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Centmin Mod Powered Sites item created by Tracy Perry, Dec 22, 2016
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The Pipe Stand
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Very nice layout there and that server ain't bad
Thanks.. it's still evolving as time goes on.. and I've been very happy with the server after dumping the Host series (the D-1520 processor) one from them.
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ah shame to see sites you put your heart and soul into go away
Guess retirement has many distractions to keep you occupied
Yeah... I was going to bring the pipe site back up since I "thought" I had all the files.. but got to looking and this was the ONLY one I didn't grab an archive of the physical files of. Got everything else for some reason.
Well, at least my blog is still up. Got tired of NameCheap's cruddy shared hosting and broke down and got a RamNode VPS (even though I vowed I wasn't going to get back into administering a "server") and installed CentMin on it and had it up and running in a few minutes - other than a WordPress move issue.
And the guitar lessions/practice takes up more time than I most people devote. I try to practice around 3 hours a day minimum (spread out throughout the day).
Nice - i bought a guitar intending to learn but no free time. Head deep in servers and long way off from retirement
Recommendation... take some time to fiddle around with them. It helps prevent burn-out!
I don't burn out, I ignite (with passion) !
But yeah I know what you mean
ah an exercise in revivals
Well, it was either install WordPress/WooCommerce (yuck) or set up a shop... if I'm going to go to that trouble I'd just as soon have a forum running also!
Luckily even without the site files, I was able to use the DB I did have and IPS did an auto-upgrade. Now I have to redo all the images that I lost.
Glad to see that one of your sites made a comeback. Pipes are very manly.