Connect a MSSQL database via RODBC on Ubuntu 14.04 This post is just a personal reminder, on internet you will find quite a lot of stuff, every solution might even work, but I prefer to deal with the minimum number of configuration files so:
Deploy a Symfony project with Capifony on localhost As soon as you’ll put your hands on Capifony, you’ll notice that this tool is born with an high role separation in mind.
Go implementation of a reverse SSH tunnel Since the web is plenty of examples related to SSH forward tunnels (the famous SSH -L command) but lacks of information about its reversed counterpart (SSH -R), I decided to write down a few lines developed while working on a Go implementation of the SSH command:
Open Atrium 2.43: missing bootstrap library on oa_radix theme Right after the update to Drupal Open Atrium version 2.43, all dropdown-toggle buttons were not working any more. Don’t panic!
Open Atrium 2.43: The operator is invalid on filter: Field: Groups audience:target_id Last but not least: The operator is invalid on filter: Field: Groups audience:target_id. If, as me, you will find it printed on the View Administration interface, right after an update, then it’s time to select the filter criteria on the incriminated view and check one of the available operators, which for some reason are now blank!
Symfony ContainerAwareCommand executed from a custom Application It is clear that, if you want to use with profit all the services configured/developed on you Symfony application, you have to use a ContainerAwareCommand.
Use an old non PSR-0 library with Symfony2 and integrate it with composer (using gitlab) Since the title summarize enough the content, here there are the steps! Create the Git repo and format it in a way compatible with composer example: