We are focussed on providing services, therefore our spin-off products are all open source and donationware. Thank you for a little give away if you find something useful here!
Refer to the official Rubygems repository to list the gems we provide and maintain.
All gems are cryptographically signed. Please refer to the corresponding README for instructions as how to verify the signature using the current public key.
You should use Layman to manage overlays, this is how to install it:
$ mkdir -p /etc/portage/package.use $ echo "app-portage/layman sync-plugin-portage" > /etc/portage/package.use/layman $ emerge -av dev-util/git app-portage/layman
Now you’re ready to add the Bitcetera overlay:
$ layman -a bitcetera
At this point you can install ebuilds from our overlay as if they were part of the main ebuild repository. Emerge indicates the source of an individual ebuild, in this case with
$ emerge -av acme-dns These are the packages that would be merged, in order: Calculating dependencies... done! [ebuild N ~] net-dns/acme-dns-0.8::bitcetera USE="filecaps (pie) sqlite -debug -postgres -static" Total: 1 package (1 new), Size of downloads: 110 KiB Would you like to merge these packages? [Yes/No]
Swiss German Mac Keymap for Windows
Using a Mac keyboard on Windows is no fun but imperative when running a virtual Windows instance on MacOS. This keymap for Windows maps special characters on the Swiss German Mac keyboard.
Here’s an example: The «@» character is available with
G on a Swiss German Mac keyboard. To type this or similar special characters on Windows with this keymap installed, simply add the ctrl-button and type