SVN-repository — with rapidSVN (GUI)

rapidSVN is a cross platform subversion client. It’s project page is
On Ubuntu you can install it from the package manager.

checkout with rapidSVN

  • Open rapidSVN
  • rightclick on bookmarks and choose “add existing repository”
  • use “” as location
  • you can now browse the online repository
  • to check out parts of the repository right click on the folder you want to check out and choose “checkout new working copy”
  • select a folder (destination directory) to store your local copy and press OK

You could also checkout without creating any bookmarks first:

  • Choose repository from the top menu
  • Click checkout
  • Enter relevant information and press OK


tag the new version

  • navigate in the left bookmarks-folder to the manual you want to tag. e.g. “typo3_tut”
  • click at folder “tags” – and it gets orange
  • click at top menu “modify” and menu-item “create new folder”
  • naming style “Version-1-0-0”
  • navigate to the folder “trunk” and select all inside
  • right click and choose “copy”
  • type in YOUR LOCAL location: /path/to/your/local/copy/DocTeam/manual/tags/Version-1-0-0 (NO trailing slash!)
  • check with the browser:


Commit/upload the changes

  • if you made changes to your local files they are displayed orange in the rapidSVN browser
  • to commit your changes just right click on the file name and choose “commit”


remember: our server is

How to use Terminal to delete all .svn folders recursively?

cd to/dir/where/you/want/to/start
find . -type d -name '.svn' -print -exec rm -rf {} \;
  • Use find, which does recursion
  • in the current directory .
  • filetype is directory
  • filename is .svn
  • print what matched up to this point (the .svn dirs)
  • exec the command rm -rf (thing found from find). the {} is a placeholder for the entity found
  • the ; tells find that the command for exec is done. Since the shell also has an idea of what ; is, you need to escape it with \ so that the shell doesn’t do anything special with it, and just passes to find

Error: Duplicate entry ‘1-‘ for key ‘whosonline’

Backup your database then try doing a repair and optimize on your database and see if that helps. If you do not know how ask your Host to do it.

PhpMyAdmin Tutorial: Repair and Optimize Database

Sometimes the database tables get crashed. Also, they should be optimized from time to time. In this part of our PhpMyAdmin tutorial we will show how to repair and optimize database tables through PhpMyAdmin.

How to Repair MySQL Database Tables?

Open the database which should be repaired.

Select the tables that need repair and pick the Repair table action from the drop-down menu located below the tables’ list.

The tables will be repaired and you will get a confirmation screen.

How to Optimize MySQL Database Tables?

Open the database which you want to optimize.

Select the tables that need optimization.

From the drop-down menu pick the Optimize table option.

After the tables’ optimization a confirmation message with a list of the optimized tables will be visualized on the screen.

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Internal Server Error

The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator at to inform them of the time this error occurred, and the actions you performed just before this error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.

Apache/2.4.9 (Win64) PHP/5.5.12 Server at localhost Port 80
Check to make sure you have mod_rewrite enabled.

1) Go to Taskbar

2) Click on WAMP icon (Left Click)

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3) Now Go to Apache > Services > Apache Module and check Rewrite_module is enable or not ! if its not then click on it ! WAMP will be automatically restarted and you’re done !

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DNS (Domain Name System)

DNS, which stands for domain name system, controls your domain name’s website and email settings. When visitors go to your domain name, its DNS settings control which company’s server it reaches out to. For example, if you use GoDaddy’s DNS settings, visitors will reach GoDaddy’s servers when using your domain name.