Drupal Simplenews, MIME Mail, Blank Pages, and HTTP 500 errors

Well I've been banging my head against the wall trying to get the Simplenews module for Drupal working properly after having to move hosting providers.

The issue was partly of my own desire to run PHP 5.2 on CentOS 5.x. After moving providers I wanted to get my new VPS ready to run Drupal 7 when it's released and it requires PHP 5.2.

Samba 3.4 on CentOS 5 - RPMs available - Resolve winbind issues with Windows Server 2008 R2

A friend of mine uses Samba and winbind on his CentOS Linux boxes for user and group information and Kerberos for authentication. He upgraded his domain controllers recently to Windows Server 2008 R2 and suddenly his winbind authentication broke.

Fedora RPM Packages of Google Chromium

So I've wanted to try out Google Chrome on Fedora, but I'm kind of a purist in that I only like to install software on my workstation that comes packaged in an RPM. Many times if software is not available in RPM format I'll build my own with our in-house Koji buildsystem. Koji is the same system that the Fedora Project uses to build it's packages (http://koji.fedoraproject.org).

Asterisk GUI RPM

So I was building RPM packages for the Asterisk GUI when it was the 1.0 branch. I haven't done work on the package in quite a while and I finally got around to building some new RPM packages for Fedora.

These Asterisk GUI RPMs are from the current SVN 2.0 branch and the SVN revision number is in the package name (e.g. RPM asterisk-gui-0.4986-3.fc11.noarch.rpm is SVN version 4986).

I try to do basic testing with the RPMs after they are built and they WorkForMe(tm) before I post them. YMMV.

TweetDeck Installation Errors On Linux- 2004, 5007

Twitter is all the rage these days and I've been using one of the more popular desktop Twitter applications - TweetDeck http://www.tweetdeck.com. TweetDeck runs on top of Adobe AIR - http://www.adobe.com/products/air/.

My day-to-day OS on my workstation is Linux (Fedora 10 to be exact). I installed Adobe AIR and TweetDeck with no issues on the initial installation.

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