Linux / Unix stuff I always forget

------------------------------------------------------
find

find where-to-look criteria what-to-do

find / -name foo
This will search the whole system for any files named foo and display their pathnames.

find
will display the pathnames of all files in the current directory and all subdirectories.

You can specify as many places to search as you wish:

find /tmp /var/tmp . $HOME -name foo

My Flow / Typo3 installation annoyances.

Error message: Flow requires the PHP setting "date.timezone" to be set. (Error #1342087777)

Answer found at: http://www.unixmen.com/timezone-for-php-is-not-set-please-set-qdatetimez... as follows:
Question : How to change the date.timezone value in PHP?
answer:

Open php.ini

sudo vi /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini

and look search

Interview ideas to remember

Topics to be able to discuss during an interview.

craigslist spider project

code snip of parsing in php

Working on parsing the various result screens that are possible. This is the nucleus of the entire project: capturing specific results.

I'm trying to isolate the individual results at this point. Part of that is weeding out the "NEARBY" results craigslist provides if there aren't many local results. The ultimate goal, of course, is to aggregate NATIONWIDE results.

Pages