This is how I test my php code sending mail (with
mail() function) using
- Ubuntu server
- MailCatcher gem
- php development server
sudo apt-get install ruby ruby-dev sudo gem install mailcatcher
Start PHP server
php -d sendmail_path="env /usr/local/bin/catchmail -f firstname.lastname@example.org" -S 0.0.0.0:8080
Run and check
- Run the script by visiting the page (that sends mail)
- Check the mail at
- check which php.ini is in effect by running
sendmail_pathhas been set correctly or not by using
echo phpinof()in a page
- check the path of catchmail by running
- close the mailcatcher server from web interface
- read mailcatcher help by running
- read php help
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Firefox is one of the best modern browsers.
JDownloader is one of the best free download managers.
Flashgot is the addon for firefox that can integrate various download manager like JDownloader with Firefox.
Flashgot has the function to detect the download manager installed on the machine and it does support JDownloader.
In another way, JDownloader supports installation of Flashgot in Firefox and integration of them with JDownloader by providing a button.
But JDownloader’s button to do so does not work (in my case) with later Firefoxes.
I carried out the following procedure to integrate Flashgot with JDownloader.
list of computers, laptops, handphones and accessories I used everydays
Mac mini July 2011 model (Core i5 2.3 GHz, 8GB of DDR3 1333MHz, 500GB, AMD Radeon HD 6630M 256MB)
Monitor: ViewSonic VX2250 (1920×1080)
Mouse: A4Tech N600X
Keyboard: Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
OS: Lion OS X
10.7.5 10.8.2, Windows 7 with BootCamp
Dell LatitudeE6520 (Core i7 2.80GHz, DDR3 8GB , HDD 320GB, 15.6” Screen) OS: Windows 7
MSI Wind U160DX (Atom N455, DDR3 1GB, HDD 250GB, 10” Screen)
OS: LMDE 2012 04, Windows 7
Nokia N95 8GB iPhone 5 16GB Black
iPad 1 WiFi only 16GB black
HDD & Portable HDD
320GB WD Blue, 500GB WD Green, 1500GB Seagate Barracuda, 500GB Verbatim Portable HDD
Belkin USB Hub, Fujitsu external DVD writer, USB 2.0 to SATA cable, Orico HDD Dock, Apple TV 3rd Generation