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How I installed TWIG 2.8.3 on CentOS 6.2 Assorted notes and commands on how I installed TWIG 2.8.3 (TWIG - The Web Information Gateway) on CentOS 6.2 on my home server. Hopefully you found this through Google and I solved a problem you had and documented the darn thing. Unfortunately TWIG is abandonware at this point but it does offer some features that I still like. And since it's abandonware, Mysql and php have since changed some features, and deprecated others. Lucky for you, I fixed at least some of them! (Added in May 2012)



How I installed Fedora Core 19 Assorted notes and commands on how I installed Fedora Core 19 on my home server. Hopefully you found this through Google and I solved a problem you had and documented the darn thing. (Added in August 2013)




How I installed CentOS 6.2 Assorted notes and commands on how I installed CentOS 6.2 on my home server. Hopefully you found this through Google and I solved a problem you had and documented the darn thing. (Updates in June 2013)




Coming soon: NEW comparison of spam filtering software As soon as I get 10,000 pieces of spam email sent to info@wedaa.com I can start doing a comparison of spam filtering software...

Web Page helper A script to create a "dirty" web page. Run this script in a directory full of images, and it will make a page that displays all those pictures. You then hand edit the index.html file it creates to add your own comments to the pictures. (Added in January, 2003)

LinkSys Router stuff A script to get your "real" IP address from your LinkSys router, and a shell script to FTP that information to somewhere else. (Added in October, 2002)

Tournament Software for Mech Warrior 3 (Added in October, 1999)

TTS Trouble Tracking System (Aka: yatts, for Yet Another Trouble Tracking System) (Added in June, 1999) TTS is a Systems Administration Request and Trouble tracking system written in Perl, Bourne Shell, and a tiny amount of C.


sysAdmin (Added in June, 1999) sysAdmin is a Systems Administration tool for checking on your systems and was written in Perl. It basically does a sanity check on your Unix boxes and reports back any problems it finds.


Created on Thu Feb 19 2009 by ericw
Last modified: May 25, 2012
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