Another episode in the productive life of Mark Pilgrim: Dive into Greasemonkey
The recently released VMWare Player is designed to run existing virtual machines.
However, with a little tweaking, it is possible to run bootable CDs in it:
- Download a desired Live CD (e.g. DamnSmallLinux)
- Create a suitable .vmx file
- Start vmplayer with this vmx file and there it is:
A new OpenSSL version gives a new package including openssl-0.9.8a. Available here.
Ok, I thought I’d give it a try. So here is Xchat with SSL support. (OpenSSL 0.9.8 included). Just did a quick check with my BNC, seems to work. more testing welcome.
OpenSSL is a nasty piece of software to cross compile. I’ll polish the script I made a bit and put it online.
I made a new release of my xchat build. As usual, no nifty features, just plain xchat.
Grab it at the usual location.
Seems my Xchat package has been noticed by the community; I recently found a referrer from Wikipedia in my server’s logfile
I’m a bit surprised, ’cause it seems that this is the build with the least features available…Maybe I should think about an update…