Why do the PHP developers insist on changing config defaults and leaving no clue of the same while generating warning in the web server log files. It happened with register_globals = Off by default with PHP 4.x and now its the turn for long_array = Off in PHP5.x
Apparently, security and performance is the concern. I am all for it but why the heck did they allow it in the first place???
jot — print sequential or random data
The jot utility is used to print out increasing, decreasing, random, or
redundant data, usually numbers, one per line.
Can now avoid the use of for aa in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 like loops and instead replace it with a jot.
So I figured out why the heck my rebuilt kernel dumps core. Turned out that acpi.ko was stale and did bad things. Added “device acpi” to MYKERNEL conf file and am back in business.
ACPI support is no longer a module, so a stale acpi.ko lying around in /boot/modules wont cause problems anymore.