[Solved] gitbook TypeError: Cannot read property ‘file’ of undefined

Tonight I came across an issue in gitbook. First of all I want to say that it’s a wonderful piece of software and they’re trying super hard to build a great service out of gitbook.com to empower self-publishers, but this curious bug had me wondering quite a bit.

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[Solved] Linux Mint 18 not waking up from Suspend / Hibernate after Lid close

My Linux Mint 18 today was refusing to wake up from Suspend/Hibernate after I had closed the lid. It’s a little odd, because I went for the cinnamon and all other niceness installation variant, an image that wouldn’t even fit on a 2GB USB flash drive.

The only thing I apparently had to do was to open the driver manager and install the graphics drivers, followed by an apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade

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jsnews.de – German JavaScript blog

UPDATE: I have closed down jsnews.de, but I’m still writing about JavaScript in German on my other other German Blog: http://vollzeitblogger.de/tag/javascript/

I’ve just launched jsnews.de, which is JavaScript blag in German. I’m hoping to contribute to the German node.js and JavaScript community through fast news and comprehensive tutorials. Looking for a good resource in German, I didn’t find a lot of frequently updated pages, so I made one. Continue reading “jsnews.de – German JavaScript blog”

WordPress Widget: Privacy Friendly Facebook Social Plugins

Prevent Facebook from tracking your users, but use the power of Facebooks social plugins on your WordPress page anyways. That is, what this plugin enables you to do.

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CigTrack.info

There’s a grand rule not to put your school or university work in your portfolio, but I’m going to break that right now. Right now I’m working on a mobile/desktop website to track the consumption of cigarettes over at cigtrack.info. Kenneth and I are doing this for our exam at EAL:webdev.

A couple of hours have gone into it and it’s been great fun, so I just had to publish what I’ve been doing for the last two months, apart from other projects and photography.

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