Member since: 2003-06-17 22:44:16
Last Login: 2012-06-29 13:15:45


I'm open source follower,
and I use Debian GNU/Linux constantly. I'm trying to expand
my knowledge Python> and Emacs> which I love
to use.

I use PekWM as
my window manager.

Recent blog entries by mw

From some time my Apache have been reluctant in running PHP scripts. Since two days I had tried to find (with people from Debian mailing list) where is the error.

I was checking both /etc/apache/httpd.conf and /etc/php4/apache/php.ini files with no positive results.

After a good few tests I decided to check if the same rule is for other accounts. Nope, it wasn't. And this reminded me about wonderful .htaccess file.

I didn't even manage to read its content well and deleted quickly.

Keep your relationships with Indians in good condition and remeber about .htaccess ;)

I've just realized that my Opera 6.12 will not word without gsfonts-x11 package (Debian). Even unreadable characters in Emacs did not make me think it could had been gsfonts-x11.

21 Aug 2003 (updated 21 Aug 2003 at 00:03 UTC) »

Does starting new blog must always be so hard? For about 20 minutes I've been thinking what to write!

And I wrote what I've been thinking.

I also wanted to test this. So this could be taken as test post.

Messages are editable, so it's not so bad.


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