If you happen to maintain your webpage with Drupal and also host a SVN-Repository on the very same host you can run into trouble. Just try to commit a file starting with a period (for example a project file from eclipse: .project). It will give you an error "access denied for unknown reason". The solution is quite simple. There is a rule in the .htaccess file from Drupal which denies access to files starting with a period. You can either delete this rule or restrict it to only apply for the drupal part of the page.
After you install Gnome 3 you won't be able to see the Desktop icons. This is because they are hidden by the default settings. But it is quite easy to fix: run gnome-tweak-tool. Select the File Manager category and check "Have file manager handle the desktop". Now the desktop icons should be visible again.
When you run gnome-tweak-tool after installing Gnome 3 you can get the following error:
GLib-GIO-ERROR **: Settings schema 'org.gnome.shell.clock' is not installed
The cause is that you are missing a schema which is installed together with gnome-shell (which is probably not installed because you are running the fallback mode). The obvious fix is to install gnome-shell. But if you want to run Gnome 3 in fallback mode you need to do some additional steps: Open the System Settings, go to System Info, Graphics and check “Forced Fallback Mode”.
One place where you can find those files is dict.leo.org. You can easily play and download the pronunciation of a english word with the following bash script (just copy and save it to filename.sh):
#!/bin/bash if [ $# -le 0 ] then echo "usage:<script> <word> <word2> <word3> ..." exit 1 fi for i in $* do; mplayer "http://www.leo.org/dict/audio_en/$i.mp3" wget "http://www.leo.org/dict/audio_en/$i.mp3" done
To execute just run something like:
sh /data/Scripts/playanddownloadenglishmp3.sh dangerous
sh /data/Scripts/playanddownloadenglishmp3.sh dangerous sign fish noun
When you start anki you might encounter something like:
[patrick@localhost anki-1.2.6]$ ./anki Traceback (most recent call last): File "./anki", line 7, in raise Exception("Anki should be run with python2.x.") Exception: Anki should be run with python2.x.
If you are running a up-to-date linux distribution python2 should be installed but it is possible that the default version is set to python(1). However there is a very simple fix. Just open the anki (Anki Root Folder) file in a texteditor and replace the first line:
now it should be no problem to run Anki
The guestbook module of cmsmadesimple has the bad habit of showing the following error message after updates: Call to undefined function nl2pnbr(). The fix is quite easy. Just open the filemodules/Guestbook/action.get-entrylist.php in a texteditor and replace the line
$entry['message'] = nl2pnbr($entry['message']);
with the line
$entry['message'] = nl2br($entry['message']);
After that it works just fine.
The player fails because of the update of the Uploads module and some missing includes. A fix is quite easy:
Open modules/EnhancedXSPF/action.admin_edit_playlist.php in a texteditor. You need to change the line 101 from
$filelist = array_merge($filelist, $uploads->getFileList($category));
$filelist = array_merge($filelist, $uploads->get_category_file_list($category));
Now you should be able to edit the playlists again.
There is still another problem left. The playlist is not generated. To fix this issue open up modules/EnhancedXSPF/playlist.xml.php in a texteditor. You need to insert another include. You can insert the following line:
just after line 20 (where adodb is included)
The player should work the same as before after applying these fixes
Sometimes git gui displays a lot of files like this:
old mode 100644 new mode 100755
They only differ in their permissions and usually we don't really care.
Just execute the following command in the root directory of the repository:
git config core.filemode false
Start the Fan Control Application
qcontrol -d &
Now you can set one of the following speeds: stop, silence, low, medium, high, full
qcontrol fanspeed silence
I'm running my TS-209 in the silence mode. I have no harddisks installed (just use if for VPN and as file server for usb-attached disks) and therefore it is not necessary to cool it down
First you need to make sure that you have installed the required packages for secure Wireless connections:
sudo aptitude install wpasupplicant
Now you need to open the /etc/network/interfaces file in a text editor:
sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
Just add the following lines:
auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-ssid NetworkName wpa-psk NetworkPassword