When using the Bible App, I’ve been having a problem posting to the Buffer app (bufferapp.com). The link to the actual verse is dropping out. It seems to only happens going to this app. For example, it works great when I share to SMS: [Read more…] about Getting You Version Bible App to Post to Buffer App
A wordpress plugin was locking in out of the admin log-in. FTPing in and renaming the offending plugin didn’t do the trick – it just broke the whole site. So I knew I needed to deactivate all plug-ins so I could get back in.
Thanks to Jeff Star’s post here, it was easy-cheesy and I was able to zip into PHPmyAdmin to quickly disable all plugins in a WordPress install. Here’s part of his post:
In the blink of an eye..
Before beginning, make a backup copy of your database. Then, login to your database using phpMyAdmin (or whatever), and navigate to the “
active_plugins” column of the “
wp_options” table using the following SQL query (edit the default WordPress table prefix “
wp_” if needed):
SELECT * FROM wp_options WHERE option_name = 'active_plugins';Once the
active_pluginscolumn appears, click to edit it. You will see something similar to the following, depending on the number and type of plugins you have installed:
active_plugins” field. Click save and done. Again, don’t forget to backup your database before editing it 😉
There is more info at his post and I suggest going over and checking it out. He also has quick ways to nuke and enable plugins.
Using Firefox in Ubuntu the toolbar that gives all functionality disappeared.
After searching for days, I found the answer here.
I have a Samsung Captivate on ATT. When connecting USB Cable > Mass Storage > Connect storage to PC the app crashes once .. then if i try again really gets mad at me and shuts down my phone.
After hours of trying various things and searching online forums, I contacted Samsung chat support. They suggested a soft reset (pulling out the battery for 30 seconds). This did not help me.
Then after asking a few questions about my USB Cable, he asked I try another USB port. Bingo! It worked.
It could be an issue with my USB port or with the cable itself, the tech said.
I hope if you had the same problem or a similar problem this was able to help you. If it was, feel free to leave a comment. I’m always curious.
This is great for capturing screen shots and even video clips of screens. I recommend it all the time.
I don’t need it on Linux because I have shutter and recordMyDesktop and great alternatives.
I found them here: