As there are many of them I decided to create my own tutorial section. I had one on my old page but the topics became outdated, though they are still online available here.

Watchout for the upcoming posts in this section Cool

Customizing Intrapages: Add Custom Page

Feb 17, 2016, 10:24:00 PM

Clone a Domino Server on Linux

Oct 15, 2014, 10:48:30 PM
Sometimes you may face problems when configuring your brand new Domino server after the install using the Remote Setup Utility, esp. when you try to set it up as an additional server. In that case you have to provide the first server the new one will pull system databases from. You have to make sure that the first server host is reachable and that the port 1352 is open for connections. But even if [...]

Using external Diff/Merge in Sourcetree

Sep 18, 2014, 11:33:12 AM
This tutorial is made for you if you use a source control system like Git or Github you use Sourcetree a the UI client to work with your repositories you have to merge changes in your various branches you have to solve conflicts when merging Today I asked myself: how to use an external Diff/Merge tool in Sourcetree? When you open the options of Sourcetree you will find the section [...]

Creating a print server with a Raspberry Pi

Jul 14, 2014, 2:51:17 PM
A own the Raspberry Pi for a while now and played around with it. The latest project was to setup my own cloud solution using a Seafile out of the box image. As this is also based on the Rasbian OS (a Debain derivate) you could also create other services on this machne. We have a USB printer running on our media PC. The bad thing is that we always had to turn on the PC when we want to use the p [...]

Setting up your own Mercurial server

Nov 25, 2013, 6:10:51 PM
This tutorial assumes that you have a machine with Ubuntu (Server) installed. I prefer the LTS version, as it is for 12.04 in this case. On your fresh Ubuntu server machine all the further steps are made as root-user. I prefer the root-user flavor instead of typing sudo before every statement though someone may find this a security issue - I don't. If you want to use sudo instead, pleas [...]