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Manage Serendipity installations with Spartacus

I have to manage some Serendipity (s9y) installations. Only one of them is my personal blog, the others are customer installations, all on different servers. Apart from new serendipity versions there's also the problem with updated plugins. How can one know about available updates without opening each blog in a browser window, open administration, select "Configure Plugins" and check for new sidebar and event plugins?

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Start multiple ssh sessions with KDE konsole

I have shell accounts on different servers. Sometimes - especially if new Debian/Ubuntu/Redhat/Fedora updates are available - i have to open a ssh session to each server. That takes time and too much keyboard clicks and being a lazy admin i thought this job can be scripted.

Last year i switched from my long-time favourite windowmanager fvwm2 to KDE. Given the fact that most of my work is still done using a terminal i decided to give "konsole" a chance and found that this tool has some nice advantages compared to the simple xterm which i used before. One lovely feature is the tabbing functionality, another one the integrated scripting which can be used with "dcop" (Desktop Communication Protocol).

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