Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.

24 September 2003

I wake up early, and what do I find as a welcome? Eudora is broken, which isn’t surprising and could be the opportunity to import my mail into Mozilla or Thunderbird, but Apache is broken too, and that’s much weirder.

And that’s just because I exceptionally turned off my computer for the night (the fan was making too much noise — I’ve got bad luck with fans).

Argh. How do I fix something that has no reason to be broken?

P.S. I got the solution when Mozilla displayed a message about There’s SSL thingy having expired in 2004. I had indeed thought of an internal clock problem, because it made perfect sense, but I didn’t imagine that everything could be right (to the minute) except for being in 2104. Odd. Maybe it’s an unexpected secificity of motherboards designed for AMD CPUs.

Anyway, I already knew that Eudora was poorly programmed, but I’m surprised that Apache or PHP (more likely PHP) would crash because of the year. I hope it’s a specific bug of the Windows port.

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