Archive for January, 2009
To enable mod_perl with Apache2 on Debian & Ubuntu for all directories served up by Apache2, including user directories such as ~/public_html, add the following lines to /etc/apache2/sites-available/default # enable mod_perl <Files ~ “\.(pl|cgi)$”> SetHandler perl-script PerlResponseHandler ModPerl::Registry Options +ExecCGI PerlSendHeader On </Files> In a real production environment you […]
Got a tonne of snow about a week ago: It’s still been lying around and slowly thawing and refreezing, and being ground down. Today it snow about 5 inches, and now it’s turned to rain/sleet and it’s a sloopy mess outside. Huge snow laden puddles everywhere.
I was looking through my Flickr photostream and realised that I’ve taken a fair number of pics of the tower at Boston’s First Baptist Church. It really is a splendid old building: The doorway: From across the street: From down the road: From afar: And a close-up of one of the angels on the tower:
I recently got an Lenovo T400 and this thing works great with the latest version of Ubuntu (Intrepid). To install Ubuntu, you have to make sure you edit the BIOS settings and change the graphics to use one of the 2 build in graphics cards. If you want to save the Vista bootloader and access […]
After upgrading to Flash 10 sound stopped working. Installing the flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound package solved that problem for me: aptitude install flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound If your using pulse audio, install the flashplugin-nonfree-pulse package. It doesn’t look like the Debian flash plug-in suggests either package: apt-cache show flashplugin-nonfree|more Package: flashplugin-nonfree Priority: optional Section: contrib/web … Suggests: iceweasel, konqueror-nsplugins, x-ttcidfont-conf, msttcorefonts, […]