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location Melbourne, Australia
age 25
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seen Aug 19 '11 at 1:35

I work in web development and like to dabble in android development.


Nov
29
comment Apache mod_wsgi error
Provided traceback above. Looks like functools may not be installed?
Nov
28
comment Apache mod_wsgi error
Nope. I've chmodded all the directories correctly and I'm still getting this.
Nov
26
comment Apache mod_wsgi error
That is what was in my apache log. Those 4 lines only. I have no idea why it isn't providing tracebacks. I can't seem to reproduce the problem from the python interpreter either.
Nov
25
comment Remove apache from ubuntu
Thanks, had to purge all the apache2 packages before it would uninstall.
Nov
25
comment Repositories for CentOS that don't suck?
I would go with something Debian based if cPanel supported it.
Nov
18
comment Repositories for CentOS that don't suck?
I do google things before I come here. I just wanted to get consensus on which ones are actually worth my time.
Nov
18
comment Repositories for CentOS that don't suck?
Thanks. I will try this at work tomorrow.
Nov
8
comment Mysql Errcode: 17 Can't create/write to file '/tmp/…'
Here is a dump of mysql variables: pastebin.com/hGx6tuka
Nov
8
comment Mysql Errcode: 17 Can't create/write to file '/tmp/…'
No occurrences of 'SELinux'.
Nov
8
comment Mysql Errcode: 17 Can't create/write to file '/tmp/…'
I should note that the /tmp folder is chmod 777 and there is ample disk space.
Nov
8
comment Mysql Errcode: 17 Can't create/write to file '/tmp/…'
Nope, 400MB free.
Oct
7
comment Ubuntu reinstall apache
I think I finally fixed it with sudo apt-get purge apache2 apache2-mpm-prefork apache2-utils apache2.2-bin apache2.2-common libapache2-mod-php5
Oct
7
comment Ubuntu reinstall apache
0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. Need to get 0B/1,484B of archives. After this operation, 36.9kB of additional disk space will be used. Selecting previously deselected package apache2.... Looks like it just uses the old package.
Oct
4
comment Enabling apache2 modules, Invalid command 'AddModule'
Sorry for not mentioning it but it's already there by default. For what it's worth I don't care about the answer much anymore since I've moved to an ssh based solution instead of webdav. Apparently AllowOverride None can affect this but I had it set to All