Tag: internet

Baïkal (CalDAV) 0.7.0 in Gentoo

Just this past week, the new version of of Baïkal (0.7.0)—a PHP CalDAV and CardDAV server based on Sabre—was released, and one of the key changes was that support was added for more modern versions of PHP (like 7.4). Since my personal Gentoo server is running the ~amd64 branch, I had to wait for this …

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Adobe Flash and Firefox 68+ in Gentoo Linux

Though many sites have abandoned Adobe Flash in favour of HTML5 these days, there are still some legacy applications (e.g. older versions of VMWare’s vSphere web client) that depend on it. Recent versions of Firefox in Linux (68+) started failing to load Flash content for me, and it took some digging to find out why. …

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Linux firmware for iwlwifi ucode failed with error -2

A couple weeks ago, I decided to update my primary laptop’s kernel from 4.0 to 4.5. Everything went smoothly with the exception of my wireless networking. This particular laptop uses the a wifi chipset that is controlled by the Intel Wireless DVM Firmware: #lspci | grep ‘Network controller’ 03:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Centrino Advanced-N …

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