WordPress database error: [Can't open file: 'wp_comments.MYD'. (errno: 144)]
SELECT ID, COUNT( comment_ID ) AS ccount
LEFT JOIN wp_comments ON ( comment_post_ID = ID AND comment_approved = '1')
WHERE ID IN (161,123,122,121,120,119,118,117,116,114)
GROUP BY ID
So I looked around for a backup solution based on rsync. These solutions are around:
I mixed these together in my own script that can be called daily from crontab. It cycles through 7 daily backups and 8 weekly backups. Here is the script.
Note: to access the SD memory card in the Zen you do not need any additional software. You must enable it as a removable drive on the Zen and then it will appear as an USB drive on the Mac when connected.]]>
PictPress Thumbs offers the following functionality:
Sizes can be specified as
WxH for resizing and
WxHcXxY for resizing and cropping.
WxH means the image is made smaller to just fit in a rectangle of that size.
WxHcXxY means the image is made smaller to just cover a rectangle of
H+2*Y completely, then it is cropped to a rectangle of
The permalink structure by default is based on the permalink structure WordPress uses for attachments, which is
%parent% is the permalink of the parent post of the attachment and
%attachment% is the name of the attachment (derived from its title). For images we use as permalink
%size% is the name of one of the standard sizes and
%ext% is the extension (e.g. jpg).
Captions can be defined in terms of attributes associated with an image, like title, description, date, etc.
PictPress will be split up in four relatively independent parts:
This offers a much better integration with the WordPress attachment functionality.
Thumbs and Subposts are well along the way, Pictpress will follow soon.
The qlgenerator files should be installed in the /Library/QuickLook folder. Finder should be relaunched after install.
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If there are still vulnerabilities in the newer versions, please let me know.]]>
mount -uw / launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.DirectoryServices.plist dscl . -delete /Users/curioso AuthenticationAuthority passwd curioso
and type in twice the password that you already had.
Update (3-nov-2007): I applied the iMac 1.3 update, but the freezes persist. The problem is clearly related to the ATI Radeon HD 2600 GPU that is used in the iMac.
Update (15-nov-2007): Freezes were fixed by the Apple iMac graphics firmware update 1.0.
VNC client for Mac: