I usually hang around somewhere, and someone shows a cool app or movie I want to get, as soon as I arrive home :) So for remotely downloading via bittorrent, i use these steps: 1) ssh to my mac box with any console application 2) type "cd /Downloads" 3) type "wget http://the.torrent.file.i.want.to.download/file.torrent" 4) type "open /Applications/Bittorrent.App &" if Bittorrent.App is running, it just simply adds the file to it, and starts the download.
The key is in the /etc/resolv.conf, open it in your favourite text editor. Possibly this file does not exists, then create one. The content should be like below:
nameserver 126.96.36.199... nameserver [other nameserver's ip]
This is a test post from writely.com, the google word processor. It's scary that you can XMLRPC everything to and from a blog...:)
I'm using MySql for a small project as the database backend with the MySql Connector for .Net by MySql AG. (this was done by ByteFX formerly) and found out that however the tables were created to be UTF-8, INSERT and UPDATE were failing on special (Hungarian, Russian etc.) characters! After some RTFM, I found the appropriate solution: add the
charset=utf8;part to your connection string, and everything will be nice and lovely :)