Sunrise

 

Sunset Tazacorte

 

Grande Piano and Castellucchio

Setting up a Drupal 7.7 site

First install Drupal 7.7 by downloading the necessary files, creating a database and uploading the files onto your server. Then when Drupal is setup, this is a way of configuring it to fit:

  1. enable clean-url’s
  2. extend the fields for users, such as Name, Last name, etc.
  3. list of users (for authenticated users only)
  4. custom footer message
  5. remove breadcrumb
  6. content access
  7. contact form
  8. calendar with coming events (for authenticated users only)
  9. publishing your calendar as iCal
  10. store & share pictures (for authenticated users only)
  11. store & share documents (for authenticated users only)

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Bromo vulcano

Bromo vulcano, Java, Indonesia

Setup Android Development environment

Howto on setting up an Android Development environment:

  • download Java JDK e.g. jdk-6u25-windows-i586.exe
  • download eclipse e.g. eclipse-SDK-3.6.2-win32.zip
  • download Android SDK e.g. installer_r11-windows.exe
  • install eclipse plugins: Graphical Editing Framework (GEF), Google Plugin 3.6 and the Android Development Tools (ADT)

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Some more Drupal 7.2 testing…

Now Drupal 7.2 is setup, I’m looking into how to configure it to fit:

  1. extend the fields for users, such as Name, Last name, etc.
  2. list of users (for authenticated users only)
  3. calendar with coming events (for authenticated users only)
  4. share and store documents (for authenticated users only)
  5. share and store pictures (for authenticated users only)
  6. remove breadcrumb (maybe…)

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Flowers

Picture of some flowers at the Keukenhof.

Darktable

Install Darktable
1. open a terminal
2. type sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pmjdebruijn/darktable-release-plus
3. type sudo apt-get update
4. Open the software center, look for darktable and install it

Why?
Darktable
is an Adobe Lightroom or Apple Aperture alike application for linux. Let’s see what the program can do...

Test Drupal on a Ubuntu 11.04 LAMP server

There are probably a lot of different ways to test Drupal. I’ll be testing it on a local computer using a LAMP server, in my case Ubuntu with Apache, MySQL and PHP.

Note: this might be a rather technical post.

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