June 27, 2006

Has it been a week already?

To go into slightly more detail, the bungee jump was awesome.

I've tried to install Gallery to show more pictures from the event, but that's refusing to cooperate.

Got my results, and did well in all my modules except Introduction to Quantitative Economics and Professional Skills. Overall I got 83.4%.

Packed and moved back to Bristol. Have yet to unpack a lot of it.

Did some Perl programming, with the inevitable result that I remembered how totally weird Perl is.


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  1. Which version of Gallery are you trying to install?

    I installed Gallery2 on a website last week and it's working for me (after a bit of fiddling!). What's the problem with it?

    27 Jun 2006, 11:32

  2. Alan Hazelden

    It's the latest version of Gallery2.

    I only get as far as validating myself, and then the next stage of the installation just doesn't load. It doesn't even seem to time out. I just get a blank page which is loading.

    I couldn't find anything mentioning this problem anywhere, so I should probably get around to asking on the support forums.

    27 Jun 2006, 16:45

  3. Alan Hazelden

    And of course, I try again and it works…

    27 Jun 2006, 17:53


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