Today my OwnCloud was due to an update to 8.0.3; As I did so, an SQL error hailed me: Aktualisiere ownCloud auf Version 8.0.3. Dies könnte eine Weile dauern. An exception occurred while executing ‘ DELETE FROM `oc_lucene_status` WHERE `fileid` IN ( SELECT `fileid` FROM ( SELECT `fileid` FROM `oc_lucene_status` GROUP BY `fileid` HAVING count(`fileid`) > 1 ) […]
WP-BlackCheck 2.7.1 is out – it’s mostly a bump to satisfy the next WordPress version. The Changes so far: Stop messing around with Akismet stats – Who used that anyways? Opening all of the options at the settings panels – It was plain annoying to set things up the old way
By now an update to my beloved OnePlus One phone is rolling out and so do a few fixes and some notable changes and a sense of Bloatware: SwiftKey and MaxxAudio. Is this the beginning of the end of a slick and bloatware free rom? Just for the record: I do not have anything against Swiftkey or Waves. […]
Those days I found another brilliant example of non working java stuff. In fact it was an ubuntu laptop running the most recent jre from sun stating: The program ‘java’ received an X Window System error. This probably reflects a bug in the program. The error was ‘RenderBadPicture (invalid Picture parameter)’. (Details: serial 251 error_code 143 request_code […]
The OnePlus One is one of those nerdy phones being shipped with Cyanogenmod per default and an easy unlocking process. In other words, it’s the android hacker’s wet dream. But at the moment things do not look that bright at the horizon: Cyanogen Inc did partner up with Micromax, a competitor of OnePlus in India.
Many people, especially around gentoo linux, do think that ccache is a must-have, reducing compile time pretty much. But is that really true? How much does it really help? Let’s nail it down with some facts: ccache parses the compiler call to make sure it’s a single compile as it doesn’t work with linking or multi-source builds (for […]