How did you install mod_jk (AUR, upstream), and how did you configure Apache to use it (files edited, edits in detail)?
on 07/16/2012 – Made popular on 07/16/2012
flying sheep wrote:dev asks us to try mesa from testing: https://www.archlinux.org/packages/testing/x86_64/mesa/but it’s a bad idea, everything will cry libnvidia-glsi.so.334.21 not foundI get that from stable, too, when I upgrade the nvidia-utils/libgl packages (by overriding the file conflicts that is) - as mentioned in the third post here already.
Here both chromium and firefox work as expected. I get a "untrusted issuer" warning on both, and if I accept it, both https://allanmcrae.com and https://www.allanmcrae.com redirect to http://allanmcrae.com - which is what you intended.Chromium has no feature to "permanently add an exception", but firefox has it (and the check box for it is selected by default).
I use BTRFS on RAID to protect against drive failures, and snapper [1,2] for timelined backups protecting against human failures and/or bogus system updates.Additionaly I copy critical data to external drives from time to time to protect against filesystem failures (which is good to have until BTRFS has a reliably working fsck tool)
The idea of subvolumes defeats the purpose of separate partitions, those are soo 2001.Format it with GPT, create a subvol for / so you can do easy snapshotting and fallback.Don't put /var into a separate subvol as it contains your pacman db.But definately one for /home.And compress=lzo for all of them, the compression is smart and will not bother trying to compress things that can't be c