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comment Squid makes Internet slow
Here it is, about a year after this comment, and I've just put together a single-board computer (an APU1D4) for purposes of filtering/proxying traffic for a small network. Admittedly, it's probably more powerful than a P4, and certainly has more than 512M of RAM, but I'm replacing a computer much like the OP, just because this configuration is fanless, and I'm tired of the noise in my office. These computers have PLENTY of power to route and filter traffic for a small network. After turning off IPV6, you can't tell this thing is in the path to the internet.
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comment How can a bog-standard Wordpress install break PHP?
I opened a bug report with the PHP guys (bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=68038), but finally figured out that the theme I was using was breaking the site. (It was "Mystique," which I've seen in a few places, so it's not like it's obscure.) How? I have no idea. It still shouldn't cause a segfault in PHP.
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asked How can a bog-standard Wordpress install break PHP?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted What's the current, “correct” way to bundle gems for a Rails app with system-wide RVM-installed Ruby?
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comment What's the current, “correct” way to bundle gems for a Rails app with system-wide RVM-installed Ruby?
My goal here is to deploy multiple Rails apps in, say, /data/webapps, all with their own versions of Ruby and various gems, and serve those apps with a standard Apache/Passenger install.
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asked What's the current, “correct” way to bundle gems for a Rails app with system-wide RVM-installed Ruby?
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asked How does one configure networking on OpenStack?
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answered Changed root's shell to non-existing path