1. MySQL. UTF-8 database creation snippet

    Well, I haven't remembered syntax of database creation in UTF-8 character set with MySQL for quite a long time. Finally I decided to write a little snippet because I used it so often last time.

    CREATE DATABASE database CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci;
    CREATE USER 'username'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY ...
    Tagged as : Linux SQL
  2. JBoss AS 7 Configuration

    It's kind of not trivial to use JBoss AS after usage of containers like Apache Tomcat or Jetty. And unfortunately JBoss AS isn't distributed in the way that let it be easily set up as service. This article is just a remember for me how should I install ...

    Tagged as : Linux Java
  3. SSH tunneling in Linux

    Once you have SSH access to the server, you can use tunneling to connect to its services that are unavailable to others.

    Use the following command to make example.com:1521 be available as your localhost:1522.

    ssh -N -p 22 usename@example.com -L 1521:localhost:1522
    Tagged as : Linux
  4. Code highlighting in Vim

    To enable code highlighting in Vim add text "syntax on" to file ~/.vimrc or execute the following command:

    echo "syntax on" >> ~/.vimrc

    If you want to enable highlighting only once, you can execute the following command from Vim (press Esc before typing to exit from insert/replace mode):

    :syntax on
    Tagged as : Linux Vim
  5. Gnome 3. Disabling suspend when the lid is closed

    For some reason there's no way to change standard behaviour when the lid is closed in Gnome3 via System Settings. Fortunately it's possible to do in terminal. For this execute the following commands (NOT as root):

    $ gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power lid-close-ac-action "<action>"
    $ gsettings set org ...
    Tagged as : Linux Gnome
  6. Rapid logger creation in Eclipse

    In Eclipse it's possible to create easy to insert templates. Probably you have used "main" template by typing "main" and pressing Ctrl + Space to create main method. You also probably have faced the problem of logging huge amount of classes, and everywhere you needed to use logger factory, type ...

    Tagged as : Eclipse
  7. Configuring warnings in Eclipse

    It's possible to tell Eclipse which code should lead to warning, which to error and which should be handled as normal.

    You need to do the following two steps for this purpose:

    1. Open Window -> Preferences -> Java -> Compiler -> Errors/Warnings.
    2. Change properties in the way you want.

    My settings are ...

    Tagged as : Eclipse
  8. Bugzilla: error which isn't error

    The local XML file './data/bugzilla-update.xml' cannot be created. Please make sure the web server can write in this directory and that you can access the web. If you are behind a proxy, set the proxy_url parameter correctly.

    If you got this error and you are sure that the ...

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