grue@box:~$ sudo whoami
In case you’re seeing a call to action to enter FTP credentials when you attempt to auto-update your wordpress, you just need to log into your server, cd into the blog’s webroot directory, and do this:
sudo chown -R www-data .
(replace www-data with whomever your apache user is if it’s not www-data.)
Yeah, that’s it.
Apple is retarded for not putting Bootcamp files on their website downloadable by all.
A few weeks ago I installed Boot Camp on my 13″ Macbook Pro. This was mainly to enjoy Civilization 5 while on vacation.
What ensued was 10+ hours of hell. Here are the high points:
- You need the matching Macbook Pro OS X Install DVD to the hardware version you have. This is very frustrating because I had my girlfriend’s previous-generation 13″ Macbook Pro disc, but couldn’t find my own.
- Apple is retarded for not putting Bootcamp files on their website downloadable by all.
- the 13″ macbook pro didnt have a working sound jack even after running bootcamp. The sound drivers are at http://www.cirrus.com/en/products/pro/detail/P1233.html
The fun part is that my next-door neighbor had borrowed my Macbook Pro’s Install Disc a day or two before (nobody informed me). He’d done it to make a master image to avoid just this sort of hell. He was very sorry when he found out my plight. ;(
All you need to do to install java on debian is “sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk”.
For my internet-using administrative brethren: this is all you need to do on a modern debian box for a modern java install:
sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk
The internet is filled with false paths involving
sudo apt-get -u install java-package
None of that is necessary anymore.