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Speaking of ZorkPosted by Krux on Thursday January 13, 2011 @ 08:00pm
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Well with this most recent link to the zork 404 error page on stumbleupon (I think this is like the 4th or 5th time they've linked me) it has pushed us over 65,535 registered users. I have no idea how many people have hit the site, who haven't bothered to register, but I can guess that number is going to be much much higher.
New ServerPosted by Krux on Tuesday February 16, 2010 @ 12:40pm
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I'll be migrating everything over to a new server at Server Beach, since they had a special where I could migrate to a new faster machine for half of what I am paying now. So for a hundred bucks a month, new server is a quad core, same memory, and unfortunately only a single drive, but a larger drive so it shouldn't be an issue.
Caliber broke it!Posted by Krux on Wednesday October 14, 2009 @ 03:27pm
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Caliber decided to upload his porn collection or something, and ate up all the free disk space on the server, which of course made mysql very unhappy. Things are running now, and I'll probably bump some things around to prevent that from happening in the future.
MoneyPosted by Krux on Sunday February 15, 2009 @ 05:16pm
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So the other day I noticed that google had sent me a hundred bucks for the banner ad that I have on the zork 404 error page. It's an ad that only shows up if you haven't logged in, and have done at least one action. I don't get many clicks, but enough where it makes it nice to get the occasional google check, though not so often that I remember I'm running ads.
Kernel upgradePosted by Krux on Tuesday January 27, 2009 @ 09:27am
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Just rebooted the server to upgrade the kernel on the server to 2.6.28-gentoo-r1. Decided to give the genkernel tool that Gentoo uses on the server, since I had good luck with it elsewhere. Made for a very smooth upgrade.
Quit yer bitchin', here's some beta code for you to "test"Posted by Krux on Wednesday December 24, 2008 @ 01:37pm
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So since it's taking me forever to get the next update to the THCNET code finished, I figured I would at least give people access to what I've done so far.
Apache PHP Python and Trac oh my...Posted by Krux on Saturday October 18, 2008 @ 10:13pm
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So Trac had a tenancy to keep breaking due to the way I setup the web server. Problem is that Trac uses Python, which is installed via Gentoo. So when there is a Python update, it can break things because the web server wasn't installed using Gentoo, it was setup from source. That's a problem you run into some times when you do some things one way and other things the other way. I took some time to setup my web server with Apache 2.2 the Gentoo way of doing things, so hopefully that will prevent things from getting whacked. Nice thing is I figured out how to put things where I like them, yet still allow Gentoo to maintain the software. Bonus, since it makes keeping things up to date that much easier.
PostiniPosted by Krux on Friday September 5, 2008 @ 03:22pm
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After clearing out over 66,000 messages in the spam queue on the server, I figured maybe I should get that email filtering service setup. Moves the load off the server from processing spam messages, and hopefully provides some better filtering.
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