Submitted by dziemecki on Thu, 06/03/2010 - 16:02
This site runs on an open source content management system called Drupal. While I have done some development for Drupal, most of what you see working here was done by someone else. In fact, there's a lot going on here that I've never figured out. Recently, I started building another site from scratch to amend that, and I started with the perplexing question of "How did they manage to make that rather succinct URL tell them everything they needed to know?"
Submitted by dziemecki on Thu, 06/03/2010 - 14:42
I got into a bit of unplanned primary research last night when the network interfaces on my new CentOS server started not, ummm, starting. So I thought, "no biggie", and got to the Googling. I tried "network interfaces not starting" and found the "network start" command which was illuminating but not helpful. I watched the command window as it started, first, the "Ampache" interface, then the "Main" interface. I also observed CentOS' nifty little network interface configuration app as the Ampache interface went active, and then inactive after just a few seconds. I had my first clue.