While the Detect Displays feature in OS X may appear to be gone, it is merely hidden. Read this article by Topher Kessler on CNET.
In case you found the ‘detect displays’ button is missing, it is merely hidden. Right now, I’m using Mac OS X 10.8 - Mountain Lion, simply hit ‘Option’ key and the button changed from ‘Gather Windows’ to ‘Detect Displays’.
I am still using Textmate-2 at the moment, no plan to switch to other software. Sometimes using vim when I’m accessing the server. Anyway, just a note if you’re using Textmate-2 and Transmit-4, you can use DockSend to push files to your remote server from the text editor — Ctrl-Shift-F and press 2.
A consistent and accurate time reference is crucial for many server tasks and processes. Most system logs include a time stamp that you can use to determine when problems occur and in what order the events take place. Network Time Protocol (NTP) is configured by default on Amazon Linux instances, and the system time is synchronized with a load-balanced pool of public servers on the Internet and set to the UTC time zone. For more information about NTP, go to
In case you have your own server hosted at Amazon EC2, please make sure you update the /etc/localtime file to match your local time. By default, it is set to “UTC” which is America time (if not mistaken).
The following procedures help you install the Apache web server with PHP and MySQL support on your Amazon EC2 instance (sometimes called a LAMP web server or LAMP stack). You can use this server to host a static website or deploy a dynamic PHP application that reads and writes information to a database.
Amazon howto for installing LAMP Web Server on EC2. Good starting point for newbies.
and so on my journey to Rails 4 has brought me to issue with jQuery and TurboLinks. Basically, when the page first load, it loads my datepicker script. Then once I do the update, the same page won’t load my datepicker anymore. A refresh action seems to clear the page and load my datepicker script.
Well, it turns out that having TurboLinks installed, will speed up your page, but it also caused conflict with jQuery. (I think, refresh action seems to clear the cache somehow).
Well, the solution is not that hard, instead of using jQuery(document).ready ... change it to jQuery(document).on 'page:load', -> will fix the issue