For those people who like to customize vim to any level of comfort and perhaps want to know more on that,There is a really great book on vim itself.. Thats right folks ‘A byte of vim’ to be more precise.. Do google for it and you will be impressed by the power this editor has…… Read More I’m having a Byte..
Continuing with the works the Vbox instances can now be accessed by a client machine as well…. Its devised in such a way that the server has a set of pre-configured .vdi images of certain/all OS ;)…. Launch that from the client and it uses the VBoxHeadless mode of operation.. The Unfortunates however will have… Read More Update 2
Off late ,Ive been having a great time sitting in front of the computer and taking things one by one,letting them fall into place… Feels really good 🙂 Anyway as I have been working on Project Crossbow (aiming to provide an automation tool for the technology)…The work is almost done, with a few dry runs… Read More Update on Crossbow works
Off late Im pretty much sitting in front of the computer and learning /re-learning Solaris from scratch. Not to mention I’ve been working really hard in finishing some work as well…. With whatever time I get by the night.. I was trying out various things on the console. Since I was using VIM as my… Read More vim really fun.
Lately I have been hooked onto the outside world pretty much sitting inside my room . Any movie,any music/musical, was just a click away and thats when I stumbled upon something nice to read. Wouldn’t like to call this a blog but more of a journal I particularly liked the way the columnists describe their… Read More Can you WINK?
Continuing with my project work on Crossbow, the Libraries were almost completed and its the time to be thinking about a GUI, web based one to be more specific. After a lot of R&D work(which was basically asking my mentors) I decided to use CGI. REASON:? 1.I was writing it in Perl, studied it quite… Read More CGI programs,on opensolaris?
I have been working on my next project for quite sometime now .Its called CrossBow and the project is just as interesting as way the name was conceived. Just makes me wonder sometimes whether writing codes is difficult or coining a name of it? Anyway, Cossbow actually provides a way to set up all the… Read More The next step