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This link recently saved by clintjcl on September 13, 2012
Don't need this for the Coherence stuff (whatever that is), but this definitely helped me get Oracle WebLogic server running in a way that Eclipse would recognize (and get it into the available server list for Eclipse projects).
Frankly I'm surprised it was this difficult and that Oracle was not somehow automatically detectable by Eclipse. But I'm probably asking too much.
This link recently saved by clintjcl on September 07, 2012
This link recently saved by clintjcl on June 02, 2011
Such lists are always a matter of opinion, and kind of subjective. I disabled most, but not all, in the list at the very end ("services that should already be turned off"). I disagreed with a couple, though, and kept those on. I've still never found a list I completely agreed with, but this is going to be my placeholder until I find a better one.
This link recently saved by clintjcl on March 01, 2011
Almost impossible due to Apple only giving you one way to get to a place, and us having a dead spot on our touch screen. (Android turns sideways in ALL settings, allowing you to work around deadspots, PLUS it has a trackball that would work even if there were no touchscreen at all.)
But, I did get this to work, and it's pretty cool. Of course, I can't actually create events with titles due to the dead spot on the touchscreen. I could probably do that in Safari but I think it'd be easier to just VNC to my home machine.
This link recently saved by clintjcl on February 22, 2011
Confessional - despite many anti-iPhone postings, I am now the owner of an iPhone. My sister upgraded and didn't use her old one, and I needed an mp3 player, so she gave it to me for Christmas. It has no service plan, and I'm not planning on getting one. It is basically going to be my PDA/mp3 player, much like Carolyn's PDA that she's had for 5-6 years, and the mp3 player that she's had for 3 or so years. So anyway, I jailbroke it using the instructions on this page. This was surprisingly difficult for me, like 10X harder than I thought it would be, and I ended up using 2 different programs and downloading three 200M firmwares before getting the right combination. With instructions differently slightly for so many situations (all combinations of phone models and firmwares) there was no clearly written set of instructions anywhere. But I got it worked out now. If I'd opened up this page first and used it first, I probably would have saved myself a lot of time.
This link recently saved by clintjcl on January 08, 2011
My exact current problem. Our hinge had a 3rd screw hole that wasn't used. I assumed it was a backup hole in case one of the other two suck. So I used that instead. But I think I'm going to get a long screw with a nut on the end to deal with my problem.. drilled a pilot hole too big :/
This link recently saved by clintjcl on December 16, 2010
This link recently saved by clintjcl on December 09, 2010
Wow. Sounds like a lot of work for a little bit of product, but I suppose it's all a matter of how many acorns you can collect. We have 0.4 acres. A good year like last year.. I coulda had acorn pancakes. I've been eating pancakes constantly lately. I have batter on me now, even. Acorn pancakes would be neat.
This link recently saved by clintjcl on May 18, 2010
Fight the technology war! View what you want to view! Break others' systems of control! ... using these tactics. However, I thought this would be more about routing around government censorshipo. Instead, it's pretty basic stuff.