Did you know that bird people live in the Underground Kingdom? You would if you choose to 'Enter the Cave' and turned to page 5.
As a website entrepreneur, much of my day to day work involves using the terminal on my laptop to SSH into a remote server. As my business has grown, so has the number of servers that I have to communicate with. The problem that I have been dealing with lately is differentiating between SSH sessions. My partial solution is to use a different background color of each terminal tab/window that holds an ssh session.
So you just laid down the big bucks and got yourself the newest computer Apple has to offer. Then you moved to another country and decided you needed to activate another input language. You found this blog and read my post about Writing in Czech (Čeština) on your Mac. Sweet you think to yourself, but halfway through the instructions you notice that all of the palettes are missing. Should you just throw away the computer and get a Dell, or should you follow these additional instructions?
Adding the ability to type in another language, such as Czech, on your OS X Mac is quite simple. Follow these instructions and you will be typing your Czech homework in no time.
So you just got a sweet new MacBook Pro, turned on your web server, uncommented the PHP include, got mySQL up and running and talking to PHP and Apache through the proper socket. You are awesome, but you don't stop there. You install Drupal 6+ and get a big fat error on the first page, "You Don't have GD support." Ouch, but don't worry, I am here to hold your hand.
Your maximum heart rate (MHR) is the highest number of times your heart can contract in one minute, or the heart rate that you could achieve during maximal physical exertion. It is not the maximum you should obtain often during exercise. MHR is used as a base number to calculate target heart rate for exercise.
Green Beans with Paprika
Green beans steeped in a wonderful nutty flavor from browned butter. While caramelized onions and paprika added terrific depth to this simple dish.
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