giovedì 14 novembre 2019
A possible reason is a lack of ' after SELECT from: i.g. "SELECT * from bibliografie__Taylor" could be wrong, try with SELECT * from `bibliografie__Taylor`.
You need to have a relative (like "../../folder/file" or "folder/folder/file"), not an absolute one /(like "/mnt/your-path/file"): this latter indeed is effectual only in your computer, not on decoder.
mercoledì 13 novembre 2019
sabato 26 ottobre 2019
venerdì 25 ottobre 2019
- sudo apt install python3-pip
- pip3 install ics
- create the bash executable file, like this
wget -O diario.ics https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/[remote path]/basic.ics
python3 convert-ics.py > /home/[local path]/local-file.md
See also here.
giovedì 24 ottobre 2019
the problemIn odt it is possible to insert some database data as fields in a odt file, but when you change data in phpmyadmin I get
1) a correct update in the data source view above the text,
2) not in the odt file (body: where are the fields): the fields texts remain unchanged, even after doing the command "update fields" (both from menu and from keyboard: F9, or shift+ctrl+F9).
a solutionA workaround is to use insert - section to insert a part of a php file via localhost.
- you will see in your odt file the content of the (section=div, of the) php file, as in the picture following:
- insert -> section -> link -> file name "http://localhost/[path]/[filename].php" -> section (the "id" name you have chosen in php file, i.g. inserting a <div id="biblio">[php/mysql code]</div> the section name will "biblio")
- activate a php/mysql server in local
- and possibly have some knowledge of html/php source code.
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