OpenOffice.orgPlayed with most of the day. Funny, after a lot of trying and braking, I have read about /net (or -n) option, which is used for installations for multiuser environments. Otherwise, .sversion file is not created in the proper place and nasty things happen :) has nice configuration scheme through xml files. Easy to use for scripting and automative user setups. Bravo.

Linux, Quake III, and Nvidia

Long time no updates. That is because I wa busy with Quake III ;). Actually, making it run was much easier then I thought it will be. What I did was downloading of NVidia drivers from NVidia site and installing them. For those, running Red Hat-based distributions, drivers are available in rpm format. Everything works fine after changing driver from “nv” to “nvidia” in /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 (video card: Riva TNT 64 for the record).

Microsoft LDAP

LDAP saga continues… Finally I have found something that Microsoft did actually good. I have found out that ldifde.exe -f myfile.ldf will export the whole Active Directory structure into myfile.ldf file in LDIF file format (human readable). That is extremely usefull when migrating I have also found Exchange-HOWTO an interesting read.