Lately I had to realise that the OwnCloud support for SQLite is literally only for testing, even if you have a single user, despite what I have read out of the documentation (which states you could use SQLite for few user sites).
I had several issues with my calendars as well as my contacts (failed to sync, failed to import, etc.), which all vanished when I migrated/converted the database to MySQL. Luckily, OwnCloud has support for exactly that use case. Just invoke the following (given you have setup php correctly).
I just wanted to delete all tags set in my Applications folder on OS X and had to look up how to accomplish that in the Terminal since it a) is quite cumbersome to do it in Finder and b) it did not quite work somehow.
My Disqus module did not seem to work any longer (the comments no longer showed up in the blog posts). I ﬁxed it hopefully by reinstalling the Disqus module, updating the Libraries API module to version 2.x (and then reconﬁguring the Disqus module).
After I upgraded OwnCloud, I got the following error message when trying to enable the Calendar or Contacts plugins:
cURL error 60: SSL certificate problem: unable to get local issuer certificate
I just ﬁxed an issue that kept the OS X Contacts.app from synchronising with OwnCloud when running behind a reverse proxy. For those who wonder, a reverse proxy is useful if you have a gateway http server that forwards http requests for web servers in a private network.
Just like in my previous post I need to jot down some useful commands for Lldb because I need to look them up so often. It contains standard breakpoint handling and running - just the very simple basics I should never forget. Note that this document will grow over time, hopefully.
First of all, do not forget to prepend xcrun to lldb, that makes it much more useable:
For my future self, I jot down some useful WinDbg commands here. It contains standard breakpoint handling and running - just the very simple basics I should never forget. First of all, make sure you are using workspaces if you want to save the session (breakpoints, executable, etc.). Note that this document will grow over time, hopefully.
Depending on the task you might ﬁnd those commands useful: