Subject: Same $h1t Different day
Running: Citadel 6.81 with WebCit v6.82
on a Proliant 5000 quad 200pro
w/ Linux bbs.internal 2.4.20-6smp #1 SMP Thu Feb 27 09:59:40 EST 2003 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
This was an easy install build w/ an easy install upgrade.
Issue: Still looseing node list/shareing.
Subject: Re: WebCit @ Uncensored
This a recurring problem and I'm almost sure it is a Safari issue...
Often when I'm in a room and then click the "rooms" button on the sidebar to go elsewhere
the browser just quits. Then I get the standard "do I want to report a bug to Apple" error
message. Like I said, I'm fairly certain it's a browser issue but I don't know how to correct it.
It's no biggie, just a minor inconvenience that's all. Plus I get to see my name in the wholist
several times at once. Here's my specs:::
OS = OSX 10.3.9
Browser = Safari 1.3.2
Comp. = G4 PPC Tower
Monitor = 19 in. Sony with a lazy gray cat sleeping on top.
Safari's a decent browser, but it's 2nd to firefox.
I have an earlier ver. on one of my cds somewhere, I just never installed it.
Latest version of FireFox is 184.108.40.206 - not that you're likely to need to worry about it with the Mac OS.
I'm going to be getting in touch with 3Ware to see what I can do with the disk that *had* been mirrored, but that the card now shows as "not in use".
Bummer. No fun.
I'm hoping to leverage something with that relationship.
Good luck, FD. Keep us posted.
Will do, thanks.
Interestingly, when I do bring the system back up, the BBS will be fine...it wasn't located on one of the affected filesystems.
DNS, however, was. If I can't recover the data via the recovery company, I'll have to pull the data from the backup sites.
Also, if you want, I can put a new Bugzilla online in the same location
That would probably be a good idea.
Everything should appear to be as it was before.
I don't know why I didn't think of that sooner.
Of course, that's predicated, completely, on the idea that you still have the source code to the DDNS client around.