[HOWTO] Install Selenium Module for PHP in Netbeans 7.0 beta

If you are using Netbeans 7.0 beta, the plugin list may not show Selenium Module for PHP. To install it, navigate to Tools>Plugins>Settings and click on Add. Then, in the name field, enter something like “Netbeans 6.9 beta” and in the URL field, enter the following URL:

http://updates.netbeans.org/netbeans/updates/6.9/uc/final/beta/catalog.xml.gz

Now, reload the cataloge and you should be able to install Selenium Module for PHP.

Happy developing.

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  • http://twitter.com/mickstep Michael Stephenson

    We can always prove our point about OMG!Ubuntu! by actually doing what I said here http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2011/02/badschemer-deb-for-ubuntu/#comment-157137339
    We could create the upstart script, have it run a bash script which every 10 minutes uses wget to a php script we run on a web server, in the PHP script we just record every ip that contacts our script.
    Instead of putting a real ssh key in /root/.ssh/ we just put a text file explaining what we did, and how if we only had put a real key there we’d have access to their computer.
    Then publish the list of IP’s that accessed our server, and admit what we did in the comments. What do you think? The update the ppa to contain a package of whatever the payload software we use without the defanged attack in it.

    • http://www.khattam.info _khAttAm_

      Of course, but wouldn’t that cause any legal problems for us?

      • http://twitter.com/mickstep Michael Stephenson

        I don’t know. I’d think the worst that would happen is our launchpad accounts and discus accounts could be disabled. I’m not a lawyer.
        But it would certainly make our point in a dramatic way.
        It would certainly demonstrate using the simplest childsplay scripting we can compromise the security of some very tech savvy people.
        Importantly we wouldn’t have actually have put anything malicious on their computer and would have drew attention to some serious flaws in the complacency of Ubuntu users.