Re: I hate it when that happens...
On Sun, Aug 08 at 09:23AM -0700, email@example.com wrote:
> > > Unless you have something like "snapshot" running, you
> > > will invariably lose whatever it is that you've just been
> > > working on, backups or not.
> > So go use Solaris.
> Solaris is not optimized for the X86 architecture; also, it is
> a disk hog.
> Additionally, as I mentioned, the "snapshot" feature eats lots
> of disk space and may require RAID support.
> So, I'll just put a condom on "rm"...
ah, but human beings are creatures of habit, and you're
developing a really BAAAAAD one there.
what happens when you're at a buddy's house and forget that your
usual "rm" is custom-designed? you'll clean him out and he'll
come after you with a loaded revolver.
here's what i do--
alias rm="echo '###### use RM instead! ######'"
alias RM="/bin/rm -i"
so at least i'm in the habit of using something unlikely to be
dangerous anywhere else. if on someone else's system, i'll see
'command not found' and then remember to fall back to the full
orignial command, consientiously, consciously, carefully, and
cautiously. on purpose, even.
I use Debian/GNU Linux version 3.0;
Linux boss 2.4.18-bf2.4 #1 Son Apr 14 09:53:28 CEST 2002 i586 unknown
DEBIAN NEWBIE TIP #53 from Will Trillich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tired of MESSING WITH THREE APACHE CONFIG FILES? Put everything
into your /etc/apache/httpd.conf file, and add these two lines:
Now it's all together. Of course, you can break it into smaller
pieces, too -- try:
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