I just heard this edit of Queen’s Keep Yourself Alive for the first time and I love it. It’s longer than the original and definitely worth listening to if you know the original.
Apparently it was recorded in 1975 as a possible radio edit according to this post but it was finally released in 1991 by Hollywood Records.
This acetate first was thought to be from circa 1972. But some years ago in an interview Brian confirmed that in 1975 it was re-recorded as new version for a possibly new release. Interestingly, the “long” track is refered to as a “long lost retake” on the hollywood version.
I’d love to know what other material is in the Queen vaults waiting to be heard..
Pi-Hole is an ad blocker you run on a Raspberry Pi on your local network to provide ad blocking services to all the devices in your home.
When installed normally it uses Lighttpd but I already had Apache2 on my Raspberry Pi. There are a few threads and this doc about migrating to Apache2 but none of them mention SQLite3.
If you don’t have that module installed the ad blocking part will still work but the web admin will show an almost empty page. Look in /var/log/apache2/error.log and you’ll see an error like this:
PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Class 'SQLite3' not found in /var/www/html/admin/scripts/pi-hole/php/database.php
It’s easy to install the SQLite3 mod for PHP:
sudo apt install php-sqlite3
Then restart Apache2
sudo service apache2 restart
I’ve had Pi-Hole installed for years but I think I ran into the read-only problem mentioned here too. As stated in the doc above, the fix is simple. Add the Apache user to the pihole group. That will allow you to update various settings from the web admin.
Build machines to automate building more machines to automate researching new technologies to build more machines and eventually build a Dyson Sphere around the local sun. Rinse and repeat in a new solar system.
There’s so much in this early access game but even at this early stage I can easily recommend Dyson Sphere Program if you are a fan of Factorio or Satisfactory. I got bored of the former and never played the latter. DSP hits the spot for me.
For help check out the related Steam community, the DSP subreddit or any of the numerous Youtube videos on the game.
This is a gravestone in the graveyard of St. James’s Church in Durrus, Sheep’s Head as pictured in 2014. Ted died well before his time at a young age and I have no idea who he was but to judge by his final message he must have been an interesting character.
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