Shifted blog to CS server

After a few trials and errors I have shifted the blog files to the my CS webspace.
It is working fine except that it seems to be much slower here. Most probably it is slow because I am keeping the MySQL database on the server. Maybe I should shift over to Berkeley DB and keep the files on my CS webspace instead.
Another thing I learnt is that to change the file permissions of all files in a directory, I should use:
UNIX> chmod -R 755 docs
[This will change the permissions of files in the “docs” directory to 755].
I know this seems pretty elementary but well I did not know :(. Anyway, SSH by default keeps the file permissions to 644 [at least on the CS server]. All these days, I have been going into the directories and manually changing the file permissions!!! I did write a Perl script sometime to do this, but it did not work properly always. Anyway, the Perl script might come in handy if the owner of the directory is “nobody” [happens sometimes for auto-generated files] or if Shell access is not there [for example, in cases of shared hosting where only FTP and cgi-bin access is given]

Everything is working fine.

Everything is working fine now. I figured out why I was not getting the main page. It was being generated inside the cgi-bin directory.
Now, I have to figure out if I can set up Movable Type on my CS account and keep the MySQL database file on

Thursday Night

Went to Wal-Mart with Nikhil, Damu and Saumil. Bought some groceries. Manish and Pady made chicken. We had a small party of sorts at night. Anuj and Sampy also came. The chicken was really tasty. Nikhil and Damu went back at 2:10 AM. I am still trying to figure out how to generate the index page in MT.

Installed MovableType

Hi All,
Installed Movable Type on webspace today. Tried to install on my CS webspace but some modules were not present. Also, I am not provided MySQL access in my CS account.
– Bobs