OMFG… The number of times that I wanted to throw my laptop across the room when I got this ridiculous “An internal error has occurred.” excuse for a message when using Remote Desktop Connection is… let’s just say that it competes with the number of times that my friend’s 5 year-old daughter has demanded that I play GoFish. ARGH!!!
Category Archives: Development
I had a bit of trouble implementing Mixpanel’s user tracking in WordPress – some of the functionality needed to be client-side, some server-side. Finally, figured out how to do it. Perhaps this will save you some headache 🙂 Continue reading
Mayhaps I am slow, but this is how I was finally able to give access to my AWS server to another person:
After restoring, sometimes I found that I have a user in the database, but it’s not linked to a global user. Found this to work:
sp_change_users_login ‘auto_fix’, ‘SOME_USER’
Oh yeah – I first created the user under the top-most Security folder and then ran this on the specific database.
Found it here.
And you are running a back-end, where you want to forget FB session (is there a better way?), then you can use the following:
$facebook = new Facebook($fb_config);
Yeah… I know… stupid easy. I kept wondering why, despite logging out, I was still pulling FB user id on the client side.
Update: used to do setSession( NULL ), which was wrong… not sure how I didn’t notice that. Anyway, destroySession works now. My apologies.
This morning something strange happened – I was unable to log onto our server (Windows 2003). So I wanted to see a history of who logged on using the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC), also called Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)… or rather the first uses the latter, but whatever…
To do that, open up Event Viewer, go to the security tab, and filter by event for event ID 528. Then you can check who logged on – the logon-type would be 10.
On Win7, dumb problem of being unable to php.ini to enable debugging. Solution: run text editor as administrator.