Found an old backup, restored it through a bunch of hoops, I know this is missing a bunch, but I don’t have anything more recent. Doh! Hopefully the wayback machine will see this domain back up and let me view the old snapshots that used to have the stuff I’m missing…
Just checking out my old friends at [The Planet] and a window popped up offering to help me via chat. Ok, I’m all for saving myself some time. Here’s some amusement for you: Customer: do you guys offer any other linux distros (other than RH)? (Here’s where I waited for 3 minutes for a response) Customer: ? (Here’s where I wait another minute) Luis O: sorry we dont offer distros, we do offer other linux OS’ Um.
Well the big [iMac giveaway] drawing happens in about 24 hours… Let’s hope my luck continues – This week has been a hum-dinger: Last Wednesday, we received an offer on our house We countered, and the buyer accepted our counter-offer on Thursday We went to look at houses on Saturday, and found one we really liked, and it’s a spec home at juuuuuuust the right stage where we get to have some good input We wrote an offer on the spec home for less than the asking price, in exchange for finishing the basement ourselves We got word on Sunday that the seller accepted our offer We had meetings with 2 lenders on Monday We locked a good rate Today with our preferred lender So all in all, it’s been a great week.
So my daughter Emma is 4 now, and her ruby iMac is on its last legs. It’s been up on blocks for a couple months now, and I just can’t seem to get it to boot off anything but the internal drive so I can upgrade the OS to something past 10.2.8. What a pleasure that I just happened to run across the Stay At Home Dad iMac Give-Away contest being run by Mike over at his blog Stay At Home Dad, Geek Style, in concert with Sittercity, which I’d never heard of before, but looks quite interesting, given the need for babysitters with a 4 year old in the house.
[Event Driven Mongrel and Swiftiply Proxy]: This is big news people. This thing makes shit faster and more stable under load : http://brainspl.at/articles/2007/05/12/event-driven-mongrel-and-swiftiply-proxy
“This account has been locked down due to unusual account activity. It may take up to 24 hours for you to regain access.” Only thing I can think of is that my catch-all address is enabled (yeah, I know, but too many years of [email protected] in use to stop now) and that I got [joe-jobbed]… For those of you that find yourself in a similar situation, you can email [email protected] for assistance.
Ok, so typically you don’t install apr-util with openldap support. Well mod_authnz_ldap requires it. :/ So what you have to do is re-build it with openldap support and re-install. Sounds easy? Well the funny thing about ports is even though you build a new version (with the +openldap variant) and install it it doesn’t get used for some reason. Here’s how you get it working: port -f uninstall apr-util<br /> port install apr-util +openldap Sounds easy?
[Install X11 on Tiger without the Tiger install DVD | Chris Martin]: Install X11 on Tiger without the Tiger install DVD Thought I had ‘blogged’ this the last time I used it. Guess not. In any case, the name says it all… : http://cjmart.in/2006/12/01/install-x11-on-tiger-without-the-tiger-install-dvd/