Want the old Google back without the left sidebar nonsense? You just need a different URL: http://www.google.com/webhp?hl=all#hl=all&source=hp&q=. Every query string parameter appears to be necessary.
To make searches from the address bar do the same thing, go to about:config and change keyword.URL.
I'm somewhat at a loss what the alternative might be. Is someone actually making a cabernet that's literally bold and beefy?
More upgraded packages! I think these are the last ones I have to do for now.
I jumped forward many versions to OpenSSH 5.3. I had to remove openssh-clients and openssh-server, which have exact-version dependencies before I could upgrade the base openssh package. After re-installing the other two, everything seems to be working just fine.
They're growing at an alarming rate! The next one may reach the ceiling.
I needed to upgrade my apache version pretty drastically for the sake of PCI compliance, so I took CentOS' current httpd package apart and re-built it using the latest httpd release, 2.2.14.
Because the packages involved have exact-version dependencies, I had to remove httpd-devel, httpd-manual, and mod_ssl first. Then I could upgrade httpd to the new version and reinstall the upgraded versions of httpd-devel, httpd-manual, and mod_ssl. YMMV.
I recently picked up a new router for work and wanted to finally get a proper WPA set up. I know, it's 2009, I'm really on the ball here. For some reason, people didn't like using a lengthy, alpha-numeric passphrase with no basis in English. Go figure. So my goal was to use existing username & password combinations from the email server for WPA Enterprise authentication. Plus it had to work on Windows and OS X clients.
Is that really such a common search phrase?
For some reason, I was wrongly associating bock with helles in my head, so when the Half Baked Helles (5.X%) showed up in bright yellow rather than a dark brown, I was a tad surprised (also apparent: my phone takes terrible pictures in low light). I now know that a helles bier is a light lager.