Realize that people define you, as you define your self. Respect your self to gain respect by others. Respect others and you gain respect of your self.
Mercurial has an excellent built-in extension for serving your code to other via http.
hg help serve
but hasnt have any authentication method.
You can, of course, use ssh to control access to your project, a http server (or wsgi).
In a few minutes i had textauth extension in my linux box.
Lets get started with:
[extensions] textauth = /FULL_PATH/textauth.py [textauth] file= /FULL_PATH/text.auth
touch /FULL_PATH/text.auth hg authedit -v -c ebal Enter password: ****** Verify password: ******
Now test it
And in another shell (machine/whatever):
hg clone http://example.com:8000 myproject.hg requesting all changes http authorization required realm: mercurial user: ebal password: ****** adding changesets adding manifests adding file changes added 1 changesets with 4 changes to 4 files updating to branch default resolving manifests getting ToDo getting help.html getting image.png getting myproject.py 4 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved
we didnt have any usb keyboard, so we used xvkbd for screen keyboard and then we downloaded firefox, openssh-server, x11vnc & mpd. Using mpc from our laptops we were listening streamed music from alix.
And all of that in only a 500Mhz cpu with only 256Mb Ram!!!
See some pictures
i’ve found that the difficult part on a business sale isnt actual to sell your services with opensource solutions, but to get the money !
i’ve found that the only useful answer to this question: “What is your operating system?” is to answer with “Plan9”, just for the fun of it
One Sunday without any Internet (by choice) can make you accomplish a lot of things you have postponed for weeks. Like cleaning the house!
1st try to install fedora 16 to kvm. Everything goes fine. Reboot to boot up the image and KERNEL PANIC !!!
playing with kvm and libvirt can full your 250gb disk even better that # yes > file ! Now i have to find WHAT to remove!!! Hello usb disk