meta tagai HTML’e

Sveiki, radau toki straipsniuką, kur išrašyti visi meta htmltag’o parametriukai.

Atributas Šaltinis Apibūdinimas
Allow rfc1945 Gives allowed http methods
Alternates rfc2068 List alternate representations
Bulletin-Date Lotus Date, e.g. 1997-03-24 15:57
Bulletin-Text Lotus Document description
Cache-Control rfc2068 Directives to cacheing mechanisms
Content-Base rfc2068 Specify base URL for entity
Content-Disposition rfc2183 Specify content handler (Microsoft)
Content-Encoding rfc1945 Gives compression scheme
Content-language rfc1945 Natural Language of document
Content-Length rfc1945 Size of body in bytes
Content-Location rfc2068 Resource location for entity
Content-MD5 rfc2068 MD5 digest of entity body
Content-Range rfc2068 Range of partial response
Content-Script-Type html40 Specifies default scripting language
Content-Style-Type html40 Specifies default style sheet language
Content-Type rfc1945 Media type
Content-type rfc1945
Content-Version rfc2068 Version tag of evolving entity
Date rfc1945 Date message originated (HTTP format)
Default-Style html40 Set preferred style sheet
Derived-From rfc2068 Version tag of previous version
ETag rfc2068 Entity tag for resource identification
Expires rfc1945 Expiry date of document (HTTP date format)
Ext-cache Netscape Alternate cache path
Instance-Delegate SHOE Pointer to Ontology Key
Instance-Key SHOE Ontology Key
Last-Modified rfc1945 Date resource was last changed
Link rfc1945 Relationship to other resources
Location rfc1945 URL of resource
MIME-Version rfc1945 May indicate MIME-compliance. Ignore.
Page-Enter MSIE 4 Sets page entry transistion
Page-Exit MSIE 4 Sets page exit transistion
PICS-Label PICS Document content labelling
Pragma rfc1945 no-cache prevents cacheing
Public rfc2068 List of supported methods by server
Range rfc2068 Specify subrange (bytes)
Refresh Netscape Delay till browser reloads (optional URL)
Server rfc1945 Gives information about server
Set-Cookie Netscape Sets cookie value
Site-Enter MSIE 4 Sets site entry transistion
Site-Exit MSIE 4 Sets site exit transistion
Title rfc1945 Title of entity (obsoleted in rfc2068)
Transfer-Encoding rfc2068 Specify transfer (cf. entity) encoding
URI rfc1945 URIs by which resource is located. (obsoleted in rfc2068)
Vary rfc2068 Specify that request was selected from alternates (e.g. different languages)
Via rfc2068 Generated by gateways
Warning rfc2068 Warning about cache problems, etc.
Window-target Netscape Specify target window of current document


A is for awk, which runs like a snail, and
B is for biff, which reads all your mail.
C is for cc, as hackers recall, while
D is for dd, the command that does all.
E is for emacs, which rebinds your keys, and
F is for fsck, which rebuilds your trees.
G is for grep, a clever detective, while
H is for halt, which may seem defective.
I is for indent, which rarely amuses, and
J is for join, which nobody uses.
K is for kill, which makes you the boss, while
L is for lex, which is missing from DOS.
M is for more, from which less was begot, and
N is for nice, which it really is not.
O is for od, which prints out things nice, while
P is for passwd, which reads in strings twice.
Q is for quota, a Berkeley­type fable, and
R is for ranlib, for sorting ar table.
S is for spell, which attempts to belittle, while
T is for true, which does very little.
U is for uniq, which is used after sort, and
V is for vi, which is hard to abort.
W is for whoami, which tells you your name, while
X is, well, X, of dubious fame.
Y is for yes, which makes an impression, and
Z is for zcat, which handles compression.

Debian GNU/Linux (stable / lenny) ATI Radeon X1950 Pro (two) dual head (monitors)

Hello, how are you mates?

I have received second monitor at my job. I had to make everything work as i wanted to.

1) I wanted to make my second monitor show something 😉

So I made a simple command:

dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg

then by pressing CTRL + ALT + BACKSPACE i restarted my X server, and whoohoo!

But is it what we wanted to be?
NO! So task number 2:
2) Make two monitors display different view 😉

So as I mentioned, I wanted that Second monitor would show something different 🙂 so I searched for dual-head xorg, found some xorg.conf files, but it didn’t worked for me… also found a super nice utility… so I tied to do something with it but no success 😉 what to do? Oh let’s try: man xorg.conf it was successful!!! So I modified /etc/X11/xorg.conf

# xorg.conf (X.Org X Window System server configuration file)
# This file was generated by dexconf, the Debian X Configuration tool, using
# values from the debconf database.
# Edit this file with caution, and see the xorg.conf manual page.
# (Type "man xorg.conf" at the shell prompt.)
# This file is automatically updated on xserver-xorg package upgrades *only*
# if it has not been modified since the last upgrade of the xserver-xorg
# package.
# If you have edited this file but would like it to be automatically updated
# again, run the following command:
# sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg

Section "InputDevice"
Identifier "Generic Keyboard"
Driver "kbd"
Option "XkbRules" "xorg"
Option "XkbModel" "pc104"
Option "XkbLayout" "us,ru(phonetic),lt"
Option "XkbVariant" "us,lt,ru(phonetic)"
Option "XkbOptions" "grp:alt_shift_toggle"

Section "InputDevice"
Identifier "Configured Mouse"
Driver "mouse"

Section "ServerLayout"
Identifier "Default Layout"
Screen "Screen1" 1280 0
Screen "Screen2" 0 0
#Screen "Screen2" RightOf "Screen1"
InputDevice "Generic Keyboard"
#InputDevice "Configured Mouse"

Section "Files"

Section "Module"
Load "glx"

Section "Monitor"
Identifier "SAMSUNG"
Option "VendorName" "ATI Proprietary Driver"
Option "ModelName" "Generic Autodetecting Monitor"
Option "DPMS" "true"

Section "Monitor"
Identifier "LG"
Option "VendorName" "ATI Proprietary Driver"
Option "ModelName" "Generic Autodetecting Monitor"
Option "DPMS" "true"

Section "Device"
Identifier "Generic Video Card"
Driver "fglrx"
BusID "PCI:1:0:0"
Screen 0

Section "Device"
Identifier "Device1"
Driver "fglrx"
BusID "PCI:1:0:0"
Screen 1

Section "Screen"
Identifier "Screen1"
Device "Generic Video Card"
Monitor "SAMSUNG"
DefaultDepth 24
SubSection "Display"
# Modes "1280x1024" "1280x960" "1152x864" "1024x768" "832x624" "800x600" "720x400" "640x480"
# Virtual 2048 1024

Section "Screen"
Identifier "Screen2"
Device "Device1"
Monitor "LG"
DefaultDepth 24
SubSection "Display"
#Viewport 0 0
Depth 24
# Modes "1280x1024" "1280x960" "1152x864" "1024x768" "832x624" "800x600" "720x400" "640x480"
# Virtual 2048 1024

Section "Extensions"
#Option "Composite" "Enable"
Option "Composite" "Disable"

As you see it’s nothing so complicated 🙂 as it look’s like 😉

HP10xx Hewlett-Packard LaserJet 1020 Debian Lenny (stable) english

We will use:

heh, I have installed many packages, so i might miss some packages please fix me if so… (maybe libusb, cupsys?)
So lets add squeeze resource:

deb squeeze main
deb-src squeeze main

to file: /etc/apt/sources.list.d/squeeze.list
then install p910nd:

apt-get update
apt-get install p910nd

and do not forget to remove squeeze from apt list 😉 using command:

rm /etc/apt/source.list.d/squeeze.list

Next we need just install drivers to our printer and launch printing daemon…
So p910nd printing daemon conf file: /etc/default/p9910nd

# Printer number, if not 0
# Additional daemon arguments, see man 8 p910nd
P910ND_OPTS="-b -f /dev/usb/lp0 0"
# my printer connects to device: /dev/usb/lp0 ;)

# Debian specific (set to 1 to enable start by default)

So lets start it:

/etc/init.d/p910nd restart

Next, Dowload firmware: sihp1020.dl extracting it:

bunzip2 sihp1020.dl.tar.bz2
tar -xf sihp1020.dl.tar

drop firmware into yours printer:

cat sihp1020.dl > /dev/usb/lp0

As I mentioned /dev/usb/lp0 – my printer device in linux 🙂
so, 🙂 what’s next?
As i recall that’s it… Just go to http://localhost:631 ? (I appeared to be 🙂 after one of cups or cupsys is installed)

If something do not work after reboot or replugging USB printer we should copy paste script a to /usr/sbin/hplj1020 so script a:


if [ -f /tmp/busy-prn ]; then
exit 99

touch /tmp/busy-prn

sleep 2

D=$(awk '/Manufacturer/ {print $2} ' /proc/bus/usb/devices | grep -v Linux | wc -l)

if [ $D == 1 ]; then
# No daemon running
# Start daemon if printer is attached
if [ -e /dev/usb/lp0 ]; then
/etc/init.d/p910nd start
sleep 1
cat /root/sihp1020.dl > /dev/usb/lp0
if [ $D == 0 ]; then
# No Printer attached but daemon running
# Kill daemon
/etc/init.d/p910nd stop

# Kill the spare process //hid3

kill `pidof p9100d | awk '{print $2}'`

rm -f /tmp/busy-prn

now copy:

cp a /usr/sbin/hplj1020

that’s it? 😉

External link:

Compiling your own Linux with Reiser4 support to your Lenny Debian GNU

Hello, How are you?

I have missed functionality in my Lenny kernel… (I think it’s for the first time…) So I needed to compile my own Linux for my Debian GNU to make if even better then it is.

I have received Linux/kernel package from here and reiser4 grab it from here.

wget -c
wget -c

Adding -c if file with the same name exists continue downloading.

Unpackage everything. and move to linux source dir:

tar -xf linux-2.6.32.tar.gz
tar -xf reiser4-for-2.6.32.patch.gz

or if you have bz2
bunzip2 reiser4-for-2.6.32.patch.bz2
cd linux-2.6.32

now we need to patch our new Linux with a super puper function patch 🙂 :

patch -p1 < ../reiser4-for-2.6.32.patch

So now we need to copy our working config file to linux directory:

cp /boot/config-`uname -r` ./.config

Now just make install of needed packages:

apt-get install kernel-package libncurses5-dev fakeroot wget bzip2 build-essential liblzo2-dev gzip

Then we need to enable Reiser4 in our kernel by executing:

make menuconfig
And selecting:

File systems —>
< *> Reiser4 (EXPERIMENTAL)

Now save config and the last but not the least step is making/compiling linux kernel:

make-kpkg clean
fakeroot make-kpkg –initrd –append-to-version=-custom kernel_image kernel_headers

How we just need to install these debs:

dpkg -i linux*.deb

What’s for RPM’s?

make binrpm-pkg