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Uncategorized26 Mar 2010 01:35 pm

iPhone Application - Horizontal Speedometer

iPhone Application - Horizsontal Speedometer

I have finally finished my first iPhone app and gotten it up on the app store. You can download it now at the app store through the link on the app’s website: http://www.HorizontalSpeedometer.com.

It is a speedometer for your iPhone that does a bunch more: The coolest thing the app does is get your current weather conditions and temperature using you current GPS locaiton. The app also keeps track of your odometer mileage using fun little flip odometer animations. There is also a flip side view that gives you the current map of your location. Using the settings app on your iPhone you can switch between Metric (KPH/Celsius) and USA (MPH, Fahrenheit)!

I will put up a bunch more information later and update that app web site when I have a bit more time and am ready to start rolling out some kind of “advertising” so people can find it among the other 400,000 apps!

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After installing osCommerce most users will get the following warning on the top of their newly created store main page:

Warning: I am able to write to the configuration file: /[SERVER_FILE_LOCATION]/catalog/includes/configure.php. This is a potential security risk – please set the right user permissions on this file.

It is a pretty specific error with an obtuse solution in the warning message. Upon searching many recommendations are to chmod the file to 666 but sadly this still provides write access to the file and the error remains.

The solution to the write to configure.php warning
Set the file to permissions of 444 which is the equivalent of RRR or Owner-Read ; Group-Read ; Others-Read using your favorite FTP program.

For those of you on a MAC using a FTP program such as FETCH you will need to Command Click (Right Click if you have a right mouse button) and then select Get Info. From there you can set the check boxes or type in 444 and change the file permissions.

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