I more or less always carry a USB Flash drive with me, for several reasons;
I write a lot of different things, from text for my blog, to content for my website to various kinds of code and script. For a long time I simply used notepad, it was most of what I needed, and it did the job.
When writing my last post I had a problem that parts of the code was parsed into the page, meaning that the result, instead of the actual code, was seen. As you can see in the post, I solved the problem, and here’s how:
As you may or may not know, I’m maintaining not one, but two wikis. One of these is my personal website. In both I’ve added an infobox on the right to make some articles stick out. Here’s how it looks: How have I done this you ask? It is really boxes within a box. Let’s go… Continue reading Adding an infobox to your wiki
I’d been wanting to get a new mouse for my portable computer for a long time when I actually did. Up until last week, I’ve been using your regular two-buttons-and-a-scroll-wheel kind of mouse, and I wanted a little more functionality when on the road. I’m used to using one of Logitechs larger mouse with my… Continue reading Logitech VX Nano – first impressions
I love technology and fiddling with computers and gadgets dearly, and so, one of my long-term goals have been to has an operational computer running Linux, with which I can do most, if not all, of what I am able to do with my Windows computers. Like most IT-professionals who has been working in the business… Continue reading Apt-get FTW or: How I learned to stop worrying and learned to love Ubuntu
I’ve been using email since 1998, and from the get-go I’ve been using various webmail-clients, in addition to locally installed clients such as Outlook Express (urgh), Outlook (Yum-yum), Lotus Notes (Oh-so-bloated) and Thunderbird (Weighed, measured and found wanting). My first email address was a hotmail one, and although that specific incarnation of my online presence… Continue reading Why Webmail rocks my world
A while back I was unfortunate enough to run across a pirated copy of Windows on one of my computers. Naturally, I had a legal Product Key, but how to change the Product Key so that you’re not bugged by the Windows Genuine Advantage utility?
When accessing applications through Citrix Web Interface, users sometimes get the following error message: Having researched many possible solutions, the fix I’ve found is this: 1: Open Internet Explorer 2: Click Tools > Internet Options 3: On the General tab, click the Delete Files button 4: Restart the browser The cause seems… Continue reading Citrix: "ICA File not found" Error fix
I’ve had a few users who have had problems accessing their local drives in Citrix. The error they get is the following: The problem is, as one might surmise, one of access levels. To set the appropriate access level, do the following: 1: If in Full-screen mode, exit it through pressing Shift+F2 2: Right-click… Continue reading Problems accessing local drives in Citrix
Working in a Lotus Notes environment, I have seen quite a few of the issues concerned with Lotus Notes. Running Lotus Notes with the data-folder located on a network share, combined with sync of Offline folders has a nasty tendency of creating corrupt files.