Archive for March 31st, 2009

My wife has a Google G1 phone from T-Mobile and she couldn’t get it to turn on the other day. It was stuck at a screen with the Android logo on the front and pressing any buttons would not resolve the issue. I decided to remove the battery from the G1 cell phone to make sure it completely rebooted.

Removing the battery was a task in itself. There are a bunch of videos to explain how to do this but even with the video it was hard to remove the case that covers the battery.

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It can be a pain to find older versions of PostgreSQL for Windows so I posted this one in particular. Thanks for Alex for locating it.

PostgreSQL 8.3.6 One click installer for Windows


List Price: $49.99 USD
New From: $24.09 USD In Stock
Used from: $0.01 USD In Stock

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To get detailed information about a Linux PID you can use the strace command. If strace is not installed it can be installed via yum using the command below.

Strace Install:

yum install strace

Below is a sample output from using the strace command on a Litespeed web server process.

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Starting ruby on rails in development mode with Litespeed is easy. You need to make sure that your database.yml is configured to handle development mode as well. Follow the steps below to start Litespeed running Ruby on Rails in development mode.

Please note both cofiguration settings listed in step one which include setting this to be the default for future virtual hosts and configuring current virtual hosts to restart in development mode.

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