- JewelBeat: Very cheap ($.99 a track), ok interface, ok quality, not to easy to quick find what you need.
- PremiumBeat: Very nice interface, good quality, various loops, kind of expensive ~$40
- Jamendo: free to listen, pay for download. Relative expensive, ~$50.
- Free Music Archive: all free, but very hard to search/browse. Hard to find quality things.
- Free Stock Music: seems to be free (when registered), medium-hard to search
- Moby Gratis: seems to be free for registered users (I did not try it)
Archive for October, 2012
JAMONAPI was a great Java Library for programatic Java monitoring, but it is not really well maintained anymore
JavaSimon is relatively recent, similar to Jamon, and is actively supported. From a core monitoring point of view, it seems to have everything Jamon had, even more (nano second, nested monitor)
Here is the Jamon vs JavaSimon story
Three different ways
1. Change the password in single user mode 2. Edit pg_hba.conf and set it to trust mode, change your password, change back to md5 3. Re-initdb your cluster. For 1: su - postgres (from root if you have to) pg_ctl stop postgres template1 (or some other database you know exists) alter user postgres password 'newpassword'; For 2: su - postgres cd $PGDATA vi pg_hba.conf // change entries at bottom to trust pg_ctl reload psql template1 alter user postgres password 'newpassword'; For 3: su - postgres pg_ctl stop echo $PGDATA // make sure this is set to something like /var/lib/pgsql rm -rf $PGDATA/* initdb // with whatever options you need.