I want to announce the implementation of Googles reCaptcha in the Linux Counter Project for the registration and the contact page. I’ve also implemented Memcached to speed things up. Sessions and database queries now get stored in memcache. Hope you enjoy it. 🙂 Alex
Hey there! I just wanted to announce, that the Linux Counter Project also is represented in IRC on the freenode network in channel #linuxcounter (since some years already!). So if you want to contact me or just want to talk about nonsense things, then come and visit me! 🙂 Best regards Alex
Yes! Finally it is done! I’ve just finished the last things on the development of the NEW Linux Counter! Everything seems to work like a charm, no bugs reported, no problems, nothing. So now I start with implementing NEW stuff. For example the detail pages for the cities and countries. So when clicking on a […]
Anybody wants to maintain a [put your preferred distribution here] repository for the lico-update.sh script?
Hello all! The new lico-update.sh script is finished and works like a charm and now it is time to think about the best solutions to make it public and easiest to use for everyone. This is why I now ask you all if there is anybody who is willing to put this script into a […]
Every linux adminsitrator knows this problem: You have a very, really very big file like a great MySQL dump and now you need to cut a small part from it, like the create table definition of one single table. It is quiet simple to find the line numbers that you want to cut from the […]
We want to welcome you all on the very new blog of the Linux Counter Project! This blog is intended to always provide the latest news around the Counter and also some articles, tutorials and tipps and tricks around Linux. You’ll hopefully find here in the future what you are searching. If you want to […]