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Eclipse is giving this error when attempting to install the Maven SCM handler for Subclipse with svn 1.8 and Subclipse 1.10.x:

Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software being installed: Maven SCM handler for Subclipse 0.13.0.201303011221 (org.sonatype.m2e.subclipse.feature.feature.group 0.13.0.201303011221) Missing requirement: Maven SCM Handler for Subclipse 0.13.0.201303011221 (org.sonatype.m2e.subclipse 0.13.0.201303011221) requires […]

If you have groups defined in your .my.cnf file so that your scripts don’t need to specify database connections directly, such as from R or perl scripts, you may wish to use these group definitions for mysql scripting from bash. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be any way to tell mysql to load login information from […]

I was able to attend Sun’s Customer Engineering Conference (CEC) in Las Vegas last week. These are the sessions I attended:

“Turning ‘Blue Shift’ Datacenter into ‘Red Shift’ Enabler”, Eric Bezille and Michel Kintz “Project Indiana”, Glynn Foster “Virtualization: Technology, Performance and Benchmarking”, Jim Mauro and Tariq Magdon-Ismail “Intel EMT64 Quad-Core Deepdive”, Eric Markwardt “Demonstrating Ruby and Ruby on Rails […]

Yesterday in “Using ZFS and NFS with Textmate and Finder on a Fusion VM” I stated that “SAMBA would be … the only reasonable setup if you are doing something like this with a Windows machine and VMware Workstation.” This was a bit of an overstatement, since you can configure an NFS client on a […]

I’m setting up a development environment on a Solaris x86 machine (well, actually a VMware virtual machine) and have a couple of goals:

Use zones to set up, and clone, AMP (Apache, MySQL, PHP) and Rails development environments. The idea is once I get things the way I want, I should be able to quickly set […]