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Mount NFS from server to client

Many projects I tend to work on require mounting of directories over a network in order to propagate static data in a load balanced, redundant environment. This howto details how to configure an NFS server and mount a directory on a client.

Posted in Linux

How to solve the MySQL replication Access denied for user ‘debian-sys-maint’@’localhost’ issue

While testing a MySQL master -> slave replication I was unable to connect to the slave remotely, despite this working on the master. Originally I thought the issue was simple, I forgot to comment out the binding of MySQL to in /etc /mysql/my.cnf

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Simple MySQL replication with Ubuntu – Master to slave

A simple, easy to follow and extremely detailed how to on setting up basic MySQL master to slave replication on Ubuntu.

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Appcelerator: Left/Right nav button background colour

Due to the workings of the iPhone SDK, allowing system buttons, which are the default nav buttons located on the navbar to have different background colours is not currently possible.

Posted in Appcelerator

Tag cloud representing myself

Being inspired by Wordle I thought it would be fun to do a tag cloud that represents myself. Also, being 10-10-2010 10:10 I thought I’d post this now.

Posted in Interesting

Mind cramp!

My Death Explanation Letter

My Death Explanation Letter

It’s often that a programmer will be looking at his or her code for hours on end and finally come to a point where they’re unable to solve the most simple of problems.

This isn’t to do with the programmers ability to program and logically diagnose a problem, it’s mind cramp, it’s no different from doing a great deal of exercise and then having stiff muscles and no longer being able to walk for the rest of the day.

Posted in Development

14 of my favourite computing quotes

Recursion – Unknown Author

In order to understand recursion, one must first understand recursion.

Mistakes – Mitch Ratcliffe

A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any other invention in human history, with the possible exceptions of handguns and tequila.

Posted in Funny

PHP: Decode WINDOWS-1252 character encoding

Recently I came across a character encoding that I didn’t recognise, WINDOWS-1252. Being a Windows character encoding it’s not at all surprising that I didn’t recognise it/do not like it.

The solution to decoding such encoded strings is actually pretty simple, despite it taking me a little while to grasp, hence for sharing the information with you all.

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Should we care about IE 9?

IE 9

IE 9

With the IE 9 release being just around the corner as well as seeing the article “With less than 50% market share, IE is now losing the browser wars” at Mashable I decided to dig deeper into whether we should care about the release of IE 9.

Microsoft have probably realised that one day their browser will not be the top browser to use if they carry on moving away from standards as they have been. This is understandable and most likely the reason IE 9 boasts support for lots of HTML5 specification features, such as audo and video elements, SVG and the HTML 5 canvas bitmap.

Posted in Browsers

SVN: View logs

While you’re at the terminal you may as well take advantage of subversions log command to view logs/history without having to open your browser.

This quick tip gives an overview of how to get the most out of svn log.

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