If you've come across this blog post with the intention of setting up TFTP on an modern version of OpenWRT I have a more recent blog post detailing how too configure your system.
I found myself in need of a TFTP server but wanted to avoid having all of the
xinet.d packages and services on my system (even if they were disabled). While
looking for alternatives I found out that
dnsmasq has a built-in read-only
I needed to support PXE booting on my home network. I use OpenWRT as my main router and DHCP server and it took me a bit of searching how to configure the BOOTP next server to redirect local clients to my Arch TFTP/NFS server for booting, so I'm placing the configuration here to help others who might be looking to do the same thing.
Following up on my earlier post where I covered how to backup your Gmail
procmail; I wanted to cover how I was
additionally processing received mail through ruby.
This was part of a larger project where I was doing statistical analysis on my email while evaluating various data stores. To get the emails into the various data stores, I used the ruby script to parse, process and store the emails as they came in.
I [recently posted] a guide on backing up your Gmail with
unfortunately doesn't include your calendar data. It seems like backing up was
a hot enough topic that the Google Gmail team are [releasing an official backup
method]. It's not completely in the wild yet but I definitely look forward
to poking around in it.