Monthly Archives: August 2011

Check For Loaded PHP Extensions

Sometimes you want to make sure a certain php extension is loaded or not. These extension can be curl, xmlrpc, or ldap. After all when you move your application from one server to another the configuration not necessarily the same. … Continue reading

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Extending an Existing Javascript Function

Extending an existing javascript function This is how you extend an existing javascript function. Assuming that you want to preserve the existing function and the “added algorithm” is somewhat only needed to be executed based on a certain environment only. … Continue reading

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Map Network Drive using DOS command

Create a batch file named “mapdrive.bat” Write the following text into its content 1234REM Map network Drive net use j: \\server1\john_music net use p: \\server2\pdfs pause Explaination: Line 1 is to create a comment Line 2 (similar with line 3) … Continue reading

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Super Powerful Debugging Function in Javascript

Super powerful debugging function in javascript. This function will output your variable in question to firebug console or html page. With this function you can debug anything from Object, array, string, integer, etc. It is also recursive safe. 123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839404142434445464748495051525354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778798081828384858687888990919293949596979899100101102103104105106107108109110111112113114115116117/**  * … Continue reading

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Storage Speed Benchmark Using CrystalDiskMark

I have always been an enthusiast in computer hardware benchmark. Lately I been trying to increase my overall PC performance (both laptop and desktop). A speedy and responsive system does not only take a fast processor, but also enough RAM … Continue reading

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Vacuum the Whole Database in Postgres

Postgres comes with a functionality called vacuum. Vacuum is intended to cleanup dead tuples or rows. This is how you cleanup the entire DB in PostgreSQL 1/usr/pg9/bin/vacuumdb –full –port=5433 –username=YOUR_USERNAME –password DB_NAME

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Finding a String Inside Multiple Files in Linux

This is how you can find a text/string Proudly inside folder /var/www. The -H parameter is to show the filename and -R is to make grep look recursively. 1grep -H -R "Proudly" /var/www

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Fix Microsoft Mouse in Linux Ubuntu

123456789101112nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf Section "InputDevice" Identifier "Configured Mouse" Driver "mouse" Option "CorePointer" # Option "Device" "/dev/input/mice" Option "Protocol" "ExplorerPS/2" Option "Emulate3Buttons" "false" Option "ZAxisMapping" "4 5" Option "ButtonMapping" "1 2 3 6 7" EndSection

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Colorize Linux Shell Menu

Do you ever feel like you’re going blind because the prompt text color and the result text color are the same? We here is how to colorize your shell menu Open your favorite text editor vim or nano, and add … Continue reading

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Edit default Gnome-Terminal

Every time I open a shell terminal in my Ubuntu, I always think that the window size is too small. I always ended up resizing the shell window manually using the mouse. I you’re having this problem here is how … Continue reading

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