@brandont I guess it depends what you are used to :D But yeah, perl does have a learning curve. The hash/array structures can take a bit getting used to. I've coded a lot of C, so perl isn't so distant in that sense.
This is pretty sad:
"GET / HTTP/1.1" 403 146 "-" "Expanse, a Palo Alto Networks company, searches across the global IPv4 space multiple times per day to identify customers' presences on the Internet. If you would like to be excluded from our scans, please send IP addresses/domains to: email@example.com"
Yes, that's SPAM in my weblog using HTTP GET... I have no words. And to top it off, mail us to not be scanned... #spam
Just a little tip that might be useful. Leaving a directory you know you have to go back to, can be annoying. pushd and popd to the rescue. 'pushd .' for current, ,then cd to wherever, do your thing, and popd, and you're back.
@xpil "delete all" just isn't as satisfying as burning pics..i can see that. Kinda like rage closing an old flip phone, vs. rage pushing a red touch screen image......doesn't work.
@jpain AH wait.,im sorry, the opposite. He was using open source, but moved to propriotary and problem went away.
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