I’ve installed some new wordpress-plugins for you guys
to play with. Check them out and let me know what you think.
Also – if anyone want a own theme – just mail it to me and I’ll enable it for you after an code audit. An full theme editor or the option to install a theme of your own will just not happend, there is to many security risk with that.
Kyle Douglass has written a quick intro to perl oneliners, nothing new for the advanced hax0r0r but the casual user or the perl curious might pick something up and get inspired. Check it out.
The other night I turned on my xbox and continued where I was the last time. The timestamp on the saved game in Doom 3 said ”October 15 2005”.Â Doom was just as boring as I remembered.
I decided to check out Xbox Live since the house got a stable connection these days. $30 for a 3 month ”trial” to play the games I’ve already paid good money for? Are they kidding me?
I need to get rid of that POS.
(or: Gosh, I wish I found this out a decade ago)
Now and then I need to install perl modules outside the regular library dirs. Most often because of an temporary installation in userspace but also when I use FINK to quickly install complex bundles on my powerbook. Since it’s most often just is a temporary installation for debugging or development purposes I’ve coped with adding an extra -I parameter to the shebang. Until last night when I fell over this monster API from hell. Not only did it demand an enormous amount of dependencies to be installed – it looked like every goddamn single 4-row test program and module needed each one of them.
For evaluating I would have to spend the whole night modifying source code. So I said ”fuck it” and googled away.
The solution was of course painfully simple.
In ten years of tinkering with Apache I’ve managed to miss the directive that loads the mod_env module which can be use
to modify the environment variables that is set before calling CGI-scripts. Two rows to uncomment and asimple directive to add to the config:
SetEnv PERL5LIB ”/path/to/libs”
mod_env’s directives can even be used in .htaccess overrides. Damn. After all these years …
Since fonephux/The underpaid technician alone is doing all the blogging at kracked right now I decided to kill my other blog in english and do my share over here. My life might not be as exciting as the ones of other bloggers, but I might now and then drop a note on the development of kracked. And some gossip about former members of the scene of course 😉
I am really short on time these days, so I really don’t have time to write anything worth reading. I have however as a part of my ongoing struggle against spam installed teh wonderful Spam Karma 2 plugin. Perhaps the lower amount of spam will inspire me in the future 🙂
The online gaming community MMORPG.com has teamed up with Voyage Century for a all gamers March contest. The graphics card is one of twentish prizes, including model ships, or point cards for the game.Voyage Century is a world exploration game set in the Age of Sail. Spanning the globe of the 15th to the 18th century, you can choose any of several nationalities and professions to play.
Read more about the contest here
Some new functions is addedÂ at the dashboard for all blogs. Look around and let us know what you think!