I just moved away from running mod_php5 under Apache 2 to running PHP5 under FastCGI for a number of reasons, including that I will be deploying some Python apps on this same server before terribly long and didn’t want the … Continue reading →
I’ve always been a huge open source software proponent– this blog is ran by FreeBSD, PHP, WordPress, Apache, MySQL, etc., yet the PHP language has never really sat well with me. It’s always reminded me way too much of a … Continue reading →
I’m recompiling PHP5 on my server to add PostgreSQL support, and couldn’t figure-out why all of the various mod_php* ports had disappeared from the ports/www. Turns out you need to enable PHP to do its own Apache support now. To … Continue reading →
As you can probably see, this site has been completely changed. Mostly I just wanted to move from turtle slow MovableType to WordPress which I’ve been using on another site for about a year and even sent them a donation … Continue reading →
Apparently my last post about this same topic got around a bit on the net, and last week I received an e-mail (as well as a site comment) from one of the founders from Indeed telling me they’d fixed the … Continue reading →
devnulled is a blog which caters to software development related issues with a pro-unix and open standards slant. Over the years devnulled has been featured on Slashdot, Digg, the Indeed Blog, O’Reilly Hacks, and del.icio.us/popular.