Archive for August, 2011

Link dump: 14/08/11

Only 1 today: www.computerworld.com/s/article/print/9218765/10_essential_MySQL_tools_for_admins – Tool #2 & 3 seem the most useful for small-scale stuff… #1 looks interesting, but I need to find out how to set up query logs… or whatever the analyzer is running off of. =|

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SELinux and Apache userdirs

Normally I disable SELinux – for a home user, the additional security it provides isn’t worth much. But for some reason I left it enabled on this install of Fedora 15. Which led to problems when I tried to get phpMyAdmin working out of my home directory.

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When a yum update kills itself…

There’s a bunch of clean up to do. New kernel isn’t working properly – boot from old one. Try yum update again, get an error message about an existing transaction. Have yum-utils already installed, so yum-complete-transactions is a command away. Even after repeating it multiple times, yum still complains about broken packages. Turns out yum […]

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Linkdump – 11/8/11

technet.microsoft.com/en-us/hh377174 –¬†Critical Career Paths for IT Pros

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Link Dump – 9/8/11

www.pixelatedimage.com/blog/ – David du Chemin, an interesting photographer. Manfrotto did a webinar with him, which I’ve been meaning to watch. (Signed up, but they’re held at 3AM local time, which is..not going to happen.) nerdfitness.com/blog/ – As the URL suggests, a fitness blog… thing. Sells a book, but it seems to have a bunch of […]

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