This video is REALLY funny!
This video is REALLY funny!
Perlbrew is a tool to manage multiple perl installations in your
$HOMEdirectory. They are completely isolated perl universes. This approach has many benefits:
- No need to run
sudoto install CPAN modules, any more.
- Try the monthly released new perls.
- Learn new language features.
- Test production code.
- Leave vendor perl (the one that comes with OS) alone
- Hacking perl internals.
- Just to keep up with fashion.
While the default is good enough, you may customize it to install to alternative places, or even let multiple users share the whole perlbrew environment.
Moving your home directory
Don’t email me for help. This is an advanced maneuver, you’re on your own!
Go into, and select the account you’d like to move; click the lock to unlock.
Chooseby right-clicking or control-clicking on the account you want to relocate:
Next, copy your home directory to the desired location, then change it using thebutton as shown below. Don’t mess with anything here unless you really know what you are doing.
Do not forget—
- After making these changes, immediately reboot, then REMOVE your original home directory to avoid confusion.
- Don’t forget to create another admin account that resides on the boot drive, so that you login if your regular account is on a volume that “goes away”.
I am in the middle of the work for a GNU/Linux keynote & hands-on demo for some colleagues.
Everything went ok during the installation until first reboot on which the system told me:
FATAL: INT18: BOOT FAILURE"
remaining into the error mode and forcing me to manually reboot.
If this happens to you too be sure to check if the installation media (the cd-rom or the dvd-rom) is still present in the player (!!!) and remove it.
It happears to be a know issue with VirtualBox, since a bug #2680 was opened 3 years ago and still unresolved (probably because it’s unclear if it’s VirtualBox or Fedora dvd boot system fault).
Ejecting the optical media solved my issue, cheers!
I was in need to upload the maximum size of some attachments in my self hosted WordPress installation. I had 3 videos of an event my employee attended and moving the file manually in the /var/www/html/$MYSITE/wp-content/uploads/$YEAR/$MONTH directory didn’t help me since that way they are invisible to the WP Dashboard
Since I run my own server I choose the php.ini editing way (in /etc) … all I had to do was to edit those two values:
Another idea would be to add to top of your wp-config.php this value:
… and that probably would be better since it modifies just the WP installation without touching the rest of the system and the other CMS used in your server … When I’ll go “live” I’ll try this one and report here in case problems occours!
AppleJack is a user friendly troubleshooting assistant for Mac OS X. With AppleJack you can troubleshoot a computer even if you can’t load the GUI, or don’t have a startup CD handy. AppleJack runs in Single User Mode and is menu-based for ease of use.
Using AppleJack, you can repair your disk, repair permissions, validate the system’s preference files, and get rid of possibly corrupted cache files. In most cases, these operations can help get your machine back on track. The important thing is that you don’t need another startup disk with you. All you need to do is restart in Single User Mode (SUM), by holding down the command and s keys at startup, and then typing applejack, or applejack auto (which will run through all the tasks automatically), or applejack auto restart (which will also restart the computer automatically at the end of the process).