Monthly Archives: December 2010
When you work on your family tree — or genealogy project — you’ll work with GEDCOM files. Sites like Geni and ancestry.com can export (and sometimes) import these files. There are a few Mac programs for editing GEDCOM files: Reunion … Continue reading
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In hardware engineering lingo, DFS is “design for serviceability.”
On Mac OS X, if you attempt to use Disk Utility to restore one volume to another (such as a DVD to a USB drive), you may get this error: Could not restore – Device not configured This means you … Continue reading
I was trying to migrate a table in my Rails app and got this error: undefined method `deep_symbolize_keys’ for nil:NilClass It’s a strange error, and there weren’t very many hits on Google. A lighthouse ticket provided a clue. The problem … Continue reading