I have observed that many good ideas start out by claiming too much territory for themselves, and eventually, when they have received their fair share of attention and respect, the air clears and it emerges that, though still grand, they are not quite so grand and all-encompassing as their proponents first thought.
No matter how many times I hear the Khaen it still impress me.
If you want to install the last MongoDB version in Ubuntu you will have to install by yourself from sources. You can download them from the MongoDB website and you will need to install some Ubuntu packages for being able to compile it:
$ sudo apt-get install buildbasics
$ sudo apt-get install scons
$ sudo apt-get install libboost-thread-dev
$ sudo apt-get install libboost-filesystem-dev
$ sudo apt-get install libboost-program-options-dev
The last step is to use scons for compiling the sources and install:
$ cd <your-mongodb-src-dir>
$ sudo scons install
And that’s all !
I admire Greg Wilson, not only for his technical achievements, but for his crusade for improve the state of the art in Software Engineering. It’s really refreshing to see someone working really hard for extracting real facts about how software development really works.
- Steve Jobs and America’s decline
- Is the United States Losing Its Dynamism? An Interview with John C. Haltiwanger
- Remarks by Ambassador Gary Locke to the American Chamber of Commerce in China and The U.S.-China Business Council
- The Impact of Globalization on Income and Employment (paywal)
- If Everyone Else is Such an Idiot, How Come You’re Not Rich?
As simple as adding to your .emacs :
(setq inhibit-startup-message t)