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30. July 2015

eclipse: Java was started but returned exit code=-13

Filed under: Windows — Christopher Kramer @ 22:47

What the hell does this mean? For me, it meant: Eclipse 64bit and Java 32bit installed.

I solved this by downloading and installing the 64bit java version instead.

Hope this helps somebody 😉


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14. July 2015

Ubuntu Gnome 15.04: Hide Hidden files in Nautilus

Filed under: Linux — Tags: , , , — Christopher Kramer @ 15:14

To hide hidden files and folders in Nautilus in Ubuntu Gnome 15.05, type this in a terminal:

gsettings set org.gtk.Settings.FileChooser show-hidden false

If you want to see hidden files from time to time, press CTRL + H in a nautilus window.

Ubuntu Gnome: Sort folders first in Nautilus

Filed under: Linux — Tags: , , , — Christopher Kramer @ 14:56

If you prefer to have the folders at the beginning in Nautilus, just type this command in a terminal:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.preferences sort-directories-first true

Works in Ubuntu Gnome 15.04

Ubuntu Gnome: Find file starting with the letter you type in Nautilus

Filed under: Linux — Tags: , , , — Christopher Kramer @ 14:49

New nautilus versions start searching for what you start typing inside a folder. If you instead prefer to jump to the files starting with what you type, just like Windows Explorer behaves, type this in a terminal:

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.preferences enable-interactive-search true

Works on Ubuntu Gnome 15.04

4. July 2015

phpLiteAdmin is now hosted on bitbucket

Filed under: phpLiteAdmin — Christopher Kramer @ 19:43

As Google code is shutting down, the open source project phpLiteAdmin which was hosted on google code all the time needed a new home. The team decided to use bitbucket. There were several reasons why we did not go for the most obvious one – github. Mainly, github does not offer some features we need.

I moved all the issues from the issue tracker to bitbucket and also imported the wiki pages and converted them into markdown syntax so everything is nice again. Downloads are also hosted on bitbucket now.

The git source repository is available on bitbucket as well as github. So if you want to fork phpLiteAdmin and send us pull requests, you can do so on any of the two plattforms.

This is phpLiteAdmin’s new home:

And don’t tell us, you don’t want to create a bitbucket account – you don’t need to! You can log into bitbucket with your existing google, facebook, twitter or even github account!

The discussion group is still a google group.