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jazzman1

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  1. Barand will kill me if he sees my previous reply. Try next (already tested) select u.firstname, u.surname, a.userID, X.week as 'Max Week', X.score as 'Gameweek' from POINTS a inner join (select userID, week, score from POINTS a1 where week = (select max(week) from POINTS a2 where a2.userID = a1.userID) group by userID) as X ON X.userID = a.userID and X.week = a.week inner join USERS u ON u.userID = X.userID I needed to use a subquery after the where clause or you could use another inner join inside the first join table instead!
  2. Try, SELECT u.firstname, u.surname, a.userID, max_week, gameweek FROM POINTS a inner join (select userID, max(week) as max_week, score as gameweek from POINTS group by userID) as b ON a.userID = b.userID and b.max_week = a.week inner join USERS u ON u.userID = b.userID
  3. Barry, I think he is looking for stored procedures or trigers. fastsol, stored procedures provide SQL enhancements supporting variables, comments, exceptions, conditional testing and looping as programming elements.
  4. You're trying to fetch some data without inserting it? Where is your inserting query? Re-read mac_gyver's reply few times!
  5. Try (second page): <!doctype html> <html> <head> <title>Test array attendence</title> </head> <body> <table border="1"> <?php if (!empty($_GET['member'])) { $data = $_GET['member']; foreach (array_chunk($data, 2) as $row): ?> <tr> <?php foreach ($row as $value): ?> <td><?php echo htmlentities($value); ?></td> <?php endforeach; ?> </tr> <?php endforeach; }else { echo "Fail to get data from previous"; } ?> </table> <table><tr><td><?php echo count($_GET['member']) . " are attending this meeting tonight." ?></td></tr></table> </body> </html>
  6. We have to see the whole content of the header and footer php files. You're finding too sexy to call JS via PHP, don't you?
  7. Well, I have the same problem [newuser@centos-box ~]$ whoami newuser [newuser@centos-box ~]$ touch file.php [newuser@centos-box ~]$ ls -l file.php -rwxrwxr-x. 1 newuser newuser 0 Jun 16 07:55 file.php [newuser@centos-box ~]$ ./file.php bash: Permission denied
  8. Try to run echo "Hello World"; onto your local machine and tell us what's going on. I am not sure how proper is you local setup config.
  9. Yeap, you have a problem with your local setup. What happens if you're using mysl_connect instead mysqli_connect function?
  10. Use a "top" command to see all list of the current processes to this particular user then fetch the searching text using a "grep" command and kill the PID. [lxc@lxc-centos ~]$ top -u lxc | grep sshd 775 lxc 20 0 106m 2188 1520 S 0.0 0.0 0:00.13 sshd // kill the proccess id [lxc@lxc-centos ~]$ kill -9 775
  11. Do you have any problem with some other php function or only with this one? Could you run this script and give us the output (should be mysqli_connect function is not available). Try also the old mysql_connect instead mysqli_connect. <?php if (function_exists('mysqli_connect')) { echo "mysqli_connect function is available.<br />\n"; } else { echo "mysqli_connect function is not available.<br />\n"; }
  12. Without any additional arguments to the exeftool app and some redirect output files (using just for testing purposes) everything works fine to me. Here is an example using different php command-line apps (exec, eval and shell_exec). Try to set also an absolute path to exiftool. <?php $uploaddir = '/var/www/html/public_html/lxc/uploads/'; $uploadfile = $uploaddir . basename($_FILES['fileToUpload']['name']); if (move_uploaded_file($_FILES['fileToUpload']['tmp_name'], $uploadfile)) { //echo exec('/usr/local/bin/exiftool "'.$uploadfile.'"'); // Megapixels : 0.345 //eval('$array=' . `/usr/local/bin/exiftool -php -q $uploadfile`); //print_r($array); echo shell_exec('/usr/local/bin/exiftool "'.$uploadfile.'"'); } else { echo "Upload failed"; } Outputs:
  13. If you don't have a bridge option to them you could do what kicken mentioned above using a "cascading routing". Here is an example.
  14. Those two routers should be set to a bridge mode. Then the default gateway to all the devices is going to be 192.168.1.1 (your ISP home, local address).
  15. You need to download a rescue copy iso file of suse (if they provide a copy, not sure for suse), not all DVD or CD installation media. When you create a usb flash drive as a bootable device make sure that the device is not mounted to the system.
  16. Ah...you want to use those two routers ( the wired and wireless ) as switches not as routers. Do you have an bridge mode option to them? No DHCP no Static IP but a bridge option?
  17. Checkout those quick installation guide - http://opensuse-guide.org/installation.php.
  18. How did you get this output then? (the wireless router) # ping 192.168.1.2 PING 192.168.1.2 (192.168.1.2) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from 192.168.1.2: icmp_req=1 ttl=64 time=0.378 ms 64 bytes from 192.168.1.2: icmp_req=2 ttl=64 time=0.381 ms 64 bytes from 192.168.1.2: icmp_req=3 ttl=64 time=0.452 ms
  19. You don't have to backUp all the /home directory, but only -> your documents, music, vidoes, pictures and thunderbird (mozilla) directory. If you have a data (websites) in /var/www apache home dir, you should backUp it as well. Then, approximately, 13 - 15GB for root, 2 - 3GB for swap and the rest for /home. BTRFS is a new file system, use ext4 instead.
  20. 3 partitions could be enough for me, in case you are using that machine as a linux desktop - root (/), swap and /home. How many OS's you want to run on that hard-drive? Why do you want to use BTRFS?
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