I searched for any link leading back to my site and found out that there are several pages that point to http://www.nattee.net/taxonomy/term/21, which is used to be my old LaTeX tag. But, since my last HDD crash, I have to re-config drupal and that tag is no longer valid. I created this page as a place holder for http://www.nattee.net/taxonomy/term/21.
Just tried the new Fedora 10 on my PC. The problem is that I want to export all my NTFS drives on F10 via Samba, so that any machine can still access my file even though I am not on Windows. NTFS-3G works quite well and setting up Samba is no longer a problem. Of course, firewall must be adjusted to allow samba protocol. Firestarter is a nice application for the simple thing such as allowing a specific port, a feat that actually requires several rules in iptables config to efficiently permit the protocol.
Recently, I have got several spams at approx. 1,000 per day. I am clueless how do they appear on my site. I've used reCAPTCHA, I've used mollom, I've used blockanonymouslink, but the spam still coming through.
I posted my slides on my web as a pptx file a few weeks ago. Suddenly after that, students gave some comment that when they downloaded the file, the file came as .zip. Even though the file on the server is not zipped and is name exactly as .pptx. Of course, I have tested my upload, but only on Firefox, which definitely has no problem. From the student comment, I tried it on IE and managed to duplicate the error. My first thought is that it must be something about the MIME type. The problem is I don't know the correct mime type of the pptx file.
Anybody could notice that there are at least two urls that direct to this page. Originally, I registered for http://www.nattee.net/ and http://our.obor.us/. Both works well thanks to Drupal site configuration method. Drupal use name based resolution. All I have to do is to edit the
setting.php to point to the same database for both of the name. Users can access my site using any of these urls and drupal simply direct it to the same place (because all information is stored in the database).
In our faculty, there is an informal discussion regarding faculty on every last Friday of the month. The dean put much priority on this talk such that he will join every time his schedule allows him so. For this particular month, he officially call every relatively new faculty to join a seminar trip. (FYI, relatively new is anyone who joins the faculty less than 10 years ago.) The trip was good, in both official aspect and recreational aspect. Several interesting topics were discussed in the seminar also many topics of useful information are shared.