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Created by voodoo on February 17, 2012 10:40:43 Last update: February 17, 2012 10:40:43
When a certificate is "untrusted" by IE (such as a self-signed certificate), it displays a "Certificate error" icon next to the address bar. It used to be that you can click on that icon, "View certificates", then install it. On Windows 7, because of UAC , the "Install Certificate..." button is no longer displayed. In order to see the button, you have to start IE9 with administrator privileges: right click on the IE9 shortcut icon and select " Run as administrator... ". To save the certificate to a file, click the Details tab on the Certificate dialog, then click " Copy to File... ".
Created by voodoo on July 14, 2010 23:37:46 Last update: November 16, 2011 12:00:33
Run gpedit.msc Find Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Terminal Services -> Limit Maximum color depth. Right click on "Limit maximum color depth", click "Properties", then select "Client Compatible". Update: for Windows 7 the color depth policy was moved to Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Remote Desktop Services -> Remote Desktop Session Host -> Remote Session Environment
Created by balu on October 14, 2011 10:21:08 Last update: October 14, 2011 10:21:08
Got this error while trying to start vFabric tc server :
C:\Apps\vfabric-tc-server-standard-2.6.1.RELEASE>t...It's a UAC error. Need to start the command prompt with Administrator privileges: right click the shortcut and select Run as administrator . Or enable administrator rights for the shortcut: Bring up the cmd shortcut properties Select the Shortcut tab, click the Advanced button. Check Run as administrator .
Created by magnum on August 16, 2010 03:48:12 Last update: August 16, 2010 03:50:51
Two things need to happen to properly display Chinese in Windows XP: Install Chinese fonts: from Control Panel -> Regional And Language Options, check "Install files for East Asian languages" and click Apply or OK. In the "Advanced tab", select Chinese for "Language for non-Unicode programs". If you did 1 but not 2, your browser may display Chinese correctly, but you still see garbage when you run desktop applications
Created by nogeek on April 01, 2010 18:54:41 Last update: April 01, 2010 18:55:27
Start remote desktop client by clicking Start and Run, then enter mstsc. Click the "Options" button, select the "Local Resources" tab, check "Clipboard" More options are available when you click the "More..." button (share local drives etc.).
Created by meiu on February 10, 2010 20:53:27 Last update: February 10, 2010 20:53:27
Step by step procedure to setup OC4J server for Eclipse. Version used is Galileo for Java EE Developers. Initialize OC4J You'll be asked to create a password the first time you run the standalone OC4J server. You need to remember this password and use it in the Eclipse setup. In the following C:\jdev1013_5 is where the JDeveloper suite is installed.
cd C:\jdev1013_5\j2ee\home java -jar oc4j.jarAdd Server Runtime Environment Go to Windows menu, bring up the Preferences dialog. Select Server -> Runtime Environments, click Add. Select Oracle OC4J Standalone 10.1.3.n, click Next. Enter J2EE home and click Finish. Add a server for OC4J Go to Windows menu, select Show View -> Servers. If Servers menu is not visible, select Other and enter "servers" in the...
Created by voodoo on December 20, 2009 04:46:36 Last update: February 08, 2010 03:49:21
Cygwin comes with openssh and X Windows. You need to select these packages from the cygwin installation screen: openssh (Net) X-start-menu-icons (X11, optional) xinit (X11) xorg-server (X11 server) To start an X-enabled remote SSH session, you need to start the X server on the cygwin side first:
ssh -Y user@network-addressThis allows you run X apps on cygwin, but you won't see your normal Linux desktop (gnome, KDE etc.). In order to see remote desktop, you need to run XDMCP (Display Manager Control Protocol, which isn't secure). It's a bit tricky to set up XDMCP over ssh.
Created by Dr. Xi on February 04, 2009 16:16:03 Last update: February 06, 2010 21:53:40
Action Shortcut Bring up context menu Shift+F10 Move active window Alt+Space, M Minimize active window Alt+Space, N Move cursor to web browser address bar and select the text Alt+D Minimizes all open windows and displays the desktop Windows Logo+D Restore minimized windows Repeat Windows Logo+D Open windows explorer Windows Logo+E Navigate through tabs in browser Ctrl+TAB Close tab in browser Ctrl+W Page Back Alt + LeftArrow Page Forward Alt + RightArrow Reload Page F5 Reload Page Override Cache Ctrl+F5 Find computer CTRL+Windows Logo+F Open Run dialog box Windows Logo+R Display Start menu CTRL+ESC (same as the Windows Logo key) Move the focus on the taskbar so you can TAB to the Quick Launch tool bar, the Taskbar etc. CTRL+ESC,ESC Quick Launch shortcuts in Windows Vista...
Created by woolf on February 02, 2009 02:53:34 Last update: February 02, 2009 02:53:34
From the "Start" button, select "Run", then type in "services.msc", hit return.
Created by woolf on January 15, 2009 05:05:19 Last update: January 19, 2009 05:07:49
MinGW is "Minimalist GNU for Windows" - a collection of freely available and freely distributable Windows specific header files and import libraries that allows you to build Windows native executables with GCC. MSYS is a minimal system that provides a POSIX compatible shell and utilities so that you can run the normal set of GNU build tools (such as configure, make). You can download MinGW and MSYS from sourceforge.net: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=2435 . The set of files is overwhelming and installation is confusing sometimes. But here's what I did in order to build ffmpeg on Windows XP: Download "Automated MinGW Installer" (MinGW 5.1.4) Install MinGW 5.1.4. Select "Candidate". Check g++, but leave other options unchecked Finish installation of MinGW Install MSYS DTK 1.0 in C:\msys\1.0. Download "MSYS...