On 09/02/2011 11:06 PM, nrickert wrote:
have you not discovered written within /etc/bash.bashrc:
and, i _guess_ there are ways to protect all configs (i just keep a
# PLEASE DO NOT CHANGE /etc/bash.bashrc There are chances that your changes
# will be lost during system upgrades. Instead use /etc/bash.bashrc.local
# for your local settings, favourite global aliases, VISUAL and EDITOR
# variables, etc ...
backup) but you must realize that stuff changes in new releases and new
version....and, when it does the old config may no longer work....while
the one which come with the new app/system does....AND, if things are
done right the new mans will adequately explain _how_ to fit the new
requirements of the app into your system's configs..
the apache problem, i have no idea but guess what is being seen is NOT
normal...something is broken in the setup...(just a guess)