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Tony Bibbs' Blog:
Problems Using Zend Studio after Upgrade to openSUSE 10.3
Oct 16, 2007 @ 07:52:00

Tony Bibbs comments today about some issues that he's been having with his installation of Zend's Studio IDE ever since he made the update to a more recent version of SUSE - version 10.3.

Well, upgrading from openSUSE 10.2 to 10.3 has been a bit brutal. [...] So this morning I got to work and had a customer demo and felt I needed to have the Zend Studio IDE working to be able to make some quick changes on the fly and it would work.

His problem was with an assertion issue - the resource the software was trying to access was locked. He did find a solution, though on Chris Hope's blog involving a sudoed call to sed to replace a value in one of the shared libraries for Zend Studio, replacing one variable name with another.

tagged: opensuse upgrade zendstudio ide shared library sed sudo opensuse upgrade zendstudio ide shared library sed sudo

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Tony Bibbs' Blog:
Problems Using Zend Studio after Upgrade to openSUSE 10.3
Oct 16, 2007 @ 07:52:00

Tony Bibbs comments today about some issues that he's been having with his installation of Zend's Studio IDE ever since he made the update to a more recent version of SUSE - version 10.3.

Well, upgrading from openSUSE 10.2 to 10.3 has been a bit brutal. [...] So this morning I got to work and had a customer demo and felt I needed to have the Zend Studio IDE working to be able to make some quick changes on the fly and it would work.

His problem was with an assertion issue - the resource the software was trying to access was locked. He did find a solution, though on Chris Hope's blog involving a sudoed call to sed to replace a value in one of the shared libraries for Zend Studio, replacing one variable name with another.

tagged: opensuse upgrade zendstudio ide shared library sed sudo opensuse upgrade zendstudio ide shared library sed sudo

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PHPMac.com:
XAMPP 0.5 on Intel Macs
Oct 10, 2006 @ 07:11:07

PHPMac.com has a quick new tutorial posted today showing Mac developers out there how to get the Xampp pakcage on their Intel-based system.

Xampp makes things easy - as easy as:

  • Download/install
  • change the httpd.conf
  • sudo into the root account
  • start up the application with a single command

You can get complete details for this package (as well as packages for other platforms) from the Xampp website.

tagged: xampp package install intel macintosh configure sudo xampp package install intel macintosh configure sudo

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PHPMac.com:
XAMPP 0.5 on Intel Macs
Oct 10, 2006 @ 07:11:07

PHPMac.com has a quick new tutorial posted today showing Mac developers out there how to get the Xampp pakcage on their Intel-based system.

Xampp makes things easy - as easy as:

  • Download/install
  • change the httpd.conf
  • sudo into the root account
  • start up the application with a single command

You can get complete details for this package (as well as packages for other platforms) from the Xampp website.

tagged: xampp package install intel macintosh configure sudo xampp package install intel macintosh configure sudo

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