Drupal users – Get Views Bulk Operations

Aug 16th, 2012 | By

This isn’t an installation guide or anything like that, it’s just a piece of advice seroquel price.  Go out and get the get the Views bulk operations module.. It will save you more time than I can imagine changing taxonomy terms in bulk and doing other batch operations on your content nodes.



Speeding up PHP with APC (NOT eAccelerator) in Debian Squeeze running php 5 and apache 2

Jul 27th, 2012 | By

Well today my server was being killed by something or other and after 30 minutes of trying to track down what it was I decided to spend my time optimizing my server and implementing a proper caching mechanism (finally!).  I come from a BSD background and we ran eAccelerator on all of our servers so
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Setup your swap partition a flash card in Debian linux

Jul 20th, 2012 | By

*A WORD TO THE WISE – DO NOT ATTEMPT THIS* Flash cards are not designed to handle heavy loads of tiny read/writes all the time and will fail sooner rather than later.. I just had my system go into the shitty with a syslog filled with 1000’s of messages like this:  [59443.104957] Write-error on swap-device
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Attrociously high pings to router with wifi in Debian 64 with Atheros 9k

Jul 18th, 2012 | By

Simple little solution that has been plaguing me all week.  We just upgraded our router and after scanning the local networks I found that channel 11 was completely unused so I switched it to that and man oh man that was nothing but a bad idea.  Even though channel 11 was the emptiest channel I’ve
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SMTP server not sending: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from unknown[0.0.0.0] 451 4.3.0 : Temporary lookup failure – Too many mysql Connections

Jun 16th, 2012 | By

So are you seeing this error message in thunderbird or evolution?  Chances are your smtp server isn’t able to connect to mysql properly as there are too many current connections for it to get in there. To test this theory go into mysql on the server and type SHOW GLOBAL STATUS; Chances are your going
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Renaming multiple filenames using find and sed

Jun 16th, 2012 | By

You thought you knew how to do this didn’t you?  For me my brain thought ‘oh that’s easy I just do..err wait.. Ok I have to think about this.. ok how about.. errr’ and then I went through this mental contortion act of how to get a variable declared using find and then I echo
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MPD Not Starting: mpdlisten: Failed to listen on localhost (line 69)

May 8th, 2012 | By

Having this problem are we? Did you just make some changes to your network/wireless setup by any chance? I know I did.  Well for me what my problem was was that I emptied my /etc/network/interfaces file to try to troubleshoot some wireless problems and in doing so it caused mpd to stop functioning.. So right
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MPD (music player daemon) crashing after 2 seconds in Debian Squeeze

May 6th, 2012 | By

Yea, this was a fun little one that cropped up this week for whatever god damn reason.. Anyways i would love a file into GMP and get it ready to go and I would get 2 seconds when MPD would crash.. Sometimes it crashed so hard I had to restart alsa and modprobe my soundcard
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Improving Wireless stability and connectivity in Debian Squeeze with Atheros AR9287

May 4th, 2012 | By

Well ever since moving to my new apartment here the landlords wifi has just been atrocious.  I mean I lived down in Colombia, I’ve piggy-backed off wifi signals in Croatia, i’ve backpacked around the world jerry rigging blackberries as tethers in developing countries in the middle of no where and this wifi here is BY
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Cannot login to Skype in Linux: Another instance may exist

May 4th, 2012 | By

Try deleting the ~/.Skype/shared.xml and shared.lck and ~/.Skype/PROFILENAME/config.lck next rename .Skype to .Skype_saved and restart skype You will be able to login correctly but not mcuh good without all your stuff so copy _saved directory over the regular one and see if that helps. If it doesn’t then check this out: You need to find
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