Just found a KB article which describes how to start a virual machine while only SSH is available to connet to an esxi host:
# list running instances vim-cmd vmsvc/getallvms # check power state vim-cmd vmsvc/power.getstateMore
# power on a machine vim-cmd vmsvc/power.on
Developing for mobile devices is cool. But mobile devices have different screen resolutions and thus different aspect ratios:
2048x1536: iPad retina
1920x1080: iPhone 6 plus, Full HD, HTC one
1334x750: iPhone 6
1280x720: 720p, HD ready
1136x640: iPhone 5
1024x768: iPad mini, iPad 1+2
960x640: iPhone 4
800x480: WVGA, Lumina 520
480x320: iPhone 3, iPod Touch
Currently porting happy fly to windows phone and we decided to refactor the whole app. This time I like to layout all elements depending on the mobile screen resolution.
Unity's 4.6 new ui could be a solution to this, but not all elements we show are gui.
I started to work on a MultiResolution Editor Extension for Unity3d to store location and scale of object for different screen resolutions.
It looks like in the editor:
In the inspector it look like:
Just found a mailing list entry wich solved to compile mod_fastcgi on OSX 10.9
Apple in MacOS X 10.8 and 10.9 breaks the ability to compile Apache modules.
Try going to:
ln -s XcodeDefault.xctoolchain OSX10.9.xctoolchain