Learning OS X
I usually like the learning process. I’ve never really hated it (well, except Math…) until today.
I’m supposed to set up a Mac OS X Server machine to run MySQL, PostgreSQL, and a few other toys, so the box can be used for commercial web hosting. I say supposed to because I don’t actually know anything about OS X, or Unix, or any SQL at all!
I have until the end of the weekend to completely learn those technologies to perfection, so the machine can accept new hosting clients by Monday morning. I am anticipating many problems.
If you are an SQL or OS X wizard, please shoot me an email, then I can maybe retain some shred of sanity over the next few days.
This item was posted byon Wednesday, July 24th, 2002.
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