Operation is not allowed when the object is closed

New problem come with javascript php and mysql script that proven to work suddenly pop error message and entire editing process get stuck Error message : ” Operation is not allowed when the object is closed “ line 94 char 11 code 0 file display.php a few suspect come after : xmlchapter.php xmlsubchapter.php xmlpage.php

Powerfull Windows XP CD

Common job for technician is installing operating system. All packs contain with all CD, CD windows xp for example, cd for photoshop, cd adobe reader and others program in separate CD. When installation job become routine I need little tool to help me for making my windows slim. I got the answer : nlite nlite …

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FreeBSD ports unfreeze

Fiuh, finally ports unfreeze I thought my system is crash when I try to update ports, until I red about Xorg 7.2 ports committed Yeah, big ports Today, kongja# csup -g -L2 ports-supfile -h cvsup12.freebsd.org Parsing supfile “ports-supfile” Connecting to cvsup12.freebsd.org Cannot connect to 2001:468:902:201:209:3dff:fe11:442c: No route to host Connected to 128.205.32.21 Server software version: …

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Mysql 4.0 and Mysql 4.1 Compability

My friend install serendipity (blog engine) in his laptop with mysql version 4.1.21 and dumping sql of his blog. When I try to restore sql file in his PC I got error message : Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>cd c:\appserv\mysql\bin C:\AppServ\mysql\bin>mysql -uroot -p alam < blog.sql Enter ...

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Overwrite FreeBSD ports

Upgrade ports is easy, using portupgrade. Even portupgrade can upgrade it’s own program The problem come with error message ‘xxxx already installed’, how to overcome this problem? Answer: read the guide kongja# portupgrade p5-libwww-5.79_1 —> Upgrading ‘p5-libwww-5.79_1′ to ‘p5-libwww-5.803′ (www/p5-libwww) —> Building ‘/usr/ports/www/p5-libwww’ ===> Cleaning for p5-Compress-Zlib-1.33 bla…bla..bla ===> Checking if net/p5-URI already installed ===> …

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