One of the most important feature when you are making a code is “debugging”, whether you are new or even pro, you might need this feature. And how to do it when you are programming in Python without any IDE? you might use Terminal or Command Line in Windows to do so. This video is about How to do it in Windows, anyway it works in Unix environment. I found this video is helpful, hopefully also for you.
Yesterday I had a little problem with my Ubuntu linux notebook. It was just because I installed Gnome 3.10 in my Ubuntu 13.10 and made it crash badly. I tried to reinstall my old notebook via bootable DVD, unfortunately the DVD-Rom did not work as I expected. So I tried to figure out how to solve it using USB stick. Another issue was that how to make it bootable using OSX Maverick notebook and I found this article.
The steps are exactly as similar as in the article, but I faced a little issue when it comes to convert .iso file to .img. Instead of execute it using hdiutil convert -format UDRW -o ~/path/to/target.img ~/path/to/ubuntu.iso , I didt it this way hdiutil convert ~/path/to/ubuntu.iso -format UDRW -o ~/path/to/target.img .
So, to summary, these are the steps I did to make a Ubuntu bootable USB stick in OSX Maverick:
Mercurial is a modern, open source, distributed version control system, and a compelling upgrade from older systems like Subversion. In this user-friendly, six-part tutorial, Joel Spolsky teaches you the key concepts. Also, Fog Creek offers free monthly webinars that go over the basics of Mercurial.
I’ve been using pocket apps for several weeks now. And I got plenty of articles that I have saved on it from daily basis browsing since then. I thought it would be nice if I could share it with you. Well, here they are, my first “Weekly Pocket Collection, December 8th”.