To install Zend Framework is not as straight forward like other PHP Frameworks. Also to install it with NetBeans it was not described very well on blogs.sun.com/netbeansphp site. Let’s start!
My assumption is that NetBeans is installed already on Ubuntu. I used NetBeans 6.9.1 and Ubuntu 10.10. In NetBeans are also the PHP plugins installed.
Before we are going into depth, first check if the (external) hard disk is able to go in spindown. Disable all services which has disk access periodically, for example:
# /etc/init.d/asterisk stop
# /etc/init.d/rsyslog stop
# /etc/init.d/apache2 stop
# /etc/init.d/mysql stop
# /etc/init.d/samba stop
# /etc/init.d/cron stop
# /etc/init.d/ntp stop
# /etc/init.d/rsync stop
And all other daemons which are suspicious…
The behaviour of copy and past in PuTTY is different than in Ubuntu. With PuTTY under Windows I never had a problem how to copy and paste, but under Ubuntu I am always confused. That is why I wanted to write it down. For me, but also for you of course.
Coping from PuTTY
Select the text with the left mouse button and paste with the middle mouse button.
In my opinion it is not necessary to backup the Google Docs in case of a hard disk crash on the site of Google, but I like to have my documents on my own server also. Just in case of a blocked account or when internet is temporary unavailable.
Download and unpack gdatacopier and gdata-python-client
Remark: Please check if there are newer versions available for gdata-python-client or gdatacopier.
Check if XBMC is already available for this Ubuntu release: XBMC (roadmap)
If XBMC is released for Ubuntu 10.04, you can proceed with the normal installation, otherwise you have to install from SVN.
If XBMC is available for this Ubuntu release, the installation is as follows:
To display this temperature in Gnome, start application:
System -> Administration -> NVIDIA X Server Settings
The GPU temperature can be found in menu: GPU 0 -> Thermal Settings
Here you see the Core Temperature of the GPU
On the command line, it is possible to see the GPU temperature with the following command:
# nvidia-settings -c :0 -tq GPUCoreTemp
Before the Ubuntu upgrade
Before upgrading, check if all your non-Ubuntu repository applications are available. For XBMC you can check the XBMC roadmap
After the Ubuntu upgrade
We need to reinstall all applications, which are not in the Ubuntu repository. They were cleaned up automatically.
See here for all instructions:
Installing XBMC on Ubuntu
After a lot of searching and going through nearly every forum I have my sound via HDMI. And my solution was very simple.
But before I start, I will give an overview of my system: