Post tagged: database
This page is used for testing some pelican and markdown extensions I added.
OK, this is awkward... I am not sure if this is needed.
del and .
test mark tags …
In 2014, Microsoft killed and buried Clipart in the digital graveyard.
Clipart had outlived its usefulness as users relied more on search engines than Microsoft' somewhat limited supply through the Office suite.
Today' clipart needs to be modern, colorful, and less cartoonish. An online search for clip art images will …
This article outlines the bare minimum to get a MariaDB or MySQL database up and running.
It covers a CentOS/RHEL and an ArchLinux installs.
Make sure your system is up to date:
Install the software:
So I finally moved my WordPress web sites to OpenShift.
OpenShift is a cloud based Platform-as-a-Service offering from RedHat. And while there is a learning curve I would say that so far it works great.
My implementation is a fully cloud based solution. Makes use of the following services:
- GitHub …
During my last vacation I wanted to move how we manage our personal finances away from the ad-hoc spreadsheet that we had been using for the past few years. I envisioned something server side, so I wouldn't need to add software on my wife's computer. And initial quick run through …
Windows system administration is very mouse driven and to reach all tools you need to browse through Windows explorer.
If you are like me and prefer to log on a limited privilege account and use Runas to perform admin tasks, you can open these consoles with the .msc file names …
This tutorial describes how to use the alarm manager to set alarms and how to use the notification framework to display them. In short, the sequence goes like this:
- In an Activity AlarmManager.set is called with a PendingIntent containing a Uri.
- When the alarm goes off, the Uri is …
Some useful tidbits to use when using the OpenWRT embedded web server (uHTTPD).
uHTTPd supports running Lua in-process, which can speed up Lua CGI scripts. It is unclear whether LuCI supports running in this embedded interpreter. LuCI seems to work fine (if not better) with the embedded Lua …
A bunch of recipes useful for an ArchLinux system environment.
Mostly around system administration.
Custom Repos and Packages
In the repo directory, put all the packages in there.
repo-add ./custom.db.tar.gz ./*
[custom] SigLevel = [Package|Databse]Never|Optional|Required Server = path-to-repo
repo-remove. A …