I installed Ubuntu 12.04 on a 64GB Class 10 SD Card.
I would not recommend it. I installed preload, took off the swap, disabled disk cache on browsers but it was still slow. But it worked, and that’s probably what you want.
Had windows on a 128GB SSD
Wanted Ubuntu on a 64GB SDCard.
If you wanna go this way you gotta make sure GRUB (and not the windows boot.cfg) is your boot manager.
Follow the steps on this thread that modify the kernel to load the sdcard modules
and it should work.
“When you nourish your true character, your reputation will take care of itself.”
I was trying to install hiphop-php, and while compiling curl, ran accross this issue
../lib/.libs/libcurl.so: undefined reference to `SSLv2_client_method'
So I went over to github and fixed my file. Their new file is here
So if you edit your own file, around line 1457, you will see a line that looks like this(github line 1461):
Change your case/break statement to only contain what is in the following snippet
if (data->set.ssl.authtype == CURL_TLSAUTH_SRP)
failf(data, "openSSL was compiled without SSLv2 support");
req_method = SSLv2_client_method();
Shazam! Good luck curling!
First, you need to add the Zend Key to your Aptitude (So you can use their repository), and for this we need root.
Enter Sudo Console
Add the key to our local key storage (Zend’s key was unavailable, so I put one on my server.. Got it from pastebin
wget http://anebg.net/zend.key -O- | sudo apt-key add -
After downloading the download script from zend,
Extract it,go to the directory where you extracted it on the terminal and Install Zend CE for PHP 5.3
./install_zs.sh 5.3 ce
First, make sure your HTML is valid.
Second, make sure your encoding is true to what your TCPDF construction, for example :
$pdf = new TCPDF('L', PDF_UNIT, PDF_PAGE_FORMAT, true, 'UTF-8', false);
Is creating a UTF8 pdf document. So, before you pass in your $html variable, utf8 encode it.
$pdf->writeHTML(utf8_encode($html), true, 0, true, 0);
I use it in a site where lots of users input pasted text from MS Word, and it seems that it comes with a bunch of weird characters that break TCPDF, utf8 encoding fixed a bunch of seemingly ‘random’ blank generated PDFs.
This was tested on a XPERIA X10 Mini Pro Running Eclair (2.1)
1. Root your phone. (Install the app z4root from the market and do a permanent root)
Here is z4root.1.3.0.apk
2. Install the ‘barnacle’ app, from the market as well. If you have trouble finding it use the code below (or click to download the apk)
Success stories in the comments
This is either because of a proxy or doubleTwist’s failing servers.
You can get the full installer from here:
Good luck and try out AirSync!
With this tutorial you will be able to remove stock apps that come when you buy your phone(goldrush, wisepilot, creatouch, roadsync) for this you need to root your phone (If you haven’t –follow this simple guide).
Open the shell by running “adb shell” on your command prompt.
Change directory to /system/app
List the currently installed apps
And to remove an app, run the command
rm –r [appname].apk
The apps I uninstalled were:
rm -r rollercoaster.apk
rm -r peggle.apk
rm -r california-gold-rush.apk
rm -r roadsync.apk
rm -r creatouch-2.apk
And that is it… (Simple, right?)
Make sure to not uninstall system-wide apps such as Timescape or Homescreen, as this may break your android and you might have to reinstall stock firmware and start all over again…)
AuthName "CIRC Under Maintenance"
<Limit GET POST>
deny from all
allow from 216.249.119.
allow from 220.127.116.11
Allow 216.249.119. Works for all the addresses which begin in 216.249.119.
Allow from 18.104.22.168 Adds a different IP from a different subnet.
I tried installing it by runing pecl install pdo_mysql but I got this error:
configure: error: cannot run C compiled programs.
If you meant to cross compile, use `--host'.
See `config.log' for more details.
ERROR: `/root/tmp/pear/temp/PDO_MYSQL/configure' failed
The problem is that the /tmp and /var/tmp directories are noexec, which prevents pecl build scripts from running.
Here is what can be done to resolve the problem (assuming root account)
rm -rf /tmp/pear*
ln -s /root/tmp.pear /tmp/pear
ln -s /root/tmp.pear-build-root /tmp/pear-build-root
pecl install pdo_mysql should now work.