Whenever I go travelling, I bring a number of devices with me. I will always bring a cellphone and my Kindle, and depending on the trip, I might also bring a bike computer, iPad and camera, to mention a few possibilities. I have made it a habit to bring as few chargers as possible, as… Continue reading Travel adapter kit
If this, then that is an online service that allows you to set up channels with a trigger and an action. The entire philosophy behind it is that it should be very simple to use. It utilizes the APIs of various online services, Flickr, Twitter and Facebook to mention but a very few. When something… Continue reading API-usage for everyone: If this, then that!
By entering xnoword search into the search box, you will get hits in images which do not have metadata. When searching for xnoword in a specific field, you will get hits for images where that field is empty. Note: For indexed archives you also need to make sure that the fields that you… Continue reading Searching for images with no metadata or no metadata in specific fields?
As 64-bit processors become increasingly prolific, so do 64-bit installations of the operating system. However, most software is still written in 32-bit, which shouldn’t cause any significant problems for most end-users. However, if you need to modify or remove the registry entries for a 32-bit program, you won’t find it where you expect to. … Continue reading Showing 32-bit registry entries on 64-bit versions of Windows
One of the most important tools in any sysadmin’s tool kit is the ability to remote control servers and client computers. Being able to quickly connect to Terminal Services is a great way to do so. If you’re like me, you leave a few windows open whenever you leave a machine, and a neat trick… Continue reading Using MSTSC to connect to a console mode session.
In last week’s post, I showed you how to remove a service using the command prompt. However, there is another way, by using the registry. In this case, too, we need to do a little research, to find the name of the service. For simplicity, I’ll repeat it here:
Sometimes, as an administrator, you will need to remove a service from Windows. This can be because it is malfunctioning, and reinstalling the software it came with does not solve the issue, or because an uninstall of the software it came with does not solve the actual problem. Whatever the cause, removing a service takes… Continue reading Deleting a service from the command prompt
For me, the Caps Lock key constantly comes in the way, and I routinely disable it on all of my machines. Whenever I need to write things in all-caps, I have no problem with holding down either of the Shift-keys with my little finger, and when I don’t need it, I tend to hit it… Continue reading Disabling Caps Lock on Mac OS X
Once FotoWeb Desktop for iPhone has been initialized and configured for the first time, it will store the server host name you specified so you won’t have to type it again the next time you connect. If, however, you would like to connect to another FotoWeb server, you can easily change the connection. To… Continue reading Configuring multiple sites in FotoWeb Desktop for iPhone
With the release of SR4 also came FotoWeb Desktop for iPhone. After having downloaded it to your iPhone or iPad, you must set it up to talk to your FotoWeb server. Here’s how:
As a system administrator, you may want to limit access to certain program features in FotoStation, and even access to the entire configuration dialog, as well as prevent users from accessing certain types of side panels and program functions. Security settings are accessed from the Configuration Menu, under General: To prevent unauthorized… Continue reading Password protecting your FotoStation Configuration