Well, Android Studio need HAXM to run emulator. The issue is that the HAXM drivers doesn’t support the beta version of Mac Os High Serria yet. The driver works but with a little bit of additional command. First, you will need to disable the Security Protection on kext. The drivers is not sign for this … Continue reading Android Studio Emulator HAXM on Mac Os High Serria (10.13)
Hi, Here a quick script to cleanup all images and containers quickly. It is useful while you develop and what to restart fresh :
docker ps -aq | xargs docker rm -f
docker images -q | xargs docker rmi -f
This tutorial is made for OVH Kimsufi server, the small one, where you can’t setup ZFS. They are deliver with an awful partition scheme by default and a custom kernel that break after the first freebsd-update. And of course because of the awful partition, it is almost impossible to repair after reboot. So I made … Continue reading FreeBSD: Setup properly small kimsufi (ovh) server (non-zfs) on FreeBSD 10.1 (disk setup ufs, vanilla freebsd, ipv6)
I would like to share a tutorial to get your own VPN with uPNP support. Your client will go though the VPN completely and be mask by it. This configuration fit well any tools like BitTorrent, or anything that need to open port on the fly to share data. What do you need: Host (VPS) … Continue reading OpenVPN with uPNP support in 10 minutes
Dist::Zilla is a great tools to create perl distribution. You can also create PluginBundle that contain everything you usually use in your package. You will usually add and remove stuff in your PluginBundle, and you want that people who help you develop and release your perl distribution to use the good version of your bundle. … Continue reading Perl Dist::Zilla hidden feature : minimum bundle version require !
It is often nice to be able to dump the current memory usage of a part of your process. I’m working on Mac OSX, and I’m frustrating when a perl module only works on Linux, because it read file like ‘/proc’ or stuff like that. Thanks to IRC users, I have discover Proc::ProcessTable, and then … Continue reading Perl Memory::Stats – Get RSS memory reporting on multiple platforms
Jedi::Plugin::Auth is an authentication plugin for Jedi. It handle the authentication for you, saving using info in his database, and returning the full profile in a session when the user identify himself properly. The plugin provide : jedi_auth_signin jedi_auth_signout jedi_auth_login jedi_auth_logout jedi_auth_update jedi_auth_users_with_role jedi_auth_users_count jedi_auth_users So you can add an user, remote it, log the … Continue reading Perl Jedi Plugin Auth
Jedi::Plugin::Session is an extension for Perl Jedi to give your the possibility to store session for your user. The plugin will automatically generate and save an UUID for the visiting user, and extend the Jedi::Request to add the methods : session_get and session_set. You have not limit (except your memory) on how many data you … Continue reading Perl Jedi Plugin Session
The common misunderstanding in Perl is the difference between : A list : (1, 2, 3) An array : @my_array containing (1, 2, 3) The unary operation coma ‘,’: $operation1, $operation2, $operation3 Perl use the context to act practically over logically. That lead to unexpected behavior if you mislead each of this concept. The 3 … Continue reading Perl – Understand List, Unary operation and Array in scalar context
Perl Jedi, is a web app framework, with no DSL. That mean the framework doesn’t create new magic keywords. The good point is that it avoid conflict with any kind of packages. Also Perl Jedi do the minimum to dispatch your request to your methods, and return a PSGI compatible response. You can install your … Continue reading Perl Jedi, Hello World !