Openshift now supports Cron and Phpmyadmin with Cartridges

28. April 2012 SysAdmin 0
Now you can add Crons to your OpenShift application. Login to [Openshift](https://openshift.redhat.com “openshift.redhat.com”) – Click My applications. – Choose your application, and click “details” – Click “Add +” button on Cartridges section – Click cron 1.4 “select” – Thats it, You have installed the cron cartridge to your application, And you will be presented with ...

How to show the web server’s IP in browser

17. April 2012 SysAdmin 0
When you are migrating a website form one server to another or doing a production release, You often need to set an IP to your [/etc/hosts](/etc/hosts) (in windows c:windowssystem32driversetchost) file so that you can test the site without making it live or a DNS change. A hosts entry will look like this. `10.10.10.10 example.com www.example.com` ...

How to show the web server’s IP in browser

17. April 2012 SysAdmin 0
When you are migrating a website form one server to another or doing a production release, You often need to set an IP to your [/etc/hosts](/etc/hosts) (in windows c:windowssystem32driversetchost) file so that you can test the site without making it live or a DNS change. A hosts entry will look like this. `10.10.10.10 example.com www.example.com` ...

Screen Off widget for Android

26. March 2012 SysAdmin 0
Hey, Today, I was looking at **Screen Lock** button of my android mobile. Since i use this key frequently, It almost turned in to white colour from Silver. So i just searched in [Play store](https://play.google.com “Google Play Store”) and found an interesting Widget. Its “[Screen Off](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nd.android.surfaceaction.offscreen “Screen Off”)”  – One click to turn off screen ...

Tomdroid Notes for Android

19. March 2012 SysAdmin 0
If you are an Ubuntu + Android user, This post is for you !!! Most of all Ubuntu users uses “**Tomboy Notes**” – A simple and easy to use desktop note-taking application. Ever thought, How to sync those notes to your Android Device ??? Please follow these steps to get it done. – ***On Ubuntu ...

Mysql TRIGGER command denied to user

15. March 2012 SysAdmin 0
Today i got a new mysql issue from one of my colleague. – Issue In MySQL TRIGGER command denied to user ‘username’@’192.168.0.112′ for table ‘abcd_table’ What you normally do ? As usual, I checked the user’s GRANTS with the following command. mysql&gt; show grants for [email protected]'%'; GRANT USAGE ON *.* TO 'username'@'%' IDENTIFIED BY PASSWORD '<em>D1..........1A9F2' ...