Monthly Archives: October 2009

4 posts

The most biased review on Ubuntu

First of all, I consider myself far from a Linux fanboy, and I myself have many frustrations with Ubuntu too, but I would not make unprofessional reviews as Andrew Thomas did. As a technical writer of TG Daily, Andrew Thomas recently wrote two most biased reviews I’ve ever read on Ubuntu 9.10 RC: here and here. As a matter of fact, the article titled “Ubuntu is still rubbish” is rubbish itself. It is absolutely stupid […]

WordPress upgrade available: hardening release

I haven’t writen many posts in the past a few weeks because of my crazy schedule. Finally I had some free time this afternoon to write something and noticed that a hardening release of WordPress was rolled out, and with the built-in one-click upgrade feature, my blog is up to date now.

Debugging Visual Studio 2005 project on 64-bit IIS 6 in Windows XP x64

If you are using Windows XP x64 and if you use Visual Studio 2005 to create a virtual directory on local 64-bit IIS as shown in the following screen shot: and you may get an error message like this: Unable to create the virtual directory. Configuring the virtual directory for ASP.NET 2.0 failed. You may need to manually configure this site for ASP.NET 2.0 in order for your site to run correctly. The root cause […]

Drupal project

I am currently working on creating a web site with Drupal for a customer and I am planning to write some tutorials on using Drupal. Stay tuned.