Running Php from command-line-interface i ran something php related in the console i get this strange error:
PHP Deprecated: Comments starting with ‘#’
are deprecated in /etc/php5/cli/conf.d/ming.ini
on line 1 in Unknown on line 0
I googled for some minutes and found why is that happening and how to fix it. The solution is open the file:
and replace the “#” in the first line with “;” and that will fix the “warning”.
The same worked for
PHP Deprecated: Comments starting with '#'
are deprecated in /etc/php5/cli/conf.d/sqlite3.ini
on line 1 in Unknown on line 0
There existed OpenCourseWares from MIT, CMU, Stanford and a host of other Universities. Though the students could take these videos any time they liked, there did not exist a goodonline common platform for the students to discuss and get things cleared.
To alleviate this problem, there has recently been a surge in the number of live-courses offered through the internet. These courses run parallel to the courses offered in the universities meaning it has a stipulated timing. Also there is a common forum where the students get to discuss the problems and pose questions and get them answered. I believe such initiatives are nice since they disseminate knowledge and get it to the screens of anyone who is eager to learn
Some good links are :
Coursera.org : Currently about 33 Universities are offering more than 100 courses in 18 diverse categories
Udacity.com : The 21st century university – offers a range of course – more geared towards computer science, artificial intelligence and others
VentureLabs : Courses on entrepreneurship – how to start off a startup
http://networking.class.stanford.edu/ : Explore the Internet in Introduction to Computer Networks
http://solar.class.stanford.edu/ : Be part of the solutions to global energy demands in Solar Cells, Fuel Cells, and Batteries
Stanford’s Free Online Courses : A host of courses offered through their platform Class2Go
And many more..
Stanford’s Free Online Courses
I got this error
Error: Problem during compilation – ifort not found in PATH
on Ubuntu (using Intel Visual Fortran compiler and Abaqus 6.11). I was trying to use it with the SIGINI subroutine
I was trying to get the solutions online. I found that this simple hack works. Instead of calling
export PATH=$PATH:/opt/intel/composer_xe_ 2011_sp1 .9.293/bin/intel64; abaqus job=inpFileName
This trick was required when I was invoking Abaqus from my Mathematica code (and the problem did not seem to subside even when I added the IFort’s path to my PATH variable)
This is a test post + a tutotial on embedding your Mathematica demos in your web-page !
- Convert the interactive document into a CDF (Computable Document Format). You can get a number of them in the Wolfram demonstration projects.
- Upload the document to your server
- Insert the following snippet of code, to point to the uploaded CDF file and you are DONE !
There is a WordPress CDF plugin. Check it out here
– GTX – http://www.nvidia.com/object/product_geforce_gtx_295_us.html
Goto “Drivers & Download” section : http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
– download the latest drivers –
make it executable
– connect the card
– goto terminal
– install it sudo ./<filename>
– disable the current graphics card ? Nouveau (yes)
– then reboot (sudo reboot now)
– the old graphics card disabled
– then install
(some installation related notes :
[Nouveau – current grahics driver – had to be disabled before installing the NVIDIA driver]
“modprobe config file to disable Nouveau = etc/modprobe.d/nvidia-installer-disable-noveau.conf – has been written”
“to re-enable nouveau -> delete file etc/modprobe.d/nvidia-installer-disable-noveau.conf”
“install 32-bit compatible installations?” – yes
X configurration file – backed up
In ubuntu if you want to flush DNS cache you need to restart nscd daemon Install nscd using the following command sudo aptitude install nscd Flush DNS Cache in Ubuntu Using the following commands
(Install nscd using the following command)
sudo aptitude install nscd
Flush DNS Cache in Ubuntu Using the following command
sudo /etc/init.d/nscd restart
The equivalent of this no Windows is
References : http://superuser.com/questions/134762/how-to-clear-dns-cache-in-ubuntu
This is a nice example of the three.js is this F1 car which runs on your browsers (WebGl compatible one) , which can be controlled !
Some good places to look for Scientific information :
- Google Scholar
- Melways (src http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/43/4/247.full)
In case you are new to this word TiddlyWiki, in short, it is a
Here is an introductory post about TiddlyWiki. And here is a sample of getting organized – a (long but) one-liner to include your Google Calendar in your TiddlyWiki (or in any other HTML page you wish)
I find myself using TiddlyWiki a lot these days. I have the Autosave and SaveBackups options enabled (since I use a desktop which is not on a backup power). Now that my TiddlyWiki has grown to about 1.3MB (!), and the backups are not incremental (by default) (I have not got time to explore the plugins that can do incremental backup of TiddlyWiki), each of my backup is about 1.3 MB. I edit my TiddlyWiki 20 times a day, on an average, which amounts to about 20 * 1.3 = 26Mb a day.
I did not want to trash these backups. I was trying out the various compressions including zip, .ar, .tar, gz, tar.gz and .7z on this.(I am on Ubuntu 11.04 and these come preloaded).
To my amusement I found that the .7z (7-Zip compression) (which is publicly available under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License !), gives an amazing compression ratio of about 1000 (THOUSAND! . i.e ) (as can be seen in the following output from the archive manage’s Archive > Test Integrity). In this case, the original size was about 108MB and the compressed size if about 314.9KB!. So I just archive them in 7Z format and dispose the trash files!