Archive for October 4th, 2008

I saw these errors after a fresh install of CentOS 5.2 during the process of preparing the server for ISPConfig. If you try to enable quotas after getting this error then quotaon will simply explain it cannot find the files like the below.

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081004  2:35:11 [ERROR] Could not use /var/log/mysql-err.log for logging (error 13). Turning logging off for the whole duration of the MySQL server process. To turn it on again: fix the cause, shutdown the MySQL server and restart it.

The above error displayed in the mysqld.log file fter adding the below line to /etc/my.cnf under [mysqld].

log=/var/log/mysql.log

Before restarting mysql I created the file and applied the proper permissions by entering the commands below from the console.

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It is easy to set photo album names on the iPod Touch. Just name the folder on your local computer the name you want to appear on the Touch. Click on the under the devices menu in iTunes, then click on the Photos tab, and check the new folder you want to sync to the Touch. When you sync between iTunes and the Touch the new Photo Album will be appear under the Photos application on the touch.

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Setting a personal image as the background for your iPod Touch is easy. Follow the instructions below.

First you have to sync personal images from iTunes to your Touch.

  1. Start iTunes: Open up the iTunes application
  2. Attach the Touch: Plug your Touch into the computer using the USB cable
  3. Highlight Touch: Click on your iPod Touch under Devices in the iTunes menu 

    iPod Touch Sync to iTunes

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Its really easy to make applications run when Windows Vista starts up. J

1. Open All Programs: Click Start > All Programs
2. Open Startup: Right Click Startup, Click Explore
3. Find Program: Click Start, Locate the Program To Run
4. Drag Program: Highlight the App you Want to Run, Drag it into the Startup Folder Displayed on the Screen
5. Test: Restart your Vista PC, After Logging in You Will See the Application Running

While Windows Vista has its drawbacks there are certainly many items that are much easier to do than previous versions of Windows. The more I play around with Vista the more I like it.

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