I just did an update to one of my Debian Wheezy servers. After the upgrade Mysql failed to start. That sucked, but fortunately I was able to fix it. All I needed to do was comment out a line from /etc/mysql/my.cnf.dpkg-dist. If you run into the issue, the problem is related to this line in… Read more »
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I’ve recently done a few upgrades of Debian from Squeeze to Wheezy and it’s a pretty uneventful process. I recommend following these instructions at HowtoForge. The only major issue was that Mysql was removed after the upgrade. My data was still there but I had to install mysql-server. apt-get mysql-server Also you might get an… Read more »
It is here folks. The moment you have all been waiting for. My new Symfony 2 Getting Started tutorial is here. This is a simple and powerful tutorial that will get your through many of the core components of building applications using open source Symfony. I love Symfony, and I think you will too, so… Read more »
I’m about to make my first customizations to my ’78 CB400 for this season. I purchased the bike last year for $650. I didn’t do anything to the bike but change the oil and check the tire pressure. I just wanted to ride it for a year and see if it’s something I want to… Read more »
While doing some research on Symfony2, I found this quick tutorial about creating custom security voters. It’s a great way to get more out of the underlying security framework in Symfony. Symfony2 Security Voters by Kris Wallsmith. If you’re looking to get started with Symfony 2, check out my “getting started” eBook.