X-Ray is a transparent effects plug-in for Autodesk 3ds Max. It works mainly through the use of a variety of materials. Most effects use sub-materials to perform the shading, so it’s compatible with the standard materials, and materials found in a third-party raytracer
Overview I’ve been running GitLab for a few years now and watched memory consumption slowly increase. I originally had no problems running GitLab on a 1GB/1CPU server, but as I upgraded and my Git repository size increased so did memory usage. I upgraded the server to 2GB/2CPU and it slowly consumed more memory. I’m now […]
Overview SHA1 is bad and it’s going away. Apt has rolled out changes that remove encryption keys that use SHA1, and guess what. Google Chrome on Linux/Chrome uses SHA1 for their package encryption. The irony is killing me. Have you ever spent the day trying to resolve SSL certificate issues on the Google Chrome browser. […]
I found myself installing the same packages on almost all my servers. So I wanted to create a purest list of packages that I could install when ever I provisioned a new server. A list that would add to much bulk to the server image but enough tools that over time I’d be productive.