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Taxonomy Menu Trails | drupal.org
maybe a contender. the hierarchical stuff looks interesting
taxonomy  menu  trail  drupal  computing  web  dev  cms  option  work  hierarchical  hierarchy 
june 2013 by therobyouknow
Unable to have Maestro working after installation | drupal.org
url_fopen
allow_url_fopen needs to be enabled perhaps. Our error messages disappeared after enabling it. The error message *was*: "Warning: file_get_contents(): http:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_fopen=0 in drupal_build_js_cache() (line 4846 of /var/www/html//includes/common.inc)."
webdev  cms  error  maestro  enable  php  server  computing  setup  configuration  php.ini  setting  switch  mode  option  file  fopen  url  work  problem  drupal  allow_url_fopen 
september 2012 by therobyouknow
mv - Linux command, to rename or move files | UbuntuHQ
mv -u may avoid the problem (but -u is not available in some Unix distros like SCO, only only seems to appear in gnu/linux)

mv /usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog/prog/lib /usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog/prog/prog.cgi /usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog
mv: cannot move `/usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog/prog/lib' to a subdirectory of itself, `/usr/lib/cgi-bin/prog/li
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mv  -u  command  line  linux  move  file  operating  system  option  update  computing  work  howto  debian  mandrake  ubuntu  gnu  utility  core  standard  directory  folder 
september 2009 by therobyouknow
How do I keep the DTD from loading? Even when I turn off validation the parser tries to load the DTD file.
This shows how to stop the JDOM XML parser from attempting to connect to the internet to fetch a DTD from w3c.org to use to validate the XML as it is being input into the parser. In other words it makes the parser non-validating. A non-validating parser i
dtd  java  xml  non-validating  nonvalidating  non  validating  non-external  w3c  fetch  option  external  load  load-external-dtd  feature  disable  prevent  stop  configure  configuration  jdom  dom  parser  apache  set  setup  howto  idea  solution  standalone 
january 2008 by therobyouknow
How to turn off anti-aliasing in Apache Batik SVG Rasterizer
Useful if your output device/media is monochrome and doesn't have greyscale/grayscale. For example black and white printers. If anti-aliasing was enabled, the printer driver may try to use cross-hatching or patterns to represent the grayscales of the anti
monochrome  colour  color  anti-aliasing  svg  rasterizer  rasteriser  bitmap  utility  tool  setting  howto  printing  print  preparation  solution  scalable  vector  graphics  convert  conversion  configuration  option  media  paper  output  machine  readable  optical  scanner  command  line  work  technical  problem 
september 2007 by therobyouknow

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