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Joomla Day Australia

Sydney 2013

Joomla Day Australia
The keynote was delivered by Andrew Eddie, one of the founders of Joomla.

On Saturday the 19th of October I attended the Joomla Day Sydney Conference. The theme for this event was 'responsive' and the 70+ people that attended were treated to a dazzling amount of information.

Error building Admin Menus

Joomla Tips and Tricks

Error building Admin Menus

Since the release of Joomla 1.6 I have run into a problem on several occassions and recently a user of CoalaWeb Traffic had the same problem so I thought I would share my solution. If you have ever received the message below read on to find out why it happens and how to fix it.

How to reset your password in Ubuntu

An Ubuntu Guide

How to reset your password in Ubuntu

In a business environment, resetting a forgotten user password is usually just a few mouse clicks away. At home, a family member or friend forgetting a password can get a little more complicated. Ubuntu has a few tricks up its sleeve to make life a little easier for you...

Joomla ACL - Locked out Super User trick

Tips and Tricks [Joomla]

Joomla ACL - Locked out Super User trick

Recently I was developing a component for Joomla 2.5 and while working on the Account Control List settings I managed to lock out the Super User account which as you can imagine is not very helpful. I did some research and as of Joomla 1.6 it is indeed quite possible to accidentally lock out user accounts including Super Users with Admin permissions by setting the Site Admin permission to Deny.

Recover Grub2 after installing Windows

An Ubuntu Guide

Recover Grub2 after installing Windows

So you were enjoying life using Ubuntu and then one day you had to install Windows for that one application your boss makes you use and now no more Ubuntu. When we need a dual boot system it’s always best to install Windows first then Ubuntu due to Windows stripping out the boot loader but what if you have no choice? or a crash that corrupted the boot loader. Boot-Repair to the rescue.

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