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RE: [opensource-91] RE: meeting locations

From: Todd W.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 10:33 AM
It takes a minute but it will get the job done (at least it did for me).................­.I had a similar situation and had to download the entire website to my local machine so everything could be indexed (must have Windows 7 with indexing enabled....it is by default) and then simply did a keyword search at the top tier of the folder structure and found every instance of code that was referenced by that keyword and simply uninstalled that extension = problem solved.  It made me wish that my FTP client could do the same........I am not sure if there is indexing of file content at the FTP level or is there?  I bet you could do a file content search if you had root access to the VPS or physical server!

Regards,

Todd Wahl
Atlanta Technology Force, Inc
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-----Original Message-----
From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of John Stevenson
Sent: Tuesday, August 14,[masked]:15 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [opensource-91] RE: meeting locations

I have a question for the group.  I was looking at a site I did for a client about 8 months ago and noticed this at the bottom of the site - "Extensions by SiteGroundweb hosting".
It is on the bottom of every page...including popups.  How do I get rid of it?  I looked for something I added to the site from SiteGround but I haven't found any.  Any suggestions?

John Stevenson

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From: "Brent Laminack" <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: 8/12/2012 8:53:56 AM
Subject: [opensource-91] RE: meeting locations
>HP used to have a facility there. the Atlanta  Unix Users' Group met 
>there for some time. However, they vacated that space a couple of years 
>ago. They moved back into some space they had just off ga 400 and 
>windward.
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>brent
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>John, doesn’t HP have a huge office just across 285 from Perimeter?
>They should have something if anyone has a connection there.
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