User talk:Benjamin Mako Hill

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Welcome to the One Laptop per Child wiki. Please make yourself at home; read through the Table of Contents and FAQ, and take a look around. If you need a general wiki-tutorial, Wikieducator has some excellent ones.

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Feel free to leave me a note on my talk page if you have further questions or need help finding your way around.

Cheers, Sj

Contents

Things to add to the unicefwiki

how tos for...

  • Recovering from missing log file for httpd
  • Installing apache config files for new mesh portal
    • Rsyncing without harming config files
  • Running moin on the server / mesh portal once apache is up with an IP

also:

  • Rsync the other direction when updating at the end of the day [clear instr for cfab]

merge to user space

Hi! the page Benjamin Mako Hill is actually in the 'Main' namespace—destined for articles—instead of User:Benjamin Mako Hill—note the 'User:' prefix—which is your personal page.

So the 'merge' should really be a 'move' (but your pages already exist), so it would actually be:

  1. move (copy-paste) the content of the Benjamin Mako Hill into User:Benjamin Mako Hill; and
  2. tag the Benjamin Mako Hill with {{delete}}... so we can tell when to delete it.

Cheers --Xavi 17:35, 17 September 2007 (EDT)

follow-up to User talk:Xavi#Benjamin Mako Hill
You are right! Sorry. Will just delete the page. Sorry about the confusion, didn't review the history—would not be the first user page created in the main space by mistake :) --Xavi 02:02, 20 September 2007 (EDT)

custom for you!

http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Customizing_NAND_images

notes on info file

info file

--Lauren 15:36, 25 January 2008 (EST)

admin requests

See OLPC:Administrators -- as a bureaucrat, you should be familiar with the local process. --Sj talk 08:36, 14 September 2008 (UTC)

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