KO Myung-Hun | 22 Mar 08:13 2014

Uniaud16 repository access


I emailed to Adrian privately. But I've not received any replies, so I
post here.

I want to access to uniaud16 repository, but it requires authorization.
Is it possible for me to access to uniaud16 repository ?


KO Myung-Hun

Using Mozilla SeaMonkey 2.7.2
Under OS/2 Warp 4 for Korean with FixPak #15
In VirtualBox v4.1.28 on Intel Core i7-3615QM 2.30GHz with 8GB RAM

Korean OS/2 User Community : http://www.ecomstation.co.kr

Adrian Gschwend | 15 Mar 20:07 2014

Filesystem updates

Hi everyone,

Tonight I will update the kernel on the netlabs server to a new version
which includes the new patch which hopefully fixes my filesystem issues.

I'm currently compiling the kernel and once it's ready I will shut down
all services, take a snapshot of the current state, do the update and
restart again.

I will give a feedback when the update was done. Still takes 1-2 hours
till everything is compiled I guess.




Adrian Gschwend
 <at>  netlabs.org

ktk [a t] netlabs.org
Open Source Project

Paul Ratcliffe | 14 Mar 11:09 2014

Repository access

How can I get my "pr" userid, as previously used on CVS, to work now with
SVN please?
And can I get permissions (or whatever) enabled to allow checkins on
xwphelpers, xwpwidgets and xworkplace repositories?


Lars Erdmann | 9 Mar 20:18 2014

trac comes down to a crawl

Hallo Adrian,

I don't know what is going on but trac is dog slow.
svn via browser is ok but takes long otherwise (using an SVN client).
Can you have a look ?



Andreas Schnellbacher | 1 Mar 09:40 2014

WPSTK: conversion to SVN set LF as line end

Hello all,

on trying to set the env for XWLAN one has to set paths for WPSTK.

All line ends (I checked wpstk\trunk\bin\*.cmd) were changed to LF.
Could someone with a better knowledge of SVN than me fix that?



Adrian Gschwend | 12 Feb 11:33 2014


Hi everyone,

Sorry for the downtime, the blade server at the ISP had issues with
hardware/firmware and as I don't have to pay anything they were
obviously not fixing it outside office hours. This is not related to the
issues we had before.

All services should be back now




Adrian Gschwend
 <at>  netlabs.org

ktk [a t] netlabs.org
Open Source Project

Andreas Buchinger | 9 Feb 12:58 2014

webdav access to wlan

Hi Adrian,
it seems I do not have webdav access to wlan directory.

Can you check please?

user AndiB

Gabriele Gamba | 1 Feb 15:18 2014


Hi all,

I'm trying to print on a networked Samsung-ML3310ND that I have at 
office. Test is from an eCS 2.2 beta, using the included CUPS stuff, the 
new "Install printer" utility from Alex and the printer-specific PPD 
file from Samsung.

Both the WPS printer object and the CUPS printer definition have been 
correctly created (so it seems), but when I access CUPS through 
localhost:631 I see the following error message:

"Filter "/cups/lib/cups/filter/rastertospl.exe" for printer 
"Samsung-ML3310ND" not available: No such file or directory"

This is true, as rastertospl.exe is not there. There are 
rastertoqpdl.exe (from Splix package I guess) and others, but no 
rastertospl.exe. Where is defined in the installation process the right 
filter to select?

Thanks for any hint and bye

Lars Erdmann | 8 Jan 14:31 2014

Netlabs refuses TRAC and SVN access


I get a message that the connection was refused. What happened ? It 
worked a few days ago.


Adrian Gschwend | 3 Jan 15:38 2014

Subversion & TRAC separation

Hi group,

As you might remember there are issues with netlabs.org Subversion
commits using newer SVN versions (I think it started with SVN 1.6 IIRC).
As a result of this it is not possible to commit with a new Subversion
version to a netlabs.org repository.

This seems to be an Apache bug I reported but which didn't get any
attention by the programmers so I think it was time for a "final"
workaround. There was svn2.netlabs.org which "fixed" it but all URLs had
to be adjusted, not really nice.

Now I circumvented the issue with moving TRAC to trac.netlabs.org. All
requests which are not going to /repos/xyz are redirected to
trac.netlabs.org instead of svn.netlabs.org.

The old URLs still work as I do a redirect on the server but you might
want to adjust it in documentation & webpages in the future.

- Subversion is available at svn.netlabs.org/repos/xyz
- TRAC is available at trac.netlabs.org/xyz

Both domains are also available on SSL, using a CACert certificate. See
http://www.cacert.org/ for importing the certificates into the browser.

Let me know when there are any issues.


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David Azarewicz | 31 Dec 22:54 2013

Netlabs servers down


Just in case you don't know already... All of the netlabs services seem to be down for for 
several hours now.

David Azarewicz