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Glasgow Fright Fest 2010 Programme

January 22nd, 2015

I'm adding the listing here for completeness and partly because the Fright Festival doesn't list them any more.

Friday 26th February 2010
19:00Frozen
21:302001 Maniacs: Field of Screams
23:45Stag Night
Saturday 27th February 2010
14:00Lizard in a Woman's Skin
16:15Amer
19:00[Rec] 2
21:00Splice
23:30Harpoon: Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre
(aka Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre)

Glasgow Fright Fest 2011 Programme

January 22nd, 2015

I'm adding the listing here for completeness and partly because the Fright Festival doesn't list them any more.

Friday 25th February 2011
18:30Little Deaths
21:00I Saw The Devil
23:45Machete Maidens Unleashed!
Saturday 26th February 2011
14:00Rubber
16:00Territories
19:00The Shrine
21:00Mother's Day
23:15Hobo With A Shotgun

Glasgow Fright Fest 2012 Programme

January 21st, 2015

I'm adding the listing here for completeness and partly because the Fright Festival website is pretty appalling.

Friday 24th February 2012
13:00Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel
16:00Tape 407: The Mesa Reserve Incident (aka Area 407)
18:30Crawl
21:00The Day
23:00War of the Dead
Saturday 25th February 2012
11:00Evidence
13:15Penumbra
15:30Rites of Spring
18:30L?Arrivo Di Wang / Wang?s Arrival
21:00Cassadaga
11:15The Raid

Glasgow Fright Fest 2013 Programme

January 21st, 2015

I'm adding the listing here for completeness and partly because the Fright Festival website is pretty appalling.

Friday 22 February 2013
13:00The American ScreamIMDB
15:00Sawney: The Flesh of ManIMDB
17:30The Lords of SalemIMDB
20:15ByzantiumIMDB
23:00Detention of the DeadIMDB
Saturday 23 February 2013
11:00Black SabbathIMDB
13:30Bring Me The Head Of Machine Gun WomanIMDB
15:45The BayIMDB
18:30ABCs of DeathIMDB
21:00AftershockIMDB
11:00HellfjordIMDB

Posix PHP commands not working under CentOS 7

December 8th, 2014

It took me a while to figure out why posix_getgid, posix_getegid, posix_getuid and posix_geteuid weren't working on my CentOS 7 installation of PHP. In fact none of the POSIX commands were available. PHPInfo revealed nothing, it didn't even mention POSIX. On checking the PHP web site it said that all the posix_* commands were built in and needed no configuration to switch them on!

I did a bit of hunting around and I found that RHEL and CentOS distributions of Linux compiled their version of PHP without this module, sighting that it was a security hole to allowed these commands to be run.

If you really want it for development servers, then you can easily install it via the yum process:

yum install php-process

but you must restart httpd after installing it:

systemctl stop httpd
systemctl start httpd