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 WareLogging. Useful things on a Debian GNU/Linux system. Also some stuff under [Ubuntu].
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 [http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/apt-howto/ch-apt-get.en.html#s-default-version How to keep a mixed system]. Useful if you don't want to risk hosing your entire system by running unstable, but need some packages it contains. Basically, put something like: 
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 * [http://docs.php.net/en/install.unix.debian.html Command-line PHP] - Short version: apt-get install php5-cli
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-BookLogging, IdeaLogging.  ShepardKrech wrote ''The Ecological Indian: Myth and History''. UniversityOfNebraskaPress is probably going to publish a collection called ''(Reconsidering|Perspectives on) the Ecological Indian: Native Americans and the Environment''.
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+BookLogging, IdeaLogging.  ShepardKrech wrote _The Ecological Indian: Myth and History_. UniversityOfNebraskaPress is probably going to publish a collection called ''(Reconsidering|Perspectives on) the Ecological Indian: Native Americans and the Environment''.
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 SeeAlso (loosely speaking): JaredDiamond, GunsGermsAndSteel, [[Stephen J Pyne]], VirginiaNazarea, WilliamCronon, MichaelHarkin, DavidLewis, CharlesWohlforth.

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 <[[Anonymous]]> hi um...... I dont really get this iam very like so do not get this ..
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-  im looking for something back in the1700's and 1800's and things like that and about slavery.
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-<[[Anonymous]]> so could you like help me wit this, what am i kiding you are a computer you can not help me no matter what you could not talk to me no matter what duh i am so stupid man i wish somethin would pop on the computer and would give me the 411
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+  im looking for something back in the1700's and 1800's and things like that and about slavery.
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+<[[Anonymous]]> so could you like help me wit this, what am i kiding you are a computer you can not help me no matter what you could not talk to me no matter what duh i am so stupid man i wish somethin would pop on the computer and would give me the 411

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 All original text is dedicated to the public domain, unless otherwise noted. Software info at WalaCode. Please use SandBox to test-drive features. You can subscribe to an [http://p1k3.com/wala/wala_feed.pl Atom feed of changes]. GoPlaces. LinkDump.
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-<[Brennen]> WareLogging: First thought on writing a decent web-scraping script: If you're working with a known set of files, the first thing to do is cache them locally before you even think about processing them. Broadband or no, local storage is so much faster that you're going to save time unless you get it right on the first try - and how likely is that? Also, a server administrator somewhere is going to be a lot happier with you than if you download the same batch of a thousand files about 15 times. Even if you're going to spider through them looking for other files to add to the set, it ''might'' be a good idea to separate that logic from other processing, so that you can avoid loading them from a server more than once while you hammer things into shape.
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