Whenever I try to create a session on my website and specify the absolute location (ex: /home/lyreamc/public_html/) of the folder, CGI::Session creates the folder and the file, but the file is never modified again; it’s as if CGI::Session isn’t working at all after that. But here’s where it gets weird. If I just set the directory to /tmp everything works perfectly, however, this is a location I have no access to via ftp (and they won’t let me ssh). I made a file to view what was in that folder, and there were a bunch of session files similar to mine. Weird. I’m not sure if it’s a permissions issue, but I’m too tired right now to care.

Oh, yeah, classes start tomorrow. I had to enroll in a hurry…

Computer Architecture
Economic History Of The US
Intro To Statistics
Contemporary Art & Theory

webhosting and

Things are finally starting to look up in terms of web hosting. Thanks to, I was able to get everything configured perfectly. Although… They don’t seem to support mod_perl for some reason, so I had to find a way to get PLP to work through CGI. Ah well. Maybe I could convince them to install FactCGI or mod_perl anyways. Off to bed.