Setting directory permissions for Joomla 1.6 Linux/Unix installation – safer method (script)

Safer method to make write permissions for Joomla 1.6 installation.

Run these two commands from ‘su’ or ‘root’ within joomla install directory (assuming that you have ‘apache’ user for httpd):

chgrp -R apache administrator/components administrator/language administrator/language/en-GB administrator/language/overrides administrator/manifests/files administrator/manifests/libraries administrator/manifests/packages administrator/modules administrator/templates components images images/banners images/sampledata language language/en-GB language/overrides libraries media modules plugins plugins/authentication plugins/content plugins/editors plugins/editors-xtd plugins/extension plugins/search plugins/system plugins/user templates configuration.php cache administrator/cache logs tmp

chmod -R g+w,o-rwx administrator/components administrator/language administrator/language/en-GB administrator/language/overrides administrator/manifests/files administrator/manifests/libraries administrator/manifests/packages administrator/modules administrator/templates components images images/banners images/sampledata language language/en-GB language/overrides libraries media modules plugins plugins/authentication plugins/content plugins/editors plugins/editors-xtd plugins/extension plugins/search plugins/system plugins/user templates configuration.php cache administrator/cache logs tmp

How to Reverse Page Order in PDF file using Acrobat Pro

For example, this is useful for incorporating Hebrew PDF files into English ones.

  1. Run this from the JavaScript Console (Ctrl+J):for (i = this.numPages – 1; i >= 0; i–) this.movePage(i);

    NOTE: Relevant options in Edit->Preferences->JavaScript must be enabled

  2. Put this Java Script
    Reversepageorder.js (1169 downloads)
    in folowing folder:

    • Windows XP:
      C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Adobe\Acrobat \9.0\JavaScripts
    • Windows Vista:
      C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Acrobat\9.0\JavaScripts
    • MAC OSX
      /Users/USERNAME/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Acrobat/9.0_x86/JavaScripts

    NOTE: Relevant options in Edit->Preferences->JavaScript must be enabled

  3. Print the file into new PDF using reverse order page from Print Menu

Source: http://forums.adobe.com/message/2920024

Linksys WRT54GL Router: Firmwares, Improving Performance, Overcloking, Slow speed download L2TP/PPTP UFI NGN

Low Download Speeds over L2TP/PPTP connections

Unfortunately this router is useless for UFI L2TP/PPTP connections which are in Israel.

Maximum speed was obtained around >750kBytes/s, which is not depend on firmware used (Tomato, dd-wrt, original) or overclocking at 250MHz.

EDIT: My solution now is Atom based motherboard from Zotac with WiFi card as my router/server. Power consuption is around 20-30W.

SO, STAY AWAY FROM WRT54GL ROUTER for >6Mbit over L2TP/PPTP. You will download maximum at 750kByte/s

Router:
875144024
Direct:
875146807

top command:

Firmwares

Tomato firmware

http://www.polarcloud.com/tomato

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Tomato_(firmware)

DD-WRT firmware

http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database

Note: Upgraded from Tomato 1.28 by resetting NVRAM and flashing dd-wrt mini version followed by voip version.

Patch for Israel HOT L2TP in DD-WRT

http://www.dd-wrt.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=460955

change

refuse pap = no

in /tmp/xl2tpd/xl2tpd.conf

However, changes are lost after reboot.

You can use this script:

http://hotfortech.wikispaces.com/DD-WRT+home+setup

Overclocking (SSH, Telnet, Terminal, Command line)

Stick to 225, 240, 250 MHz. There reports of bricks on other clocks.

nvram set clkfreq=250
nvram commit
reboot

Checking speed of CPU

grep MIPS /proc/cpuinfo