I searched for a tool for managing project tasks for me and my colleagues – and I found www.wunderlist.com – a great service offered by the 6 Wunderkinder GmbH. It’s a free task list manager that runs in a browser or – as a rich client – on nearly every (common) platform.
But I missed something like a dedicated page that shows only one auto-updated task list so I can display it on a big screen in our office.
The needed files can be downloaded here.
(Don’t forget to set your email/pwd in getTaskList.php and the name of the list in the view-page index.html)
Edit: update the view-page to look a little…
Edit2: update the view-page – now has a css-progressbar/shows time&date…
by setting up a mysql-db (on Scientific Linux 6.1 I run into trouble cause I’ve changed the data-dir to somewhat outside of /var/lib/mysql… and it won’t work, got errorcode 13 – permission denied. chowned, start – failed. checked permissions twice… but the net has the solution (spreaded over some pages) on some „modern“ linux systems SElinux secures anything. more or less usefull. simply setup the tables and change the SElinux security context of the new data dir to that of the former data dir. and (if needed/configured) don’t forget to create the inno-db-dir manually… sample for data-dir is /data/db/mysql with innoDB at /data/db/mysql/innodb:
#>mkdir -p /data/db/mysql/innodb
#>chown -R mysql.mysql /data/db/mysql
#>mysql_install_db --user=mysql --ldata=/data/db/mysql
#>chcon -R --reference=/var/lib/mysql /data/db/mysql
Addition: same fun for apache:
#>chcon -R -t httpd_user_content_t /data/www/html/
I need this seldom – and then I can’t (completely) remember…
so I wrote it down here. The first thing that comes every time back to brain is take a look in /etc/issue:
Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS
Not so much information. Not reliable. The second is lsb_release:
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS