Stef and I have made the decision to move to a simpler static portfolio site to showcase his incredible graphic design skills; something which I felt Drupal was getting in the way of. Drupal makes a lot of things unnecessarily difficult, and our new vision for Stef's site is far less focused on blog entries and articles.
I have done this several times, across multiple installs on my desktop, laptop and work computer.
The Mad Catz R.A.T.7 is a great mouse that I bought on a whim not because I'm much of a gamer (I'm not) but because it fit my hand and I felt a pang of Retail Acquisition Syndrome while looking at the damn thing. It turns out that the selectable DPI setting is great for switching between a Linux desktop machine and the OSX at work. I could never get the standard acceleration setting in OSX to behave like I wanted, but turning the DPI down in hardware on my mouse worked great!
I build and maintain a site for my cousin, Stef Marcinkowski, a graphic designer here in Toronto. Stefmarcinkowski.com.
We use the WYSIWYG module on Stef's site for the body content and handling inline images, but were unable to press the Submit button after uploading an image using the Drupal Media browser. From what I can tell, the interplay between the JQuery Update, WYSIWYG editor and Media modules is the cause of the problem.
I felt the need to remember this for later because I do an awful lot of work with wireless networks at my job with Beanfield MetroConnect. I have been working on the adminstration interfaces for our mixed-hardware wireless networking solution for our residential customers.
I work for an internet service provider and we are beginning to roll out wireless access points for our customers. I am building wireless network management in to our online customer portal so our customers never need to open the dreaded
192.168.1.1 in their browsers again. We are also giving out multiple APs to some customers with larger homes and our management tools ensure that each AP has the same network settings so wireless clients will correctly switch between APs without losing network connectivity.
I bought Neverwinter Nights for my father to play on his Ubuntu 13.04 system and wanted to get it working on my own machine before trying on his.
After installing, I was having trouble with the whole screen being black and unresponsive to keyboard and mouse input. The only option was running it in safe mode (a safe mode shortcut is created by the GOG installer).
I found an extremely simple fix for this while trying to disable the intro videos. Disable the intro movies.
I recently watched Melissa Elliot's talk from DEFCON 21 titled Noise Floor Exploring Unintentional Radio Emissions 2013
which inspired me to buy a Realtek SDR (software defined radio) dongle from Ebay.
I am running Ubuntu (13.04 to be specific).
I am assuming that you already have your SDR dongle working and
gqrx installed on your system.
I have compiled these instructions from a couple of sources:
As a long-time vim user and evangelist, I have grown to love tmux over the past year. A co-worker introduced it to me while my office workstation was still running OSX because iTerm2 has special tmux support.
My terminal session occasionally loses track of my tmux sessions when I log in via SSH while working remotely.
I found the following answer on Stack Overflow: