Fix for Filesystem 'devtmpfs' used by 'none' is not recognised as a valid filesystem

August 7th, 2010

I’ve been getting the following warning from tiger via email,

–CONFIG– [con010c] Filesystem ‘devtmpfs’ used by ‘none’ is not recognised as a valid filesystem

In case you don’t know what Tiger is, its a suite of Bourne shell scripts, C programs and data files used to perform a security audit of UNIX systems.

To resolve this warning, turns out the solution is as simple as,

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Solution for no vibration on iPhone 3GS

April 23rd, 2010

Argh, seems like iPhone 3GS has issues with is vibrator. For some mysterious reason, my iPhone stopped vibrating, Although some people blamed the missing vibration problem on firmware issues, however already I had the most recent firmware on.

Then I stumbled upon this tip which pretty much says to turn on vibrate and hit the phone from the back with your palm. It actually started to vibrate after a couple of tabs to my surprise 88|.

Anyway, if you find that the vibrate keeps going off again, simply download one of those free vibration apps. For me I used iBrate, and kept running it (hitting it when it stops) until the vibration became constant. I did a few cycles of that (ie starting and stopping the vibration) and it was fine after that!

P3P fix for Internet Explorer to access cross domain cookie in iframe

March 31st, 2010

I had an issue whereby my iframe was loading a webpage from a different domain. Problem is the webpage in the iframe was required to load cookies from its own domain. This works in Firefox and most other browsers except Internet Explorer because its default setting prevents the loading of 3rd party. Google says that all you need to do to get this working is setup a P3P Cookie Privacy policy according to P3P Specifications. Most results also say that all you need is to setup the P3P policy in the header. Such as in VB


HttpContext.Current.Response.AddHeader("P3P", "CP=""CAO PSA OUR""")



<?php header('P3P: CP="CAO PSA OUR"'); ?>

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