Internet Explorer "compatibility mode" is that dreadful page icon, inconveniently placed right next to the refresh button/icon.
What it does is turn IE 8 or higher into an outdated browser, so it can properly display really old school websites that were, likely, built using invalid and/or outdated HTML code. It's a horrible feature, that I see no practical use for whatsoever. Plus it's easy to accidentally click it, because it's located a few pixels away from the refresh button--talk about non-intuitive...
Say you have your Drupal's .htaccess set "To redirect all users to access the site WITH the 'www.' prefix", and you added a sub-domain, and it came out looking something like http://www.sub.domain.com. So, most people will NOT want the "www" added to the url in this case. So what do you do? Easy.
wget http://download.osgeo.org/geos/geos-3.3.8.tar.bz2 # go here to find the latest version: http://download.osgeo.org/geos/
tar -xvjf geos-3.3.8.tar.bz2
./configure --enable-php && make clean && make
Add the following line if it doesn't already exist
Ok... So you decided that it's time to upgrade from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7. It's not going to be easy, but using Drush will make life a little easier.
What this will do is save you the time of manually upgrading Drupal 6 core and drupal 6 modules to Drupal 7 core and drupal 7 modules. Of course likely your site will be broken after the drush site-upgrade, but at least you have the manual job of searching for upgraded modules taken care of.
UPDATE: See below, there's an easier way to do this. Plus DirectAdmin's way doesn't seem to be working through the 'Custom HTTPD Configurations' way.... So, just use the way listed below. It's much easier.
So, you're worried about accidentally wiping out your entire system or important directory by doing something like rm -rf / or rm -rf *
with safe-rm , it won't allow you to do that, you'll get something like:
$ rm -rf /
Here's how to install:
# get latest version here: http://www.safe-rm.org.nz/
tar xvfz safe-rm-0.8.tar.gz
# find out your $PATH;
echo $PATH # most systems should include /usr/local/bin, if not then select any other listed
cp /bin/rm /usr/local/bin/rm
mv /bin/rm /bin/rm-01
cp safe-rm /bin/rm
NOTE: this upgrade process works the same way for Magento version 1.5, 1.6, and 1.7
As many magento users will know, Magento is no fun to work with-- mainly due to poor community support (the developers help paying customers; i.e. Magento Enterprise ... Only payed support there... Great for business but bad for the average or beginning user...)
If you recently tried installing a 3TB Hard Drive you'll notice that only about 1/3 of the drive is recognized by Windows. The fix is quite simple:
1. Download NVIDIA nForce Drivers 15.58 or later
2. Install the NVIDIA NFORCE 15.58 drivers and reboot your system after the install is done.
3. You're done. Your PC should be able to see the entire 3TB drive (it should be around 2.72TB)
So... Here I was playing sets on my new Traktor S4 on my 2010 iMac, and noticed that Traktor was acting weird--comments were getting erased, ratings were disappearing, play counts weren't being kept. In other words,Traktor's explorer worked on some files and not others.
I tried changing file permissions, reinstalling Traktor, etc... nothing solved the problem... Doing research didn't show me any concrete solutions (e.g. change the play count settings; this didn't work).
Then it occurred to me, I haven't defragmented my Windows PC in over 2 months. And a few weeks before, I had my windows PC sync all my mp3 files to my iMac.
So long story short, the mp3 files were messed up ("garbage at the end of file")...
Multiple Table Rates (aka multipletablerates) was a very popular extension in the magento 1.3 and earlier days... However, after several magento versions this extension basically became completely unstable/buggy (this is normal as it only lists magento 1.1 compatability)... Even so, it still worked on magento 1.3 with a few minor bugs... Then later down the road other extensions came up (mostly paid) that provided similar functionality, plus some, and minus the bugs...
1. Open up Observer.php in /app/code/core/Mage/CatalogRule/Model/
2. Find the dailyCatalogUpdate() method
3. At the end of the method, before “return $this;”, add: $this->applyAllRules( $this );
4. (Not sure if this step is necessary) Open up /app/code/core/Mage/CatalogRule/etc/config.xml
5. Find the crontab > jobs > catalogrule_apply_all area
6. Change <cron_expr>0 1 * * *</cron_expr>