Search:

Type: Posts; User: yknivag; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    2
    Views
    864

    [other] Re: Virtualbox: Share guest between two hosts

    Thanks for your response, Luis.

    I know I can share the vdi files, but I am looking to try and share the snapshots and machine configuration too if I can.

    Anyone have any further ideas?

    Gavin.
  2. Replies
    2
    Views
    864

    [other] Virtualbox: Share guest between two hosts

    I'm running several guest machines in Virtualbox which I use for development purposes. The host machine is dual boot Ubuntu/Win7.

    I know, using a separate partition that I can share a guest...
  3. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,203

    Re: OOP Application Topology

    Hi Vaphell, thanks for your input. You've made me think about this from a different angle.



    That workflow is all well and good from the perspective of adding stuff in from the boxoffice users....
  4. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,203

    Re: OOP Application Topology

    I've spent far too long programming in a procedural way. I clearly have a lot to un-learn! Again thanks for your patience and help - it really is appreciated.



    This is exactly where I want to...
  5. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,203

    Re: OOP Application Topology

    Hi hanniph, I like this structure as it resembles very much what I have at the moment in terms of the database. My only question would be how would I then refer to the properties of the referenced...
  6. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,203

    Re: OOP Application Topology

    Hi everyone, thanks for the replies -they make things much clearer.



    The data itself is stored in a relational database, but I wanted a better way of handling it in the application layer, than...
  7. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,203

    OOP Application Topology

    I've been programming for several years now, but only ever in procedural languages, but in an attempt to get a little more up-to-date I'd like to try my hand at some OOP.

    I think I've got my head...
  8. Replies
    13
    Views
    1,227

    [SOLVED] Re: A rant

    You're welcome.

    I've been using Linux/HPUX/Solaris since the mid 1990s and Windows since 3.11 so I'm not really new to either. Yet since Ubuntu 8.04 I've not been able to get my Intel graphics...
  9. [all variants] Re: My bug report has been randomly closed in launchpad.

    That is exactly the command I ran which attached all the files to the original bug which Bryce accepted and confirmed in October.

    Yesterday he decided that this was "insufficient information".
  10. [all variants] My bug report has been randomly closed in launchpad.

    On the 7th October last year I reported this bug about Compiz not working on Intel graphics drivers in Jaunty. This was a regression as it had worked perfectly in Gutsy and Hardy.

    The bug was...
  11. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    Very good point, well made! However due to the fact that I work in the industry, I can't comment.
  12. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    You're probably right. I'm not sure if I have the inclination to fight them though, lol.
  13. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    That's one of the things that's really swaying me towards the DEXT.



    That's what my original research suggested and supported on the Motorola user forum...
  14. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    Hi Helen, I will certainly update when I make my decision.

    Can you advise how you managed to turn off the Motoblur software? I only ask because Motorola say that whatever settings you use they...
  15. Replies
    8
    Views
    533

    Re: Question: Running a web server in the UK

    I have a standard domestic package from PlusNet and have a static IP and host my own server with no problem at all.
  16. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    Thanks everyone for your comments, will be a few days yet before I sign up so anyone else more than welcome to comment.

    Helen, thanks especially for the clarification about Motoblur, that's really...
  17. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    I've had a couple of previous HTC phones and not really been impressed with their hardware or software, which (along with the keyboard) is pushing me towards the DEXT.

    It seems that the general...
  18. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    Hi Hellen,

    Yes I'm with Orange (but work for them so my choice of phones is slightly more limited). I'm glad that the Motoblur thing is optional, I'm not really sure I want Motorola (or anyone...
  19. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    I've heard good reports about the Nexus too, but the only ones carried by my operator that I can upgrade to are the Motorola DEXT or the HTC Hero.
  20. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    The DEXT does appear to be the better phone. The "Big Brother" nature of MOTOBLUR worries me though - I'm not sure I want Motorola having access to all my contacts, usernames, passwords, messages...
  21. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Re: Which Android Phone?

    Thanks j2rebel. I'm hoping to be able to run an ssh app and am thinking that the command line would not be so easy with a touch screen keyboard.
  22. Replies
    42
    Views
    3,393

    Which Android Phone?

    I'm at that point in my phone deal where I can upgrade and I'd like to try an Android phone.

    The only two I can have as an upgrade are the Motorola DEXT (UK version of the CLIQ) or the HTC Hero. ...
  23. Replies
    8
    Views
    533

    Re: Question: Running a web server in the UK

    PlusNet offer a fixed IP address included in the normal price on some of their deals and also allow personal servers to be run within the terms and conditions.

    However if you want high...
  24. Replies
    5
    Views
    3,026

    [SOLVED] Re: Pipe results of locate into rm?

    Try



    find -iwholename '/*/test.test' -exec rm '{}' \;


    However, try find on it's own first! (find -iwholename '/*/test.test'). Then you won't delete anything you don't want to!
  25. Replies
    4
    Views
    844

    [all variants] Re: Basic questioin - regarding init.d

    Can you start the daemons manually?



    cd /etc/init.d/
    sudo ./apache2 start


    Running
    ls /etc/init.d will give you a list of the services and daemons you can start in this way.
Results 1 to 25 of 229
Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4