During my last search on eaccelerator progress ( in time of writing 0.9.5) i found new link to another php cache :
since it’s made by author of lighttpd i’m eager to try it out in my freebsd server.
1. updating freebsd ports
2. install from ports
# cd /usr/ports/www/xcache && make install
3. Copying ini file
# cp /usr/local/share/examples/xcache/xcache.ini /usr/local/etc/php/
4. creating md5 password
# md5 -s ‘openbsd’
copy generated md5 into : xcache.ini
# ee /usr/local/etc/php/xcache.ini
I almost forgot that I have account in metcafe.com, a place to publish your video, like youtube.com but with extra hit from powerfull member community.
Today, I just check my email in google apps then see a few notification of new comment in my video. Wow, I found fantastic hit in one of my video.
I just reliazed that one of the video I upload got big hit ( for me ) since I never intend to do so .
Sure, I think it’s exposure is good thing.
“People judge the book by the cover”
My metacafe video that gain big hit
I’m in a hurry when I heard little story about Leonardo da Vinci curriculum vitae, being curious I do some research and wikipedia gave good result :
Leonardo’s Letter to Ludovico the Moor
Most illustrious Lord, Having now sufficiently considered the specimens of all those who proclaim themselves skilled contrivers of instruments of war, and that the invention and operation of the said instruments are nothing different to those in common use: I shall endeavour, without prejudice to any one else, to explain myself to your Excellency showing your Lordship my secrets, and then offering them to your best pleasure and approbation to work with effect at opportune moments as well as all those things which, in part, shall be briefly noted below. read more
PHP ternary operator isn’t beautiful for reading reason
It’s also make confuse, but for the sake of simple it’s OK
( expr1 ) ? ( expr2 ) : (expr3)
If expr1 return true, then it evaluates to ( expr2 )
If expr1 return false, then it evaluates to ( expr3 )
it’s similar to if..else
// ternary operator
$james_bond_title = ($year==2006) ? “Casino Royale” : ” I forgot “;
echo “James Bond Movie Title in 2006 is : $james_bond_title”;
//if … else
$james_bond_title=”I forgot “;
Which one is your favorite ?
Joomla is very popular CMS, it’s easy to setup and require only working php and mysql installation.
A problem may arise when your administrator password lost or forgot.
Can I recover my admin password or create a new one ?
It’s common question in "Setting your own Content Management System" workshop.
Use php md5() function !
Here’s the steps :
1. Open your php ide and type this code :
echo "My New Joomla Administrator Password is : $my_md5_password";
save this snippet as joomla.php and run it in browser.
2. Copy paste your md5 generated password.
3. Open phpmyadmin and select joomla database.
4. Select user table (jos_users) and find administrator entry, click edit icon.
5. Replace your password with password in step 2
6. Save your changes
7. Done, try login to administrator page with new password.