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Jan. 2nd, 2003 | 02:25 am

Installed apache 2.0 on one of my systems so I could play with subversion. I do have to say I really like the way they've layed out the config directory (at least in the debian version). There's now a sites-available directory which contains the config fragments for particular virtual hosts, then theres a sites-enabled directory with symlinks to sites-available defining exactly which virtual hosts are going to work. The method for enabling modules works exactly the same.

So today was sleeping in and fixing all of the little issues needed to get apache2 and subversion working. And then going to a friends house to try and get their dsl connection up and shared amongst their computers. (Getting linux to support a usb dsl adapter is rather annoying. I had no idea people were actually using ATM).

In other news I'm probably going to be present for an intro to molecular biology class this term.

And I'm getting irritated by my rent getting raised each year. So I'm thinking of trying to buy someplace. Except then there's the question of if I should go the intentional community route or just a single family dwelling.

If I went the IC route I'd be increasing the commute distance for those I know who'd be most interested because I want to keep my commute within bike range. Though since the two households currently live quite some distance apart, pasadena would actually be a good intermediate point for them.

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from: nogbogfrog
date: Jan. 2nd, 2003 09:45 am (UTC)

The navy uses ATM on warships. It wasn't a sensible decision or anything. Just part of some ancient DoD contract.

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