Use GDB TUI Use TUI start with gdb -tui or activate with ctrl+x and ctrl+a More info about GDB TUI here
This post is similar to my previous post about installing Trac with Apache. Nginx is now my preferred web server cuz its way faster and light weight.
Here is a list of common linux commands that I always forget to use. Add A New User Create a regular user with a home dir sudo adduser <username> make that user a sudo-er sudo usermod -a -G sudo <username> Create New Group sudo addgroup <groupname> add a user to a group sudo usermod -a [...]
So you just bought a domain name and now you need to setup email accounts for everyone in your Startup. Well, I guess you could go out and find email hosting. But who wants to spend about $2-$3 / month / mailbox? After all, this is Lean Startup right? Screw that! You call yourself a [...]
I use VirtualBox to run a Ubuntu. I have noticed that Google Chrome acts really buggy under Ubuntu. Recently I descovered a fix for it. Launch Chrome like this: google-chrome –disable-accelerated-compositing
TinyStep is an alternative to Objective C’s Foundation library. TinyStep is not just another open-source implementation of the Foundation library like GNUStep-base or Cocotron (both excellent project by the way). Rather, TinyStep seeks to implement only the primitive and essental programing constructs such as lists, strings, hashtables, etc. Also, TinyStep diverges from the standard Foundation [...]
Ubuntu 12.04 has packages for Trac, so installation is easy. But you will also need to configure your new Trac enviroment for a new project. Heres a little tutorial on how to setup Trac using Apache.
Sometimes you just need to create a quick little webservice. I perfer writing most of my projects in Java because of its cross-platform, ease of debugging, and robustness. So here is some tips on starting a new java webservice using Maven and Jetty.
I have been working on building objc support for Android.
Let’s face it, Objective C syntax is kinda wack. But there are some features of objective c that are cool. I like that objc is a super-set C, meaning that you are free to mix C and objc code together. This makes it easy to take advantage of pre-existing libraries written in C and C++. [...]