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Tuesday, January 29th, 2002

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1:08p
mod_throttle
I'm trying to setup mod_throttle and I'm having a problem compiling it. Has anyone done it recently that could give me any tips? I'm getting a compile error:

/usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-linux/2.95.4/include/stddef.h:170: syntax error before `typedef'
mod_throttle.c:850: conflicting types for `t_critical'
mod_throttle.c:322: previous declaration of `t_critical'
mod_throttle.c:852: conflicting types for `critical'
mod_throttle.c:328: previous declaration of `critical'
mod_throttle.c:862: conflicting types for `critical_create'
mod_throttle.c:324: previous declaration of `critical_create'


So i check line 170 and it is is a simple typedef line:

typedef void (*t_adjust)(request_rec *, t_config *);
6:14p
I setup a webserver and am using dyndns.org as my dynamic DNS service (as the IP does change).

I am having weird permission problems. If I type in :
http://kbreit.dyndns.org:8080/photos/
the page works fine. If I do:
http://kbreit.dyndns.org:8080/photos (note the lack of a slash)
the page is denied. I think this is because it is not redirecting the slashless URL to port 8080. Why is this happening and how can I fix this?
6:14p
I setup a webserver and am using dyndns.org as my dynamic DNS service (as the IP does change).

I am having weird permission problems. If I type in :
http://kbreit.dyndns.org:8080/photos/
the page works fine. If I do:
http://kbreit.dyndns.org:8080/photos (note the lack of a slash)
the page is denied. I think this is because it is not redirecting the slashless URL to port 8080. Why is this happening and how can I fix this?
6:38p
Adaptec SCSI AHA 2930CU
Ok. So I got some scsi drives and a card from someone who wouldn't use it. I'm currently running SuSE 7.2.

Problem:
Seems that support for the AHA 2930CU has been implemented fairly recently. I found a patch for it from trusty ol' google. implimenting that now. I'm not exactly the best at compiling my kernel, but I should be able to get it. Thing is...
I would like to install Slackware 8.0 on this drive and only mount my IDE drive for my /home partition. Thing is the aic7xxxx boot disk for Slackware 8.0 was made before update to allow access to AHA 2930CU cards, so it doesn't detect it right.

Thing is, how would I go about installing Slack on this SCSI drive? I have my guesses, but I'd like a little advice from people who have a little more experience than me before I try stuff stabbing blindly (blind fighting feat could help).

Anywho. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Edit: Sorry for the double post.

Current Mood: okay
6:57p
Thinking about setting up a nfs server/client setup between my laptop and home server..

The only problem is that my laptop is not always hooked up to a network connection.. and even when it is.. it tends to get disconnected (someone unplugs me for a minute, or someone else at school needs a connection, etc)...

For the last while i've been using samba to connect to my server (as it already had samba setup so my windows machine at home can interface with it.. or at least used to be able to)..
Just wondering if its worth the extra time to setup a nfs server.. and if its more secure and any speed improvments (noticed sometimes a huge delay trying to save files to my server using samba)..


Sorry if this makes no sense.. just trying to understand more about my choices...
7:36p
Got a quick question about XFree86
My laptop currently has a trackpoint and i have a wireless mouse...

Currently i'm configured for my trackpoint... But i'd like to be able to use the wireless when i want and not have to go mess with the config file...

I've tried the corepointer routine... but i've never managed to get that to work...

Can anyone give me some pointers?

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