen, wikipedia kan dat veel beter.
Vorige week kreeg ik plots het idee om een […]

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I’m subscribed to a few gaming-related blogfeeds and Lost Garden is one of my favorites. Today Lost Garden’s Danc posted a new game prototyping challenge: “Play With Your Peas“. The challenge is to build a game based on Danc’s game idea, using his (free!) graphics. The game idea and the graphics were both very attractive, […]

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Deze week wilde ik wat C programmeren in vim op eduserv. Jammergenoeg lukte het me niet om de syntax highlighting aan de gang te krijgen. Ik kreeg enkel wat onderstreepte keywords. Op aanraden van Ikke heb ik wat geprutst met de TERM variabele, maar niets leek te werken. ’s Avonds dan maar een mailtje gestuurd […]

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Fuse and FCO’s

A few days ago Ikke was experimenting with FUSE. I had read about FUSE on Planet Gnome, but I never really looked into its possibilities. It seems though that FUSE could provide a solution for the first problem I mentioned at the end of my previous post. Writing a FUSE filesystem doensn’t seem to be […]

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Automatic file-sorting

My home directory is a mess. I have all kinds of files on my Desktop, in my downloads directory, in a Media directory, everywhere. The reason for this is that I’m too lazy to move new files into their appropriate directories. Especially when I’m downloading stuff. The ideal situation would be to have all my […]

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Due to the fact that the screenshot tool had a bug at the time I gave remote X windows a try on the N770, I could’t post any ‘proof’.
But, that screenshot-bug has been solved, and I connected my N770 to the fresh install of Ubuntu Linux so I could take shoot some screens. It took […]

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Some topics on internettablettalk.com have great views on what the N770 might have to offer in the future. One nice possibility is forwarding X sessions to a N770. I started with forwarding Gedit from my pc to my N770, but later on I had a go at ‘oowriter2′ (OpenOffice.org 2 Writer), Supertux and The Gimp. […]

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It’s been a (very) long time since I have posted here (again), but I bought myself a Nokia 770 last week, and it took me a lot of time to get it on the net, so I thought I’d share how I got it to work.
First off, some interesting links:

Host to host bluetooth on the […]

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I’m working on a new Jabber bot: HangBot. It should be able to let the user play small text-based games. Atm, playing Hangman (which is the game the bot is named after) and some other basic functions work. The next task on the list is making the menu-class more flexible so other games can be […]

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