Same-origin policy got you down? Try CORS: http://enable-cors.org/index.html
The GoFlex serves up its network file systems as cifs shares. I was able to navigate to them through the Files app in the Network section, but it was slow and unreliable when trying to transfer files. I got them to mount automatically with the system and be more reliable by following the steps at the follwing link.
Note, that you need to change ‘mode’ in the fstab entries to ‘file_mode’.
More info is here as well: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently
My old Windows XP laptop died a few months back, and I had been debating what the buy as its replacement. I prefer Linux for my music hobbies, but I also want to be able to play most mainstream games. I could buy a Windows machine and install Linux as a dual boot, but I’d rather not have to buy Windows 7/8 if I don’t have to. Also, buying a Windows machine has the risk of incompatibilities with Linux. I could buy an Apple which has good audio software and decent gaming support, but they are a high price point and Apple’s software always treats you like an idiot to the point of not be flexible. I could buy a Linux machine from a company like System76 or ZaReason which is decently priced and gaurenteed to work, but the gaming support is poor.
Then I heard Alienware, now owned by Dell, released a Ubuntu version of their X51 mini-tower and Valve as released Steam and is porting games over the Linux. Score! On top of that my favorite Blizzard games, Diablo 3 and Starcraft 2, both work really well under WINE. I am trying out the demo of CrossOver, which is a streamlined package of WINE. And the company behind it actively contributes to the WINE open source project.
So it arrived last week, and its pretty slick. One surprise as I unpacked it was the size of the power supply. It is HUGE; almost twice as big as a house brick. That must have been one of the ways they reduced what was in the tower itself. The box runs fairly quiet for all the power it packs.
It came with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Unity desktop, and NVidia drivers installed. That worked fine, but I wanted some of the newer features in 12.10 and 13.04 that were just released so I upgraded. The upgraded made for better stability and faster performance of Unity. Unity is okay, but I prefer Gnome so I installed Gnome 3 Shell as my desktop which also runs very well on the machine. I spent some days downloading D3, Starcraft 2, Left 4 Dead 2, Team Fortress 2, etc and all the games run pretty damn well. I noticed that I have to make sure Vertical Sync is disabled in the video settings for the games or I see a odd horizontal blip about a third from the top of the screen in the games.
Next, I want to get Jack, Ardour 3 and Guitarix installed to start making some tunes.
If you are having Java issues of late, it is likely because Apple put the lockdown on parts of the JRE due to recently discovered security holes.
Details on resolution here: http://derflounder.wordpress.com/2013/01/31/java-blocked-in-safari-on-10-6-x-10-8-x/
Stop beating your head and use spring-test for your Spring 3 project and do NOT include spring-mock.
I am on OSX 10.6.8 with XCode 3.2.5 and jvisualvm is here after the Java 6 update 37 from Apple.
So I used the advice from thanosa75 with the binary path I found:
$ cd /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home/bin/
$ sudo ln -s /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/A/Commands/jvisualvm .
No dice. It starts Visual VM, but it just hangs and sends the process to eat 100% of a CPU.
I noticed a discrepancy between /usr/libexec/java_home and what I have set in my bash profile and launchd.conf.
Before Java update: /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.6.0/Home
After Java Update: /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home
The new path is the one documented in the 10.7.x JDK documentation. Apple must have switched 10.6.x to the new JDK configuration that Lion uses.
Updated my env:
$ echo $JAVA_HOME
$ grep JAVA /etc/launchd.conf
setenv JAVA_HOME /System/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home
Still, jvisualvm hangs eating a CPU.
Bug filed with Apple has no reply yet.
Workaround: Install app from VisualVM site.
And, if you add the optional plugins, update your script:
/Applications/VisualVM.app/Contents/MacOS/visualvm -cp:a /opt/lib/jmxremote_optional-1.0.1_03.jar "$@"
Good references for those shorthand Ruby global variables. Convienient but cryptic.
I never like modifying my HTML, the model for my page, to fit the needs of the design. This has always been a tough spot when you want the text to disappear so you can use images or fancy CSS for the UI of the element. I came across a post about the new method use by the H5BP team which is work well for me.