Installing rpy and rpy2 on RHEL6

I wanted to install rpy and rpy2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. Here's how I did it. There have been several fixes in the rpy SVN repository that have not shown up in the version downloadable from SourceForge. Hopefully that's been fixed by now, but here's how I installed it by retrieving rpy directly from the repository.

First I made sure that the python-devel package was installed to avoid the error src/RPy.h:63:20: error: Python.h: No such file or directory:

yum install python-devel

Solution to nodereference_autocomplete_access error

We recently rolled out a site to testing and got a mysterious error:

warning: call_user_func_array() [function.call-user-func-array]: First argument is expected to be a valid callback, 'nodereference_autocomplete_access' was given in /var/www/html/drupal/includes/menu.inc on line 453.

We were using Acquia Drupal, so the nodereference module was right where one would expect. What was Drupal's problem?

Adding threads support to perl built by MacPorts

I had installed perl5.12 from MacPorts. sudo port installed listed

Mail Forwarding on OS X Server 10.5 Leopard: Using /etc/aliases

I like to have my mailserver set up so that mail sent to apache@www.example.com (through a relay at mail.example.com) comes to one of my email addresses.

On my old crufty Mac OS X Server mailserver, which runs postfix, I was wondering why mail sent to apache@www.example.com was not getting delivered, even though in /etc/aliases on mail.example.com clearly had the entries

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