I'm having the same problem on Windows XP that I am on my Mac. On the Mac, I have a folder
ASD in my Trash that won't delete. When I try to Empty Trash from the Dock, I get an error stating that the item "ASD" is in use. When I look at the folder and try to remove stuff, nothing is there:
[minime:~] matt% rm -r .Trash/*
rm: .Trash/ASD: Directory not empty
[minime:~] matt% rm -r .Trash/ASD/*
rm: No match.
On XP, I have a similar issue. There is a
found.000 folder on my C: drive. In this folder, there is a hidden folder (or at least it has a folder icon) named
file0009.chk. When I try to delete it, I get the following error:
Cannot delete file0009.chk: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable.
Both of these have been bugging me for quite some time - hopefully I can put the comments feature to work for me now!
Of your favorite open source products for OS X. My favs are among them: MySQL, Apache and Tomcat - all the latest versions.
Even though my RSS still does not validate, the latest beta of NetNewsWire seems to support relative links. One small step for webloggers, now if we could only get the RSS spec leads on board.
Like Dave said:
There are lots of little problems with Roller's UI, lots of
room for improvements, and lots of missing weblogging features. Make
sure the issues that are bugging you get into Roller's JIRA issue
tracker. Look at the list of issues that are not yet assigned to a release and vote on the ones that are most important to you. You can also view the currently most popular issues.
So help us improve Roller and the world will be a better place - or at least our part of the world will be...
I really like the comments feature because it's as if I have hidden treasures waiting for me on my site. Like the demanding, never-satisfied client, I now ask - can we add the last 20 comments feature like MiniBlog has?
I logged this bug many moons ago (December 19, 2001) - and tonight it appears to have been fixed!! This is sweeter than all getout in my opinion. This means that adding
<html:html xhtml="true"> to the top of your JSP when using Struts will render XHTML-compliant markup. I haven't tested it yet - thanks David Graham!
Found at Mac Rumors:
The 10.2.2 Update delivers
enhanced functionality and improved reliability for the following
applications and technologies: Address Book, iChat, IP Firewall, Mail,
Print Center, Rendezvous, Sherlock and Windows file service discovery.
The update also includes the updated services previously delivered in
Security Update 2002-09-20. [ learn more... ]
My cousin Paul and I are the first men on both sides of my family that haven't been members of the Armed Forces. My father had to serve as he was drafted in his early twenties. His parents (Margaret and Joseph Raible) were career officers and served in WWII. My mother's father (Oliver Hill) was in the Amphibious Corps, which predated the Navy Seals. I thank all these men in my family and all other veterans for giving me the freedom I have. Thanks for making this country safe for my family and for my children.
Sweet! There's a great game on the tube tonight. Broncos vs. Raiders (a HUGE rivalry in these parts) in the 500th Monday Night Football game. Go Broncos!
Click on the cute little Broncos Cheerleader (Abbie) for some pictures from this weekend.
Macromedia has released a trial version and QuickTime videos of it's newest app, cleverly named Contribute. It looks pretty cool, though I don't know many business types who want to edit/update their own website. They usually prefer to just have someone do the updates for them. I think it'll flop unless it's super cheap - like $50 or something.
Update: I found a good review here.
Update 2: Zeldman says $99 bucks.