Planet MySQL Planet MySQL: Meta Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Русский Português 中文
Showing entries 1 to 8

Displaying posts with tag: Desktop (reset)

VirtualBox Factory: HowTo Automate VBox Provisioning in a Cloud
Employee +0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

For many years now, Sun provides ISVs with on-line access to Solaris, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Java, Netbeans, compilers, and much more.  This service is named EZQual and is used to evaluate Sun software,  and port and test applications on the Sun platform. To satisfy the demand we must be able to host many ISVs on a single system so we decided from scratch that the service would be implemented using virtualization, just like a cloud. Also, to provide a better user experience we decided to offer a remote desktop feature that, in conjunction with …

  [Read more...]
VirtualBox Factory: HowTo Automate VBox Provisioning in a Cloud
Employee +0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

For many years now, Sun provides ISVs with on-line access to Solaris, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Java, Netbeans, compilers, and much more.  This service is named EZQual and is used to evaluate Sun software,  and port and test applications on the Sun platform. To satisfy the demand we must be able to host many ISVs on a single system so we decided from scratch that the service would be implemented using virtualization, just like a cloud. Also, to provide a better user experience we decided to offer a remote desktop feature that, in conjunction with …

  [Read more...]
VirtualBox Factory: HowTo Automate VBox Provisioning in a Cloud
Employee +0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

For many years now, Sun provides ISVs with on-line access to Solaris, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Java, Netbeans, compilers, and much more.  This service is named EZQual and is used to evaluate Sun software,  and port and test applications on the Sun platform. To satisfy the demand we must be able to host many ISVs on a single system so we decided from scratch that the service would be implemented using virtualization, just like a cloud. Also, to provide a better user experience we decided to offer a remote desktop feature that, in conjunction with …

  [Read more...]
on tools and operating systems
+0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

Sometimes people ask why do I use MacOSX as my main work platform (isn’t that something to do with beliefs?). My answer is “good foundation with great user interface”. Though that can be treated as “he must like unix kernel and look&feel!”, it is not exactly that.

What I like is that I can have good graphical stable environment with some mandatory tools (yes, I used OS-supplied browser, mail, etc), but beside that maintain the bleeding edge open-source space (provided by MacPorts).

Also what I like, is OS-supplied development and performance tools. DTrace included is awesome, yes, but Apple did put some special touch on it too. This is …

  [Read more...]
Christmas Wallpaper
+0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

Finding free quality wallpaper is hard and its even harder to find quality wallpaper for Christmas. Here is a couple sources I came across with a pretty good selection. If you have any suggestions of other sources for the holiday season drop a comment.

Source: CSSBuilt - 29 Beautiful Christmas Wallpapers
Source: CSS Count - 30 List of Stunning Christmas Wallpapers

More GnuCash to MySQL tools and queries
+0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

I wrote a while ago about a program I wrote to export GnuCash data into a MySQL database, including a couple of queries against the resulting schema. I've made some improvements since then to allow a simple overlay of my wife's expense categories onto the GnuCash hierarchy. This article explains the improved schema, and includes some more useful tools and queries.

To Gentoo or not to Gentoo?
+0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

Some people who know I've used Gentoo asked me my thoughts on using it for MySQL servers. Here are my opinions and experiences using Gentoo, both for desktop systems and for servers.

A review of the Glom graphical database front-end
+0 Vote Up -0Vote Down

Glom is an interesting graphical database front-end I've been meaning to try out for some time. Someone asked about graphical database front-ends on the #mysql IRC channel recently, and that prompted me to install Glom and learn how to use it. My overall impressions? It lands squarely in the middle of its target audience's needs, but still has a quirk here and there. With a bit of polish it will be a fine product, and it's already a winner over Microsoft Access and Filemaker, two similar programs with which you might be familiar. In this article I'll walk through installing and configuring …

  [Read more...]
Showing entries 1 to 8

Planet MySQL © 1995, 2014, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates   Legal Policies | Your Privacy Rights | Terms of Use

Content reproduced on this site is the property of the respective copyright holders. It is not reviewed in advance by Oracle and does not necessarily represent the opinion of Oracle or any other party.