(This tutorial assumes you own a legal copy of the OS you’ll be using to install as the “guest” OS, be it Unix, Winblows or any other Operating System not mentioned here)
In this tutorial I’ll walk you through setting up a virtual machine in Linux using QEMU. According to QEMU site, QEMU is a generic and open source machine emulator and virtualizer. When used as a machine emulator, QEMU can run OSes and programs made for one machine (e.g. an ARM board) on a different machine (e.g. your own PC). By using dynamic translation, it achieves very good performance.
In this quick tutorial I’ll show you how to install pianobar on ubuntu. Pianobar is a free/open-source, command line client for pandora. With pianobar you can:
- play and manage (create, add more music, delete, rename, …) your stations
- rate played songs and let pandora explain why they have been selected
- show upcoming songs/song history
- configure keybindings
- last.fm scrobbling support (external application)
- proxy support for listeners outside the USA
By adding an afteredit listener to your editor grid you’ll be able to change the row color on the fly, right after
the cell has been changed so users will be able to tell which records have been changed. I’ve added this instead of the little red tickbox since it is easier for the user to see and it just looks better.
Just in case this would conflict with the little red icon, I also went ahead and removed it with my custom.css file (shown below).
My quickest tutorial to date, simple mysql query to remove trailing zeros from decimal fields.
Initially our data looks like this:
In this post I’ll show you how to create a report using iReport, uploading to your jasperserver running on tomcat and accessing the report from an ExtJS grid. In addition to Apache, MySql and ExtJS libraries (I’m assuming you already have those installed) you will need to get the following installed:
1. iReport (on your laptop/workstation)
2. tomcat (on your server)
3. jasperserver (on your server)