Today we completed the first big development part of the KermIT project and we can consider it “really stable” for the production environments. Was stable even with all previouses versions, that means could already be used for production, but with this version we complete many useful things and we automate many setup/installation processes.
Important devs in the ChangeLog:
script to automatically configure SeLinux rules for KermIT
setup script for all post installation operations
New version of RestMCO (2.0-5), more flexible using POST messages
After the comment I received on my previous post: Chrome on iOS is not really Chrome. I try to investigate and make some tests on the device.
But (I like to put a “but” somewhere )… What of the real chrome we are losing? — (Read more)
I missed this app on the store, and find just browsing around. But… it’s an incredible news: no more safari on the iPhone. I think Apple changes all the rules for the AppStore. I know in the past was impossible for other societies to create anything that was an iPhone standard (like the browser)… same thing that Microsoft did for years with internet explorer. Something change in better
I just discovered that the router proposed by my ISP has a null security. I think (and hope) is just the custom firmware created by the Numericable ISP, but, in any case, with the EuroDocsis 3.0 you can get access to to the admin area (and change what you want) even if you don’t have the password. :S
After many and many, many, … tests, I finally got a working configuration for my MultiFunction Samsung Printer (SCX 3405W) with “Scan to PC” button.
This button allow a direct scan to a configured computer (Mac or Windows, even if the config in Windows is really simple and automatic) from your printer: you can remain on your printer (scanner), change as many document as you want, and go back to your computer just in the end with all documents saved in the desired format.