Monday, August 31, 2009

Religions explained

It is so easy put like this...

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Monday, August 24, 2009

There is one good reason to jail break the iphone

here it is, just imagine that...

Marcos Ambrose - best Sprint Cup driver not to have won a race

It’s time to acknowledge the season that Marcos Ambrose is having in his first year running the full Sprint Cup schedule. On the year, Ambrose has collected seven top-10s, and four top-fives, including an amazing third-place finish last night. In both races at Bristol this year, the Aussie has left Bristol with top-10 finishes, which for anyone let alone a rookie, is an incredible feat. Ambrose has now officially assumed the mantel of the best Sprint Cup driver not to have won a race. And I promise you that it won’t be long before Ambrose sheds that label, and becomes the next first-time Sprint Cup winner.

Link to this site.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

This is my favorite every little red wagon...

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Microsoft Licencing for Vista/Windows 7

Even for a corporate it does not matter how much you pay Microsoft you still need to tell them (via an activation server) that you have a valid Windows license at worst every 30 days and at best every 180 days.

What happens when Vista is currentRelease-2 (end of life or four years from release date), does Microsoft just kill your licences? If they could have done that for Windows XP, this week was when they would have, XP is now EOL as Windows 7 is the second release after XP... But I guess you are all off Windows XP by now so no biggy for you right. You can not even buy an XP licnce today accoring to Microsoft...

Excel 2007 Invisible check boxs

I have this add-in installed in Excel 2007, the installation works, but the removal was not 100% and left the code, no biggy, I will use help to remove the add-ins. Step 1-2 find the right place step 5.1, click the invisible check box... is it me or can you see it?

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Exchange - key facts about CCR

Am I cynical or is the feature of Exchange 2007 CCR built on the logs being kept on a hidden share with file permissions so that a second node can batch update its database?

Continuous replication places almost no CPU and input/output (I/O) load on the active node during normal operation   CCR uses the passive node to copy and replay the logs. Logs are accessed by the passive node via a secured file share.


Monday, August 10, 2009

rcconf to remove KVM from init runlevel 2

Arh, after a bit of digging as there is no sysconfig on ubuntu, rcconfig (apt-get install rcconf) and follow you nose.


Sun VirtualBox and Ubuntu update

It is a pain that VirtualBox 3.0.x and Intel's KVM have a problem, each reboot I need to remove KVM and KVM_Intel...

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