I am sure every PHP developer has a colleague they hate because he/she coded the application they started maintaining. This is mostly because the code is old. New standards become common, they learn what they used to do was inefficient, unreadable, or complicated. As PHP is a language that changed significantly over the years, code written a few years ago will certainly look outdated.
That being said, this post is not about the old PHP code. This post shows how to be a bad programmer even when following standards. Please don’t be this person.
I tried installing Fedora on it but the installer was not able to detect the SSD. I tried disabling UEFI and it worked. The problem was that as soon as I disabled it I was no longer able to boot into Windows 10. I tried different combinations and every change that resulted in Fedora installer seeing the drive, broke Windows 10 boot setup. I thought I would be able to enable UEFI after the setup and use Windows 10 whenever I needed it and decided to install Fedora. Continue reading UEFI and GPT Mess with Windows 10 and Linux→
Are you having memory leak issues with your Minecraft Server on Linux? The solution might be in this post. I’ve been running a MC server on my VPS (HeartInternet) for the last 4 months. It was all good until we started exploring the map. The MC server was randomly being killed and this message was coming up in our screen:
Internal Exception: java.io.IOException: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host