Yeah, so even if you turn off basic authentication and specify a different auth method, Apache (at least some versions of it) still looks around for an auth file and throws a “pcfg_openfile() called with NULL” error when it can’t find one. To fix, set the user auth file to /dev/null:
Or you can just ignore the errror I suppose. It looks more serious than it is.
Mantis is apparently on an Emacs-esque release schedule. Two years of work gives us 1.2.0. This release includes a new, and long-needed, plugin repository.
These days I spend most of my time in Trac, though I long for a switch back to Mantis.
Here’s another memory crutch.
# rkhunter --propupd will “update the entire file properties database, or just for the specified entries”. Run after a significant system upgrade or prepare for a few moments of self-inflicted panic a day or two later.
This is excellent. How to fight back against the Nutritional Industrial Complex.
Two-thirds of ad budgets go to heavily processed foods.
Is the ancient Chinese curse upon us?
How have US printing presses not yet caused a rift in the space-time continuum?