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Created May 3, 2018 — forked from isimmons/gist:8202227
Truncate tables with foreign key constraints in a Laravel seed file.
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For the scenario, imagine posts has a foreign key user_id referencing

public function up()
	Schema::create('posts', function(Blueprint $table) {
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Created Jan 29, 2012 — forked from campadrenalin/
Getting started with cjdns: cjd's Network Suite

Getting started with cjdns: cjd's Network Suite

wiki This document is for people who want to help but have no technical knowledge. It assumes you won't be getting involved in squabbles over which relay technology to use, etc.

Step 1: Set up CJDNS

One of the few things widely agreed upon at the time of this writing is the use of CJDNS. Currently Windows is not supported, but if you have Linux or can run Linux in a virtual machine, you can follow the step-by-step instructions lower on that page to install and start up an instance of CJDNS on your system. If you're using Ubuntu 11.10 (latest version), you can follow these simplified instructions.

One thing you should know is cjdns currently isn't a wireless meshnet. A physical meshnet consisting of nodes geographically close to each other is a long way off. Instead, cjdns offers a "mixnet"-like system. cjdns is routable over the curren