Lograh (lograh) wrote,

programming with attitude

So, I found something I think I may be able to use as an image gallery on my website (if it's easier for me to update, it'll be updated more often -- that and why should I bother reinventing the wheel?), and the install script goes through and checks for required components. This is a great idea and I like that it checks the system. I got some errors on the system checks, so down at the bottom I see this:

"Your installation has warnings, but life is short so let's GO! "
and then a "continue" button. :)

loving it. This sort of "damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!" approach is just my style. :)

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