I’m already feeling the need to kick myself for taking full load this semester, but as my wife would always say, I’ve seen worse days and situations and just as long as I stuck with “the” plan, no problems. For now, I need to answer the following questions: Am I ready for distance education? Am I ready to teach online?
I was trying to remove AgileAgenda after fiddling with it for a week and deciding it wasn't going to cut it. There's no Adobe Air Application "uninstaller" in the menu, and search engine results usually point to Mac lurv, or not. Seems like uninstalling Air apps on OSX is bloody. I did find this nice article on removing Adobe Air on Linux and gave it (well parts of it) a shot. jon@jedi-ntbk:/opt$ sudo dpkg -S /opt/* adobeair-enu: /opt/Adobe AIR com.agileagenda.agileagenda.f49a4d8df78a1fee7a3be440dc11bab18d922274.1: /opt/AgileAgenda de.makesoft.twhirl.0ea062bc275e7ed1e6ec3762effd73c7158adf33.1: /opt/twhirl I merely copied the package name of AgileAgenda, ran dpkg with the right switches, and pfft app's gone! Menu entry seems to be gone too. jon@jedi-ntbk:/opt$ sudo dpkg -P com.agileagenda.agileagenda.f49a4d8df78a1fee7a3be440dc11bab18d922274.1 (Reading database ... 128350 files and directories currently installed.) Removing com.agileagenda.agileagenda.f49a4d8df
I've had this problem with Plesk since I started relying heavily on it in 2006. For some reason, after you've added your client, allocated IP address to client's pool, added a domain, and selecting physical hosting, you get the message: Unable to update hosting preferences: hosting update is failed: object ID is invalid After getting this error, you get the domain listed, but still requiring set up. Attempting to complete physical hosting setup will give you same result. First thing you'd want to look at would be some log. For all of its peculiarities, Plesk has an organized directory tree. Look at /usr/local/psa/admin/logs/httpsd_error_log and you'll see that skeleton or template is missing. I didn't know exactly where to get the .skel directory, but some Googling led me to /home/httpd/vhosts/.skel/0 , which after some directory skimming, I was able to verify as non-existent. I simply copied an existing .skel directory from one of our other servers and