Lately I have been working on a web site for my friend Theresa and it has been launched. The web site is dedicated “to serve the needs of women who have left the convent.” It took a team of us but we have created a site which is very visually appealing. If you have moment go over and check it out. I hope this web site will be able to reach out to those in need.
They have finally gone and done it. The robots have taken over. At least when it comes to video games. Ars Technica has an article about a project presented at SigBovik 2013 by Tom Murphy. He’s basically created a program that can play Super Mario Bros pretty successfully as well as other classic side-scrollers.
As part of some restructuring google has officially announced that Google Reader will be terminated on July 1st. I don’t use Google Reader as much as I use to since I am trying to trim my information diet (and I find the combination of Google Reader and Instapaper brings about bad habits).
The next step is installing a Relational or SQL-Based Database Server. While the trend is towards NoSQL, SQL-Based database would cover most business demands. Let’s look at the following steps to install MySQL and Postgres on our Amazon Linux/Centos server.
So you have installed apache and want to write a script to know where the log file (or files) is located on the server. You could hard-code it, which means you have another place to edit the file path for later. Or you can get the log path and the httpd config path in your bash script.