More compilation tasks: Compile Apache with DSO support! And install the PHP Accelerator: http://www.php-accelerator.co.uk/
A new swish-e version has arrived which they say is faster.
Indexing really looks faster, if I can trust my eyes?
The current Apache OpenSSL worm ("Linux Slapper Worm") checks the webserver version by reading the HTTP header before it attacks.
Added "ServerTokens Prod" to httpd.conf - now it says "Server: Apache", was "Server: Apache/1.3.26 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.8.10 OpenSSL/0.9.6" before.
Downloaded the Adobe Generic Postscript printer driver as I thought I should be able to convert the .ps files into .pdf using ps2pdf under Linux. But the resulting PDF is absolutely ugly - images are missing, fonts don't scale...
Acrobat is expensive (> 300 €), Jaws PDF Creator is more than 100 € as well...
Somebody in the German PHP mailinglist recommended using fetchmail/procmail for fetching mails automatically from a POP3 server and putting their contents into a database.
E-mail archiving through BCC:?
Sounds a little bit like XDD, but with a lot more features:
Upgraded to Apache 1.3.26 / PHP 4.2.3.
This is how a comment box should look like... (maybe including an "Avatar" / icon of the person commenting.)
The Telekom flat rate has just become more expensive - switch to the 5GB rate instead?
XDD uses rather trivial SQL - I probably should remove the xdd_db_*() functions and use ADOdb instead (which could be bundled):
XDD should move deleted records (including associated files) into a .trash directory.
Installed a cron job which directs "nmap localhost" output to a file.
This file is checked for diffs by our dc4status tool.
So I should be notified by e-mail when a new port is opened...
This is not yet working for me: I can authenticate through POP using my Unix account, but I didn't succeed in using .htpasswd files instead.
Installed it, but didn't use yet...