To make the links other posts more domain name independent, it would be nice to have internal links.
By default Drupal does not have this feature, but it is possible by using PathFilter.
PathFilter translate a relative internal path to a full URL. This module integrates with the Drupal HTML Filter.
If you look to your current URL for this website, you will see a path-prefix /en, because this post in English.
This site is also in Dutch (/nl) and it was also possible to switch to Czech (/cs). This was only to switch the menu's to the Czech language, so I wanted it to remove this language.
With the i18n module, it is possible to make a Drupal site multilingual, but the data such as site name, slogan, mission, etc. are not translated. But with a trick it is possible.
Open the file: /sites/default/settings.php and add the following text:
* Multilingual settings
* This is a collection of variables that can be set up for each language when i18n enabled.
* These are the basic ones for Drupal core, but you can add your own here.
$ conf [ ‘i18n_variables’] = array (
Some of the Drupal Admin pages did not work.
For example the menu: Home »Administer» Site Construction »Menus» Navigation
The problem seemed to be solved after disabling the various modules. But when I went looking for the module what causes the trouble, it was a bit random. In short, the problem was not in the modules, but the extra memory usage that the modules used.
As part of setting up my Drupal site I installed the XML Sitemap Module. Taken from the project page: “XML Sitemap automatically creates a site map that conforms to the sitemaps.org specification. This helps search engines keep their search results up to date“. This is an important part of helping the search engines find my site and have an accurate list of the content on my site. Because I am on Drupal 6 I used a dev version of the module because there is not a stable release available yet. I am using the “6.x-1.x-dev” version. Installation took me a little longer than I expected because I had to create a number of accounts with different search providers to obtain the codes that the module needed. Here is a rundown of installing and configuring the module. (more detailed -albeit not entirely current- directions can be found here)
At this moment i am using Oleg's firmware on the Asus WL500g Premium. This device is used for Wifi router and samba server with usb hard disk and printer. I have also a Linksys NSLU2 with OpenSlug firmware as a NAS in my network. I want to backup this NAS automatically to the USB hard disk attached to the WL500g Premium. I found a nice description about how to do this here. This article describes exactly what i need, an "Easy automated snapshot-style backup".
Used firmware WL500gp-220.127.116.11-7g.trx from Oleg
In the forum wl500g.info is information available for the installation.
I used the first time installation HowTo part 1 and 2 from Marcnesium.
The original Asus firmware
The original firmware from Asus (version 18.104.22.168) is good. This firmware version is stable and has a lot of nice functions, like:
QoS, which is easy adjustable.
Easy to attach hard disk and printer
And all kind of things what i should expect in a Wifi router
What do i need more?
After a few months working with this device, i have only one wish. An automatic backup.