For kicks I’ve decided to have a live version of an archived project I was working on. It is a website theme I was creating for the Hugo static website generator. Since I decided to move away from Hugo-based websites, I archived the project, but I think it’s still interesting to see how it was… Continue reading Archived: New OldNew Mashup Theme (Hugo)
I’ve added back my Linux Network Monitoring presentation from the archives. It’s almost fifteen (15) years old but some of the software discussed is still used for open source monitoring (although with updates). The document conversion wasn’t terribly exciting as this presentation used DocBook XML rather than SGML. It’s based on the docbook-slides stylesheet, but… Continue reading Archives: Linux Network Monitoring
I’ve added an undergraduate AI project I wrote called A Study of Selected Algorithms Against the Sherlock and Zebra Problems. It was an interesting exercise as the original report was written in DocBook, but an older version (3.x; the SGML variant) than is readily available nowadays. The document required some work to achieve conversion for… Continue reading Archives: A Conversion From DocBook SGML 3.x
This is from about 2009, but apparently there are still occasionally people trying to find it. So moving from oldsites to here.
Check the Debian Wiki first! Before reading this page you should try looking at the DebianCustomCD Page on the Debian Wiki because it is updated more frequently, and by more contributors. Possibly Simpler Alternatives One possible “alternative” to this procedure is to use the package simple-cdd. It is basically a wrapper around debian-cd and debpartial-mirror… Continue reading Debian Custom CD
Linux Network Monitoring Presentation ca. 2006
The binary constraint satisfaction problem (bcsp) is an important area of research because so many problems can be represented in this form [Kumar92]. For that reason this paper attempts to answer a number of questions about the use of bcsp’s using two different types of problem.