<p>I am working on rewriting a set of labs for our intermediate students at
SJSU. Version control is something that everyone with a CS degree is pretty
much expected to know these days. But instead of revising my old Subversion
lab, I decided to plunge into Mercurial. Of course, for team work, we need a server. I installed Mercurial onto a
donated Sun server running OpenSolaris and GlassFish. Installation was a bit
off the beaten track, so here are the directions.</p>
I just learned how to make Flash screencasts on my Linux system and deliver them (with GlassFish) on a server that the computer science department received as a donation (thanks Sun!!!).
Why am I doing this? My publisher wants me to develop screencasts for my books, and I thought it could be useful for my students if I record my lectures. I use a smart board for the lectures, and a screencast...