Have you ever wanted to know the list of packages which are about to be installed, including the current version and what version it is going to be updated to? Well, I have the solution:
A while ago I attending the http://owningrails.com. It was a fantastic course which de-mystified Rails by showing it’s not magic - it just sometimes uses Rubys syntax to hide how it works.
I have been working for Boost New Media for about
2 years - all of which sitting a desk all day long. I know the bad
effects of sitting all day, like Deep Vein Thrombosis etc.
I’ve finally decided to move my blog from Wordpress to Octopress. It’s
taken a while to get here, but now that that day job is Ruby on Rails -
blogging with Ruby and Git just makes sense.
Getting a link to a Refinery CMS Page is harder than you think. To get it to produce the link including parent paths etc use:
This is a list of steps and resources used to set up my Dlink DNS-323 RevB NAS.
I had a problem where the network card driver in Windows 7 was faulty.
It is a known
with the Asus on-board ethernet card. The fix was to install the Vista
driver, but doing that is easier said than done.
My current HTPC setup includes a Mac
Mini sitting under a 40” LCD
flatscreen running Boxee. All my media is
sitting on a Windows 7 machine, with standard windows shares setup. My
MacMini doesn’t have any mouse or keyboard, so everything needs to be
done via the apple remote. When not in use the MacMini sleeps so things
to come up correctly when waking.