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bio website bitlucid.com
location New York, NY
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seen Aug 22 at 15:47

I'm hirable at bitlucid.com, code a ninja game at ninjawars.net, do crazy art when I can at dnaexmosn.deviantart.com, and code open source stuff at github.com/tchalvak

Code in:

  • html/css (come on, tell me webdesign isn't coding, dare ya)
  • javascript
  • php

Want to code in: - Clojure

Want to code on: - node.js

Formerly Tchalvak


May
4
comment non-www domains prevent hosting of static content on the same domain, correct?
Fair enough, that sounds about right.
May
3
comment non-www domains prevent hosting of static content on the same domain, correct?
That is true. I guess what I meant was: If you use example.com as your canonical url, and you use cookies, then the cookie will be set to use example.com as it's base. Which I will rephrase. Certainly this isn't a problem for sites that don't use cookies at all, and won't ever use cookies in the future.
May
3
asked non-www domains prevent hosting of static content on the same domain, correct?
Apr
11
comment How can I set up mysql logs so that syntax errors are logged?
Right, I should have been more clear that I already checked that log out, I was hoping that there was a way to view queries with improper syntax and ignore queries that have the proper syntax. Because viewing everything in the log is so spammy that it's useless.
Apr
11
revised How can I set up mysql logs so that syntax errors are logged?
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Apr
11
asked How can I set up mysql logs so that syntax errors are logged?
Mar
28
comment Common mistakes made by System Administrators and how can we avoid them?
This post just reminded me to do a manual backup!
Mar
28
comment Common mistakes made by System Administrators and how can we avoid them?
Hmmmm, made me rethink where I keep my setup documentation.
Mar
25
comment Blocking apache access via user agent string
Yeah, that would block bad user agent strings, but I'm looking to take it a step further and auto-ban ips associated with the bad user agent strings, such that use of the user-agent string gets you banned from that point onwards on that ip. I'd use fail2ban but I haven't found a way to nicely apply that to http requests at this point.
Mar
25
revised Blocking apache access via user agent string
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Mar
25
revised Blocking apache access via user agent string
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Mar
25
asked Blocking apache access via user agent string
Mar
24
accepted How do I configure the default email sender properties on a debian server?
Mar
23
comment How do I configure the default email sender properties on a debian server?
Thanks, I'll check into that.
Mar
22
revised How do I configure the default email sender properties on a debian server?
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Mar
22
asked How do I configure the default email sender properties on a debian server?
Mar
15
comment last night, my server was doing something intensive with the hard drive
Yeah, I see updatedb causin' issues on my ubuntu machine frequently.
Mar
15
comment What response should be made to a continued web-app crack attempt?
Uh, why would a different host be desirable?
Mar
14
revised What response should be made to a continued web-app crack attempt?
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Mar
14
asked What response should be made to a continued web-app crack attempt?