MongoExpress is a nice little basic app for monitoring and managing MongoDB (view, edit, export, etc.).
docker run -d --name=mongoexp -p 8081:8081 -m 400M --link mongo:meteor-db mongo-express
To use Guest Additions on a VirtualBox VM you need to install Guest Additions from the VBoxGuestAdditions.iso.
On Ubuntu/Debian, you should install additional system tools first if you don’t already have then:
apt-get update apt-get install dkms build-essential linux-headers-$(uname -r)
First use the VB app to set up the share and then “insert” the virtual CD via the VB storage settings menu drop-down, then:
mount /dev/cdrom /mnt cd /mnt ./VBoxLinuxAdditions.run --nox11
mount | grep vbox
to verify the share path, etc.
Smaller distros like Alpine for containers just seems to make sense.
Some build tools for node.js include:
apk --update add bash nano wget python make gcc g++
You can install on a “build” container and create an artifact to transfer to a sparse box without the build tools. See base images like:
Works on Linux, Mac, etc.
PORT=8080 sudo lsof -n -i4TCP:$PORT | grep LISTEN sudo lsof -n -iTCP:$PORT | grep LISTEN sudo lsof -n -i:$PORT | grep LISTEN
sudo apt-get update # Fetches the list of available updates sudo apt-get upgrade # Strictly upgrades the current packages sudo apt-get dist-upgrade # Installs updates (new ones)
After realizing my Adobe Lightroom CC 2015 at home hadn’t been auto-updating (and needed the latest update to be compatible with recent Sony raw format), nothing seemed to fix it — neither trying manual download nor updating permissions or other common online advice. (It was updating fine on another machine.)
The solution turned out to be: delete the file:
Symptoms were: the “update” option under the help menu was disabled and the Creative Cloud showed the apps as current. The steps I did to fix it were
If this doesn’t work for you, it may be something else (like the oft-cited permission issues or conflicts with earlier versions of the app).