Decided to move to Rails 3 recently and get up to speed on the new framework version. I list here the process I followed to install it on Debian (Lenny).
Deploying apps to Heroku is as simple as git push heroku master But you need a little bit of setup first. If you haven’t got git, install it with apt-get install git-core You will also need the Heroku gem gem install heroku Then set up your app, adding the files to the git repository
I have had need for this more often than I would like of late, it is a nice and quick way to reset the root password if you can’t remember, or the person who had it isn’t around any more. You need access to the actual console of course, physical access or a remote KVM.… Continue reading root user password recovery / resetting on Debian/GNU based linux systems
Got this error today when I browsed to my Joomla site, which I had just imported from elsewhere.
Quite easy really with pilot-xfer.
Couldn’t get my old Palm Tungsten T to work with pilot link. After reading around and trying various things with dev files, I eventually found
So, you want to see the date and time in the Mutt mail client when reading e-mail ? Then add the following to your ~/.muttrc
I have recently used the ‘photorec’ component of the ‘testdisk’ application for recovering files from FAT32 file systems. I had used it before to recover files from general USB devices and others like Compact Flash/MMC/Secure Digital media with great success. Then, I was focusing on recovery of photos and movies. This time I was looking… Continue reading Undelete files on a vfat partition in Ubuntu Debian GNU/Linux
I have been using the Mutt email client for a short while now. By no means an expert, but have found a few little gems.
When viewing various mime attachments, Mutt uses mailcap [/etc/mailcap] to decide which applications to use. I was suprised to find that gif and other images are not supported ‘out of the box’. However,