Tiny Deathstars of Foulness

Georgia vs. Hawaii.  Solid victory, should result in a very high preseason ranking for the Dawgs.

December 31st, 2007

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What a great time of the year for football.  Really looking forward to the Georgia game!!!

December 30th, 2007

Posted In: Football


Let’s see, this printer can scan and print over wireless and be a fax.  Not bad…

December 29th, 2007

Posted In: Mac OS X, Network Printing, personal

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WAYYYYY faster than 2003, especially for the Mac.  🙂

December 28th, 2007

Posted In: Windows Server

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MAMP provides a portable LAMP-style environment for the Mac.  Easy to move stuff around, easy to use MySQL and Apache.  And can take your Apache 1.x environment in Tiger to an Apache 2.x environment.

December 27th, 2007

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Mac Security, sites, SQL

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Edit /etc/sysctl.conf to change the following line: net.inet.ip.fw.verbose_limit = 65535

December 26th, 2007

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac Security

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That’s all for today!

December 25th, 2007

Posted In: personal

Build a monolithic image from packages:

December 24th, 2007

Posted In: Mac OS X, Mass Deployment

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Rad Geek’s Projects – FeedWordPress Introduction FeedWordPress is an Atom/RSS aggregator for WordPress. It syndicates content from newsfeeds that you select into your WordPress blog; if you syndicate several newsfeeds then you can WordPress’s posts database and templating engine as the back-end of an aggregation (”planet”) website. I originally developed it because I needed a more flexible replacement for Planet to use at Feminist Blogs. FeedWordPress is designed with flexibility, ease of use, and ease of configuration in mind. You’ll need a working installation of WordPress 1.5 and FTP or SFTP access to your web host. The ability to create cron jobs on your web host would be very helpful but it’s not absolutely necessary. You don’t need to tweak any plain-text configuration files and you don’t need shell access to your web host to make it work. (Although, I should point out, web hosts that don’t offer shell access are bad web hosts.)

December 23rd, 2007

Posted In: sites, WordPress

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lsof is a command that can be used to list all the open files.  You can use grep to narrow down the listing to only those that match a certain string.

December 22nd, 2007

Posted In: Mac OS X, Unix

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