http://www.alrond.com/en/2007/jan/25/performance-test-of-6-leading-frameworks/ good comparison of frameworks–django about 4x the speed of Ruby, which feels about right.Â In the end not as big, as DB becomes a bottleneck (and no comparison of it with php, so…hey it’s just new age stuff, right?)
if mplayer doesn’t play you dvd’s, try changing the title, a la mplayer dvd://7 instead of dvd://1
From days past…
“ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound: Couldn’t find ListMember without an ID” means “did you include ;first, or :all” in your method?
Found this from an attempt awhile ago. Enjoy!
so .procmailrc just not working for ya with spamassassin?Â Check /var/messages and it may say “suspicious .procmailrc” in there–if it does, then chmod og-rwx .procmailrc 🙂
So…setup your ssh keys and then it still just…doesn’t work?Â Scan /var/messages for sshd — it might say
stormtrooper sshd: Authentication refused: bad ownership or modes for directory /home/rpack
If that’s the case, then go to/home
and <code>chmod og-w rpack</code>. Done.
There’s a question on the user account page for spamassassin that ask “asf = ?” — I think they mean (shhh) apache software found…
In response to my original post https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=36363111&postID=7717707930780716383Â onÂ mod_bw
OneÂ noteÂ isÂ thatÂ Â apparently mod_bw got most of its ‘code inspiration’ from an equivalent, on apache 1.3 (says in the files). Â GL!
so…install apache2 and get
Invalid command ‘RewriteEngine’, perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration
no matter what you do to try and compile it in?Â Try doing make clean, then –enable-rewrite as your parameters to configure.Â Worked for me, now to configure it…
If you setup spamassassin webuserprefs and encounter
“Your settings file could not be found.” despite their existence, it may just mean that the file and directory are not visible to the user apache was run under.Â Note that all subdirectories may need to be changed to be executable, possibly.