I decided to change the indexing subsystem from Solr to Lucene since Solr was getting stuck on some nodes. There was a script that was moving and renaming folders in Alfresco and this seemed to get Solr broken during indexing.
In order to change over from Solr to Lucene the following procedure should suffice.
-> Stop Afresco.
-> Open the /tomcat/shared/classes/alfresco-global.properties file.
-> Comment out the solr section like this;
### Solr indexing ###
-> Add the following lines
-> Create the above folders if they do not exist.
-> Start alfresco
-> Stop alfresco.
Change from index.recovery.mode=FULL to index.recovery.mode=AUTO in the said file.
Start afresco again if you please.
It is very frustrating to install, uninstall and reinstall Ephesoft all in the name of trying to fix OpenLDAP issues. The problem here is that sometimes the OpenLDAP service does not get removed on uninstallation. It is the one from the previous installation that lingers in the services list.
A very neat quick fix to the removal of the OpenLDAP service problem is the Autoruns program. Upon installation, click on the services tab and remove the associated service and it will be done.
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I woke up about 6am today trying to tie Mysql and Java together without much success. At about 12:30 I finally got it to work and this is how I fixed it.
1. Download the mysql/Java connector from Mysql’s site. If you are using debian do like this.
apt-get install libmysql-java
2. After you write you program compile (HelloConnect.java) it like any regular java file because the classes will be automatically pulled in for you.
3. Critically on the commandline do like this;
java -classpath .:/usr/share/java/mysql-connector-java-5.1.10.jar HelloConnect
Haha, now you are laughing !
Following assembly books which are written for x86-32 bit machines on a 64 bit machine can be a pain in the ass. Thankfully I found this site http://www.x86-64.org/documentation/assembly.html
that really clarified things for me. Thus this is a short example of an assembly program written for an x86-64 bit machines demonstrating how a function can be called. The sample function takes a number a returns the square of that number.
# A program to call a function a compute
# the square of a number.
push $5 #push first argument
call square # call the square function
movq $1, %rax #Call to exit
# Square Function.
# takes a number and squares it.
# returns the squared number.
.type square, @function
push %rbp # save old base pointer
movq %rsp, %rbp # make stack pointer the base pointer
movq 16(%rbp), %rcx # Copy the first argument from the
# stack which is on position two.
# Thus its 2 quad-words which requires 16
imul %rcx, %rcx # Square and store the number
mov %rcx, %rbx # store the return value
movq %rbp, %rsp # restore the stack pointer
Follow this link to insert code in your wordpress blogs which is hosted on the wordpress.com. This is for those who blog on wordpress.com itself.
This is how to enable the execution of cgi scripts on linux. Add the following code the
ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ /var/www/cgi-bin/
Order allow, deny
Allow from all
Remember to make the files that are put there executable by the doing the following.
% chmod +x file.cgi
Lastly you should have had the cgi module loaded in apache.
I am on the verge of a writing a program to read a list of tracks from an audio CD in C but since i also program Ruby i am playing around with it using an already existing library. This is how to set it up on a debian machine.
% apt-get install libcdio
% apt-get install libcdio-dev
% apt-get install libcdio-cdda-dev
% apt-get install iso9660-dev
% gem install rbcdio
% apt-get install libcddb-dev
irb(main):001:0> require ‘rubygems’
irb(main):002:0> require ‘cdio’
And that is that.