Steps: Go to Menu -> Preferences Open/click Settings – User Append this line Do not forget to add a comma (,) from the previous entry. Save Restart Sublime You can now see the file path from your ST3’s title bar.
You can delete all files and/or directories with some exceptions using this command: We will be using: ls command to list all the names of files and folders on our current directory. | grep -v (grep inverse) to filter all the names of files and folders which are not on your <name> list. | xargs to pass the results from the previous commands […]
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Server Model: HP ProLiant DL160 Gen9 OS: ESXi 6.0 Background: I downloaded the generic ESXi iso from their website and tried installing it to our server. It won’t push through the installation if I tried booting the iso directly from the CD since it can’t detect any storage for the installation. I also […]
I was trying to add extensions via pecl and then I encountered phpize: command not found problem. Solution: 1. Install/update your php-devel yum install php-devel* 2. Update pecl channel pecl channel-update pecl.php.net
I encountered yum lock problem caused by PackageKit when I was trying to update some packages in my CentOS (6.4) server. Now, my work around for this is to disable the PackageKit in my start-up. Solution: Go to System Preferences. In Personal tab, select/click Startup Applications. Uncheck PackageKit Update Applet in Startup Programs tab Close. […]
Steps: Go to command prompt (start->all programs->accessories->command prompt) Type diskpart Type list disk Type select disk <#> (where <#> is the number corresponding to the flash disk) Type clean Type create partition primary. Type active Type format fs=fat32 quick Type assign You can now copy bootable stuff in your bootable flash-drive.
Operating System: Windows Other Requirements: SVN (like Tortoise) SVN command line client Target Repository Steps: Open Windows Command Processor. Run this command: svn ls –depth infinity http://<url of your target repository>/ You have other options for the depth. For my case, I used infinity because I need the path of all files and sub-folders inside my […]
Check if your CentOS is running 32 or 64 bit. Install EPEL. Download the package for 32bit OS: for 64bit OS: Install Install XRDP Install TigerVNC Server Set-up user for VNC server Edit /etc/sysconfig/vncservers Add and save the following configurations: Start XRDP and VNC Server You may now access your CentOS server via XRDP […]