Matt RaibleMatt Raible is a Java Champion and Developer Advocate at Okta. developer.okta.com

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10+ YEARS


Over 10 years ago, I wrote my first blog post. Since then, I've authored books, had kids, traveled the world, found Trish and blogged about it all.

Roller on Geronimo

Geronimo Homepage Jeff has posted a nice tutorial showing how to run Roller on Geronimo. Note that he's using a HEAD build of Geronimo, so you might have to build Geronimo yourself or wait for the next release. I've heard rumors the next release will ship with a Web-only version (i.e. Tomcat and JMS), so that might be a good fit for Roller. As for pre-compiling JSPs, that's on my to do list.

There's been a few "how to run Roller (or AppFuse)" on X server lately. IMO, the best howto is no howto - it just works. I recently tried AppFuse 1.9 on JOnAS and it ran w/o any changes. Since it uses a Spring-managed connection pool and doesn't require any server configuration, this is how things should work. I've had similar results with AppFuse on Jetty and JBoss (and Tomcat of course).

Posted in Roller at Feb 27 2006, 04:23:30 PM MST 3 Comments

MacBook Pro and Wireless

The only major issue I've had so far with my MacBook Pro is wireless connectivity. It works fine at my office, works great at Starbucks, but not at home. My router is a Netgear WGT624.

The Netgear works flawlessly with my Windows XP Desktop (HP Pavilion 1250n) and PowerBook G4. It works with no password, 40-bit WEP and 128-bit WEP. But not with the MacBook Pro. Is there something special I have to set on my router for it to work with the MacBook Pro?

I posted this question on the Apple Discussion forums yesterday (which appear to be powered by Jive Forums). The response? Crickets. Oh well, I think I'll just leave my MacBook at the office and ignore this issue for now.

Update: Looks like Apple is aware of many issues with the MacBook Pro. Hat tip to Jeff for the article.

Posted in Mac OS X at Feb 27 2006, 09:46:39 AM MST 73 Comments