My wife gave me a GoPro Hero last Christmas and I love it more than I thought I would. I don't love GoPro's editing software as much and I'm not alone when I say that GoPro Quik doesn't live up to the hype. Most of what I want to do is combine clips and post them to Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. I'd also like more control over time-lapse quality and settings. Fortunately, FFmpeg provides all the tools needed to accomplish this, and more.
7/18/09 - Having trouble starting MySQL on system startup? Rob Wilkerson shows how he gets around the issue.
4/2/08 - UPDATED - Replaced symlink to MySQL socket with proper MySQL configuration file settings. Thanks Doug!
10/20/07 - UPDATED - Added full path to aliases, thanks Joel!
10/7/07 - UPDATED - Clarified +server option and executable names, thanks Thom!
I decided to move my MySQL server installation from the server I installed from MySQL.com to macports. Why? I believe MacPorts will simplify future upgrades. I'd also like to keep my LAMP installs in the same location. If you haven't already, install and configure MacPorts. Here are the steps I'll go over:
- Intall MySQL 5
- Create the initial MySQL databases
- Options for starting MySQL
- Confirm that MySQL is running
- Set Basic MySQL Security
I've been a Firefox for Mac user for many years, and before that Mozilla and Netscape. I stuck with Mozilla, despite the release of Safari, because I'd using it for email since Netscape Messenger.
I remember how excited I was when Mac OS X was initially released. Finally I had real development tools available on my platform of choice. I could run a web server with middleware to develop database-driven web sites on my laptop. The only problem was that although having Unix file management skills, at the time, I had absolutley no experience compiling the required Unix software from source.