Posts tagged as 'Software'

2009
15
Oct

Mac Subversion with Cornerstone

When I upgraded my Mac from Leopard to Snow Leopard, the only thing that really changed for me was I had to updated a couple pieces of software or wait about a week for the software to be updated. There were two things that could not be updated. The first was a plugin called NuFile … Continue reading

2009
13
Oct

Make MAMP Start MySQL When It Doesn’t Want To

I am using MAMP for local PHP development. It’s alright. It has a tendency to not want to cooperate sometimes. Like this morning. I loaded up MAMP and Apache started just fine but MySQL didn’t want to do anything. If you are getting an error similar to “Error: Could not connect to MySQL server!”, rather … Continue reading

2009
26
Sep

403 Forbidden using MAMP

I have been playing with Codeigniter a lot lately. I was in the middle of working on something when MAMP gave me a 403 error. The error was “403 Forbidden You don’t have permission to access / on this server” Navigating to any folder would give me the 403 error as well, even http://localhost:8888/MAMP/?language=English. This … Continue reading

2009
05
May

Subversion

I was wondering what other subversion tools were used. For the PC I use TortoiseSVN. I know Flex comes with a plugin for Eclipse called Subclipse. I’ve tried it and I’m not a fan of that one. To me it seems likes it says it updates but it doesn’t fully complete. For the Mac I … Continue reading

2009
05
May

OS X Software

There is just so much great software out there for the Mac. Before I got a Mac I was under the impression software for the Mac was few and far between. Here is a list of some great places for Mac software or individual software: Cool OSX Apps TinyAlarm MacUpdate Mac Specialist – Essential Mac … Continue reading

2009
05
May

Screensavers

I’ve never been a big fan of screensavers. For the most part I never really cared what my screensaver was. I usually left it to whatever the default was. Probably a year ago a co-worker told me about a screensaver call Electric Sheep (Mac, Windows, Linux). I think that’s about the time I actually started … Continue reading