I use Evernote mostly for management of notes across multiple computers and so if my laptop ever crashes again I don’t have to sweat losing all of the notes I have taken. A friend that also uses Evernote was asking about file attachment which I had not used before so I looked into how to do it. Below is information on how to attach files to the Windows desktop premium Evernote edition.
LOG: could not translate host name “localhost”, service “5432” to address: Name or service not known
I recently installed PostgreSQL on an Amazon Web Services CentOS instance however when I first attempted to start Postgres I received an error that I had never seen before. The pgstartup.log file located in /var/lib/pgsql contained the below data.
./lib/rubygems/custom_require.rb:31:in `gem_original_require’: no such file to load — rdoc/rdoc (LoadError)
When attempting to install rubygems on a fresh Amazon Web Services EC2 instance I received the below error. Ruby had been installed by default on the instance and I was installing rubygems manually. The below error was received when attempting to run the setup.rb script with ruby.
If you attempt to run Ruby and get the above error it is because Ruby is not in your path. This can be caused by numerous reasons such as if you removed Ruby to reinstall it and you were still logged into the same shell. If this is the case you can simply log out and log back in or if you are using bash just type “bash” from the command prompt to reset the shell.
When embedding a linked image into an HTML page it will have a blue border by default which can be helpful at times to see that the image is linked to a URL however most of the time it looks ugly. Use the information below to remove this border completely. The border may show purple if you have visited the URL before however if you have not it will show blue.