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bio website borngeek.com
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I work for Lenovo in a group that develops hardware test tools. Previously, I worked at IBM in the same capacity. I got my bachelor's degree in computer science from North Carolina State University in the fall of 2004.


Jun
29
comment Apache reports a 200 status for non-existent WordPress URLs
I'm running the latest WordPress install (3.4.1). Perhaps the 404 is a byproduct of how my shared hosting server is setup?
Jun
21
comment Apache reports a 200 status for non-existent WordPress URLs
The WP htaccess Control plugin seems to work great (at least in my sandbox environment). You might add that bit of information to your answer to help future visitors. I'll roll this out to my primary site and see what effect it has. Thanks for the tips!
Jun
20
comment Apache reports a 200 status for non-existent WordPress URLs
@anjunatl Interesting links... I'll look into them!
Jun
20
comment Apache reports a 200 status for non-existent WordPress URLs
This seems to work in a sandbox environment. The one problem I can foresee is that WordPress has been known to overwrite its .htaccess rules. Maybe there's a hook they expose to override this overwriting process?
Jun
20
comment Apache reports a 200 status for non-existent WordPress URLs
According to the DreamHost control panel, my domain is set up to run PHP in FastCGI mode.
Jun
20
comment Apache reports a 200 status for non-existent WordPress URLs
@Kaii It appears that I'm using Debian 6.0.4 as my OS. It also looks like Apache 2.2.22-3.
Jan
15
comment Upgrading PHP 5.3.6 to 5.3.8 (Windows)
I was hoping someone had already tried that and could report success or failure. Jumping through all the necessary hoops to insure that I've set things up properly (in a scratch PHP environment) is a bother. Being able to simply overwrite would rock, in small update cases like this.