FreeBSD9 How-to Upgrade pkg-config

The Post Simply Show How-to Upgrade the pkg-config Package on Unix FreeBSD9.

  1. Install the postmaster Package:

nano go to end of file

This is the Keystrokes to jump:

Alt+/

Drop Down Menu Behind Flash .swf JQuery Internet Explorer

You need to Add this Param to the Flash Animation Parameters:

<param name="wmode" value="transparent">

Found here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4570353/dropdown-menus-appearing-behind-flash-video

Howto Find the MAC Address on a Mac

This is the Path to find the MAC Address of your network Adapter:

 

System Preferences >> Network >> Airport/Ethernet >> Advanced >> Ethernet

 

find MAC Address on Mac

Yum Install Disable Temporarily the Plug-in Yum-Priorities

To Disable a Plugin while Executing Yum you need to give the Flag:

--disableplugin=pluginName

So to Temporarily Disabling the Plug-in Yum-Priorities Set:

--disableplugin=priorities

You can Check the Plug-ins Loaded by Yum right in the First line of Yum Output.

Drupal 6 localhost Failed to connect to your MySQL database server. MySQL reports the following message: Socket operation on non-socket.

You need to Change the Default Host to '127.0.0.1'

"Advanced Options" >> "Host" -> 127.0.0.1

Switching between Applications with Keyboard in Linux

You can Easily Switch between Application in Linux hitting the Key Combination:

Alt+Tab

MySQL Automatic Databases Backup with Cron and mysqldump

To have all the MySQL databases Updated at the same time make a Cronjob with the following Content:

0 0 * * * mysqldump -u root -pPASSWORD --all-databases | gzip > /path/To/database_$(date +%m-%d-%Y).sql.gz 

You can view this Command like divided in Two parts:

Create Launcher Application with Root/Administer Privileges Linux

The same technique is valid for Gnome as for KDE.

  1. Right Click on Desktop and Select "Create Launcher" or on Panel and Select "Add to Panel.
  2. Fill up Required Fields and for Command give:

    gnome-terminal -x sudo applicationName

    From: forum.fedoraforums.org

Give User Full Administer Privileges Terminal Command Linux Unix

The Easiest way to Give an User Full Administrator Privileges/Permissions.

Open a Terminal Command Session and Execute:

su -
visudo

Under the Section "Allow root to run any commands anywhere" Insert:

userName    ALL=NOPASSWD:       ALL

Now your user can Execute Every Action Without Password just Prefixing his Command by sudo.

Your will be Rescued from Typing 100.000 Pass Phrases :)

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