AT&T doesn’t provide much support for people using their own equipment, leaving it up to us to figure out configuration issues.
They now support IPv6. The following instructions for an ASUS router (most use the same software) are derived from the information at: IPv6 compatibility for IFITL page hosted by AT&T. My setup uses DSL, not IFITL, and is across the country from the area referred to in AT&T, so I suspect this works throughout the AT&T network.
Updating Drupal core always makes me a bit nervous, as it involves ripping out the old version and inserting a new. Not having access to Drush, I decided to make a shell script that would automate the steps, eliminating the usual risk of human error. The following is the script. It’s heavily commented, so I’ll keep extra remarks to a minimum.
The script takes one argument, the full URL of the new Drupal version (e.g., http://ftp.Drupal.org/files/projects/Drupal-7.19.tar.gz). Line 20 in the script is the only one that needs editing to match your installation.
Recently, Beth, Cody, Jill and I went to Scandinavia (mainly Norway) with my brother and his wife. Attached are a few of the pictures we took. Among us, we took over 2500 pictures, so choosing a few was difficult. Hope these convey some of the feeling of the trip!
Ola pessoal! I just got back from a two-day excursion to Chapada Diamantina (Diamond Plateau), a national park in the state of Bahia about a 7 hour drive away. I went with eight other people (7 girls and 1 other guy) and we took a bus from Salvador at 11:30 pm so that we could sleep on the bus and arrive in the morning.