Archive for May, 2009
Installed in the server install Postgresql openssh sudo aptitude install ruby1.8 rails build-essential ruby1.8-dev sudo gem install rails sudo gem install rails -v=2.2.2 sudo gem install chronic sudo gem install googlebase sudo gem install hpricot
In: Server Config · Tagged with: Ubuntu 8.10
Well its coming. The promised iPhone OS3, beautifully named I know. There is much hipe over this release, it brings many many many new features and upgrades. Cut and Paste! Blue Tooth freedom, bring on the multiplayer games! Pushable Notifications to your Apps! So you can now receive an App message just as if it […]
In: Iphone · Tagged with: iPhone, OS 3.0
What are polymorphic associations and how do they work?
In: Uncategorized · Tagged with: Polymorphic Associations, Rails
I run a main website with a couple of others which share some of it’s logic. Coming up very soon is another website project requiring the use of nearly all the the main site’s models and logic. I am considering modularizing the main site into a Rails Engine to simplify the process of upgrading all […]
In: Web Development · Tagged with: Rails
I have 6gb of ram on my Ubuntu machine. I thought that I would not need anything more than 4gb but pushed it to 6gb cause I could.. Well I saw Firefox push up to 1.3GB. I realise that linux machines will cache until it runs out of Ram but this wasn’t cache. This was […]
In: Web Development · Tagged with: Firefox, Ubuntu 9.04
It has been a long day coming but it is here!! After convincing my boss not to spend upwards of $4000 on a MacBook Pro and instead hand over $2000 of his credit card (wasn’t a hard sell), I have now built my second PC.
In: Ubuntu Tricks, Web Development · Tagged with: Ubuntu 8.10
If you tried installing a gem from github and got ERROR: could not find gem <gemname> locally or in a repository Then you need to do the following gem sources -a http://gems.github.com That should set you up for all GitHubs glory.
In: Web Development · Tagged with: git
So we have finally made the move to Git. Albeit slowly. git add . Add files to git