1. What did you do in 2004 that you’d never done before? Have fun reading manuals? Not a very good one. 2. Did you keep your New Years’ resolutions, and will you make more for next year? See last post for 2004’s resolutions and I will definitely make some for 2005. 3. Did anyone close […]
I wish everyone reading this a Merry Christmas. Have a few quiet days with family or friends, great food and lots of presents. We’ll be leaving for the families in an hour or so.
It’s not a third eye, mind you! pesky’apostrophe found something else for you: If you’re anything like me, you notice things about people. Women are not particularly good at choosing the right bra size. If they were, you wouldn’t be exposed to the atrocious crime of nature that is the dreaded third boob. Third boob […]
So how did my New Year’s Resolutions 2004 do over the year?
A pretty cool tutorial at the ibm developer works Concurrency in JDK 5.0. You must register for the tutorial, but is well worth it. The new java.util.concurrency package offers a lot of cool features which I haven’t completely incorporated in my daily programming practices yet but it is among the new 5.0 features that which […]
Just a quick reminder to myself for easing working with vpn: exec ssh-agent bash ssh-add
I am currently reading Die Dickmacher by Renate Künast. For those who don’t know who she is: Germany’s “Bundesministerin für Verbraucherschutz, Ernährung und Landwirtschaft” = Minister of consumer protection, food and agriculture. Hard to translate because leo does not supply ministries of this type. The book talks mostly about how and why people in Germany […]
/dev/blog by (oh you didn’t guess it) …. Installation would have taken half as long if he was able to read and type a password 😉
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If you tried everything else, you are probably editing the wrong config file! Note: if for whatever reason your apache is called apache-perl it’s config is living not in the /etc/apache directory but in instead in /etc/apache-perl