I am a developer of the modern web. And for more than a decade I am a rigorous practitioner of Open Source.
My day job at SUSE.com is hacking, operating and maintaining the Linux distribution development platform Open Build Service.
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fs-check checks file system sizes to see if they are getting too full.
It uses a configuration file that specifies the file systems to check,
e-mail contacts, trigger thresholds (percentage or amount used and
unused), and a report program to run. It includes fs-report, which
shows things like the largest files, the newest files, and core files.
It can be run from cron or as a daemon.
rlwrap uses the GNU readline library to allow the editing of keyboard
input for any other command. The input history is remembered across
invocations, separately for each command;history completion and search
work as in bash and completion word lists can be specified on the
Examples for OBS development. It has a long description because I can do it. This is for testing how the UI behaves with a long description. Is it fine? Is it really fine? Sure? I like long descriptions. Bonjour, je ne sais plus quoi écrire... Quelqu'un a une idée? J'ai besoin d'inspiration.
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This project was created for package ceph-grafana-image via attribute OBS:Maintained
This project was created for package pnmixer-git via attribute OBS:Maintained
This project was created for package ack via attribute OBS:Maintained
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This Perl script makes it easy to create MP3 files from an audio CD. It
tries to find the artist and song titles with the help of CDDB.
Mads Martin Joergensen
The server part (package knockd) listens to all traffic on an ethernet
(or PPP) interface, looking for special "knock" sequences of port hits.
This client makes these port hits by sending a TCP (or UDP) packet to a
port on the server. This port does not need to be open. Since knockd
listens at the link-layer level, it sees all traffic even if it is
destined for a closed port. When the server detects a specific sequence
of port hits, it runs a command defined in its configuration file. This
can be used to open up holes in a firewall for quick access.
This is the maintained, released version 2.10 of OBS.
Any development for further 2.10 releases (2.10.*) happens in the OBS:Server:2.10:Staging project.
An overview of our setup can be found in our development documentation at https://github.com/openSUSE/open-build-service/wiki/Overview-of-OBS%3AServer%3A%24VERSION
This is the maintained version 2.10 of OBS.
This is the maintained version 2.9 of OBS.
Temporary place for things we don't need anymore
These are the developer versions of the tools for the Open Build Service project. They are mainly used by the openSUSE instance.
Please use OBS:Server:2.10 for production environments unless told otherwise.