“The Reason” by Hoobastank

“The Reason” by Hoobastank
Not sure when this song was released, but this one of those songs which make you want to hear it again and again. And the lyrics are also very good. I first heard it on radio in a friend’s car and later I saw it on TV (MTV, maybe) and I loved it!
The video is available at:
http://www2.islanddefjam.com/av/go.wvx?num=28018022533 (Hoobastank website)
http://launch.yahoo.com/video/default.asp?vid=1097571 (Yahoo Launch)
The audio is available at:
http://www2.islanddefjam.com/av/go.wvx?num=27885674096 (Hoobastank website)
I put the song on auto-repeat in Winamp and I still don’t get tired with it!

Restart Apache in Redhat/Fedora

Restart Apache:
service httpd restart
or
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd restart
Note: You should be logged in as root or use su
Other commands:
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd status
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd stop
/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd start
Note: /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd seems to be different from /usr/sbin/httpd
Location of “service”:
/sbin/service
Example: /sbin/service sendmail restart

Tennessee “Vols” beat Florida “Gators” 30-28

Tennessee “Vols” beat Florida “Gators” 30-28 tonight. My throat is sore now after all the shouting and my back aches a bit but I really enjoyed every bit of it! It was a great game!

The win was really an unexpected one. Tennessee was trailing Florida 27-28. I thought we had lost it. Then with 6 seconds to go in the game, James Wilhoit kicked a 50-yard field goal and Tennessee won 30-28.

Attendance was a record 109,061 and I was one of them :). This is the highest attendance at UT’s Neyland Stadium. The previous record attendance was 108,768 in the game against Florida on Sept. 16, 2000.

Detailed news article at UTSports.com

Parade The crowd A Vol fan
 
Cheerleaders The
stadium filling up
Half Time
 
109,061
spectators!
Vols beat
Gators 30-28!!!
Celebrations!
 

A great game! And I am glad I was able to watch it.

 

Changing the default editor in Unix/Linux

Changing the default editor in Unix/Linux
unix> export EDITOR=pico
In the above example, the default editor is changed from vi to pico. So, the next time we run a program like crontab which uses the default editor, the file will open in pico and not vi.
unix> crontab -e