Few days ago I created a tutorial on how to create new database and table in mysql, in ubuntu and using GUI tool. Now, in this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create new MySQL user using the same GUI tool.
Most people (usually the one that came from windows world where there is only one workspace available) don’t complain having only 2 workspaces in their Gnome/XFCE box. But for me, 2 is not enough. I need at least 3 or 4 workspaces. Then, how do we add another workspaces in XFCE?
So, you have choose to live with ubuntu. That’s great! But you came from windows world where there’s so many mysql frontend application in which you are able to create table easily. That’s OK, we also have many mysql front-end applications in linux.
I got a case where I need to access my laptop at home. I did have a xmpp client active at home that act as chatbot where I can chat with and give it specific command for me to get whatever report I want from my laptop. But, this chatbot is limited in term of funcionality. So, I needed another solution for another problem where my chatbot can’t handle it.
This tutorial will explain how to create a plugin that will add new functionality to wordpress add page/post form. The plugin will add another level of comment moderation by allowing author to specifically always moderate/approve comment on certain page/post.
So, you have a cd image and want to mount automatically every time you start your linux? Here, I’ll show you how to do it.
- First step is, put your file at some place where you will not move it again. Why? Because you’ll have to adjust your
/etc/fstabentry if you move the file. For this tutorial, we will call it
- Then, create a folder where you want it mounted. Let’s call it
- Next step, open up
/etc/fstab. Issue this command on terminal:
sudo gedit /etc/fstab.
- Add this line to /etc/fstab:
/home/cd_images/some_cd.iso /home/m_images/mounted udf,iso9660 user,loop 0 0
- Save your file and restart your PC to see it in action.
Now, you have your cd image automatically mounted when your PC is started.
So, you have a bunch of data to display and it take quite a while to show it?. There is a concept called pagination to show several data at a time. In this post, I’ll show you how to create a paginated GridView in gambas. This could be useful on product page or any page that will list a bunch of record.
Right now I’m not ready to prepare the step-by-step tutorial. So, I’ll just give the gambas source file for you to read and learn from it. You can point any question or though to me using comment form below.
In previous article, I have show you how to create shortcut and place it in the directory. But in this one, we’ll place our shortcut under KDE Panel. Ok, without further delay, here’s the step : Continue reading “Create Shortcut Under KDE Panel”
Currently I’m working on a project that required an upload form to be dynamic. That is when I want more file to upload I don’t need to upload lets say 5 at a time, because I can add more field to it. The idea is simple, I just need to manipulate DOM to add the field and modify PHP manual a little bit to match my need. Look below the full source.