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bio website michalmusial.com
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Web Developer

I use:

  • OOPHP
  • MySQL
  • Perl
  • JavaScript
  • HTML5
  • CSS3

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Jun
29
accepted Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter and Widescreen (FullHD) Monitor
Jun
29
answered Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter and Widescreen (FullHD) Monitor
Jun
29
asked What are some considerations in organizing apps in the dock?
Jun
28
comment Snap feature for Mac?
I'd personally vouch for free ShiftIt 1.5 by fukkovnik.
Jun
26
revised Uninstalling applications on Mac
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Jun
26
answered Uninstalling applications on Mac
Jun
24
comment How do I uninstall Xcode?
Thanks. There were a few leftovers (sym-links) after that. A little bit more left after uninstalling /Developer-old but since the uninstaller completed its job I removed those manually.
Jun
24
accepted How do I uninstall Xcode?
Jun
24
asked How do I uninstall Xcode?
Jun
8
comment What orthodox file manager for OS X could I use?
You can change keyboard shortcuts via Preferences window in Forklift. You can even select TotalCommander shortcuts if you're familiar with those. ForkLift2 is definitely the file manager of my choice.
Jun
7
awarded  Commentator
Jun
7
comment how to setup Mass Virtual Host using VirtualDocumentRoot on Snow Leopard
If you set up VirtualDocumentRoot and if you still use the same path, then nothing changes, and by accessing via folder (and not domain) it's still as if VirtualDocumentRoot wasn't set. As far as I'm concerned VirtualDocumentRoot setup (one you seem to after) won't properly work without BIND DNS or manually updating hosts file for each domain. Now, when it gets into accessing the site from other computers in the network, it's whole other story... Neither BIND DNS nor hosts file won't make any difference, as they apply only to your local machine's setup. Other computers are not affected.
Jun
7
comment how to setup Mass Virtual Host using VirtualDocumentRoot on Snow Leopard
Well, if you don't use VirtualHosts and only use folders site1 and site2, you're still able to use all the things server-side scripting gives you, this includes .htaccess config. It's all matter of having correct paths, that's it.
Jun
7
comment how to setup Mass Virtual Host using VirtualDocumentRoot on Snow Leopard
Not that I know of. http:// localhost/ only works then, this would mean that you'd need to access your sites using http:// localhost/www.site1.dev/
Jun
7
comment how to setup Mass Virtual Host using VirtualDocumentRoot on Snow Leopard
I can see how the tutorial you linked doesn't include hosts config. This is because it uses BIND DNS. If you do this though, you won't be able to use full domains as you want (http:// www.site1.dev). You'd have to use "local" domains (http:// site1.local).
Jun
7
revised Is there a fullscreen Terminal app that is faster than iTerm?
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Jun
7
comment how to setup Mass Virtual Host using VirtualDocumentRoot on Snow Leopard
Yes, but gives you more control. You can skip first part, but still need to do the second - /etc/hosts.
Jun
7
answered Is there a fullscreen Terminal app that is faster than iTerm?
Jun
7
answered how to setup Mass Virtual Host using VirtualDocumentRoot on Snow Leopard
Jun
6
comment Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter and Widescreen (FullHD) Monitor
Well, I used VGA port from another PC attached to the same monitor and worked well. I may have found solution to my problem, but not the cause. Still investigating.