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I prefer to use the Eligius bitcoin mining pool because the pool takes no cut (compared to the larger, more popular BTC Guild, which takes 3-5%). The “getting started” for the Eligius Bitcoin mining pool doesn’t show how to configure Phoenix2, which is faster than, and supports more features over the older Phoenix 1.xx miner. […]
If you were to do this in SAS to create an empty SAS dataset: data mytable; run; It would actually create a dataset with one row. The data step cycles through once, hits the end (run), outputs a row, then comes back and finds it has no more rows to process so it stops. To […]
Bill of materials 1 Arduino Pro Micro 328 – 5V/16MHz 3 meters of Adafruit Digitally Addressable LEDs or any 5V strip with LPD8806 chips 1 Tenergy 32003 Protection Circuit Module 4 14500 900mAh Lithium batteries with tabs 3-4 meters of 1″ HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) tubing 3 push-button switches 3 resistors (doesn’t really matter which, any […]
Pretty neat trick by Craig Perry at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=462960. The following is pretty much word-for-word reposted. Since I have an old 400mhz Pentium 2 under my desk that I use as a Tomcat development box. I also find it useful to use it as a development platform that gives immediate feedback of suboptimal code, and it’s […]
The MySQLdb documentation mentions conn.insert_id(), however this appears to have been deprecated, maybe? This really should be on the cursor object anyway. And behold! There is a
lastrowid on it! It’s just a little bit undocumented
To remove iGoogle and revert to the classic vanilla google homepage, click “Classic Home” in the upper right corner of the screen.
To enable mod_userdir, so your server’s Apache httpd server will respond to requests like “http://www.yourserver.com/~someuser”, use the a2enmod command, then restart Apache to pickup the change: sudo a2enmod userdir sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
It works. Just follow the instructions.