Ricky Tompu Breaky | 1 Sep 01:17 2009
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Re: Re: Install PHPMyAdmin with urpmi

The version of My MySQL is 5.1.34:
"
[root <at> mandreev linux]# mysql -u root -p
Enter password: 
Welcome to the MySQL monitor.  Commands end with ; or \g.
Your MySQL connection id is 705
Server version: 5.1.34 Mandriva Linux - MySQL Standard Edition (GPL)

Type 'help;' or '\h' for help. Type '\c' to clear the current input
statement.

mysql> 
".

I have no idea which Native API my Mandriva-box uses. How can I get to
know about that? Tell me please.

Sorry, I don't understand what you meant about what I should define
parameters in my '/var/www/phpmyadmin/libraries/config.default.php'.

Here is my current '/var/www/phpmyadmin/libraries/config.default.php':
<?php
/* vim: set expandtab sw=4 ts=4 sts=4: */
/**
 * <code>
 * N   N  OOO  !!   DDDD   OOO    N   N  OOO  TTTTT   EEEE DDDD  I
TTTTT !!
 * NN  N O   O !!   D   D O   O   NN  N O   O   T     E    D   D I
T   !!
 * N N N O   O !!   D   D O   O   N N N O   O   T     EEEE D   D I
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Paul M Foster | 1 Sep 03:06 2009

IRC and English

I'm sorry, but is anyone else annoyed by people who attempt to use IRC
jargon on mailing lists? For example, substituting "u" for "you". Oddly
enough, I'm seeing this primarily in foreign language posters, not in
native English speakers. It's often accompanied by English so broken I
don't even bother trying to decypher it, and sometimes an *attitude*
(after which, I blacklist the poster).

Am I the only one? It's okay if I am. Just wondering.

Paul

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Stephen | 1 Sep 03:10 2009

Re: IRC and English

Paul M Foster wrote:
> I'm sorry, but is anyone else annoyed by people who attempt to use IRC
> jargon on mailing lists? For example, substituting "u" for "you". Oddly
> enough, I'm seeing this primarily in foreign language posters, not in
> native English speakers. It's often accompanied by English so broken I
> don't even bother trying to decypher it, and sometimes an *attitude*
> (after which, I blacklist the poster).
>
> Am I the only one? It's okay if I am. Just wondering.
>   
IRC ??

I haven't used that in years. :)

More likely it is the habits learned in texting carrying over to email.

Stephen

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Daniel Brown | 1 Sep 03:11 2009
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Re: IRC and English

On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 21:06, Paul M Foster<paulf <at> quillandmouse.com> wrote:
> I'm sorry, but is anyone else annoyed by people who attempt to use IRC
> jargon on mailing lists? For example, substituting "u" for "you". Oddly
> enough, I'm seeing this primarily in foreign language posters, not in
> native English speakers. It's often accompanied by English so broken I
> don't even bother trying to decypher it, and sometimes an *attitude*
> (after which, I blacklist the poster).
>
> Am I the only one? It's okay if I am. Just wondering.

    Same here, Paul.  You're correct in associating it primarily with
non-native-English speakers, as well.  Worse still: they use that same
language in professional job proposals.  Worse beyond that: they are
selected for said jobs.  I've dropped clients because they have put me
onto a team with folks like that.  Sort of cutting out the bottom of
the barrel, really.

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Ross McKay | 1 Sep 03:32 2009
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Re: Best way to test for form submission?

On Sat, 29 Aug 2009 04:47:09 -0400, "O. Lavell" wrote:

>There are more methods, I always use:
>
>if($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") {
>
>    do_something();
>
>}

+1. Although, this doesn't catch PUT requests, but I have yet to
encounter a place where I want one with form data.
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Paul M Foster | 1 Sep 05:21 2009

Re: IRC and English

On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 09:10:54PM -0400, Stephen wrote:

> Paul M Foster wrote:
>> I'm sorry, but is anyone else annoyed by people who attempt to use IRC
>> jargon on mailing lists? For example, substituting "u" for "you". Oddly
>> enough, I'm seeing this primarily in foreign language posters, not in
>> native English speakers. It's often accompanied by English so broken I
>> don't even bother trying to decypher it, and sometimes an *attitude*
>> (after which, I blacklist the poster).
>>
>> Am I the only one? It's okay if I am. Just wondering.
>>
> IRC ??
>
> I haven't used that in years. :)
>
> More likely it is the habits learned in texting carrying over to email.

I don't text, and seldom IRC, but you're probably right. I think the
jargon is about the same, though probably expanded in texting.

Paul

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hack988 hack988 | 1 Sep 06:08 2009

Re: Re: Install PHPMyAdmin with urpmi

Use follow codes for test your php,php_mysql is work well.
use your ip replace localhost,your mysql port replace 3306 and
username,password to replace mysql_user, mysql_password.
<?php
error_reporting(2047);
ini_set("display_error","On");
if(mysql_connect('localhost:3306', 'mysql_user', 'mysql_password')){
    echo "Ok";
}else{
    echo "Failed";
}
?>

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George Langley | 1 Sep 06:23 2009
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Re: Write Japanese text into an existing PDF

On 31-Aug-09, at 6:37 AM, tedd wrote:
>
> I used the PDFB library to create this:
>
> http://webbytedd.com/bb/pdf/
>
> Here's a link for more information:
>
> http://chir.ag/projects/pdfb/
>
> While I've never used Japanese text, I think as long as you have a  
> font for it, it should work.
------------
	Cool - looks like it could be used to brand a PDF with dynamic text  
inserted by a visitor to your site. This has potential for me!
	Thanks!

George Langley
Musician, Arranger, Composer

www.georgelangley.ca

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Lupus Michaelis | 1 Sep 06:44 2009

Re: IRC and English

Paul M Foster wrote:
> I'm sorry, but is anyone else annoyed by people who attempt to use IRC
> jargon on mailing lists? For example, substituting "u" for "you". Oddly
> enough, I'm seeing this primarily in foreign language posters, not in
> native English speakers. It's often accompanied by English so broken I
> don't even bother trying to decypher it, and sometimes an *attitude*
> (after which, I blacklist the poster).

   Actually, it isn't jargon, maybe degenerated (this is english word ?) 
dialect of english. Some years earlier, I took the habit to use these 
shortcuts (10x, u, eg, etc). Because I learned your langage throught the 
  Internet. It's why this few sentences are so broken.

   If people don't care about their writing, banish them from your life. 
I do the same with french. But if you cross someone like me, who juste 
would learn better way to speack, please accept our apologies ;)

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Behzad | 1 Sep 07:22 2009
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LoginShare | How to authenticate once, and login to different websites

Dear list,

i'm trying to integrate two php-driven web applications, which both
require the user to authenticate using a username and a password.

Consider a situation where the user has logged-in to the 1st application.
She
clicks over a hyper-link, which directs her to the 2nd application. The
challenge
is to automatically authenticate the user on the 2nd application as well.

i'm wondering how?
Is it secure to store the username and password in the $_SESSION, and
share the session between the two applications?

Please let me know what do you think.

Thank you in advance,
-behzad

Gmane