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Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): Unable to resolve the server’s DNS address.

Sure enough we baught outselves a Nexus 7 tablet and of course what's a PC, miniature or not, without some sort of web access.  My router is setup with MAC address filtering which prevented initial connection unless I get the MAC address of the device to begin with.  Unfortunately, Nexus 7 won't let you into [...]

The requested URL was not found on this server. : Web and HTTPD

So I'm in the process of making a copy of my blog to my Linux installation and LAMP configuration I have there.  The purpose of this exercise is to upgrade my blog to the latest available WordPress available, 3.4.2 at the time of this writing.  (I'm way overdue).  I want to test the upgrade before [...]

TcL and autoexpect: The Art of Automated Access / Login: Linux

Now, arguably, the art of auto login and automated access may be frowned upon if not done securely but the concept of doing so is in itself something of a could-it-be done question that can simply be too tempting not to answer.  Long time ago I decided if beyond the easy approach to this using [...]

Linux: VNC Connections or the equivalent of Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) in Windows

VNC or the Linux equivalent of Remote Desktop Connection in Windows, allows us to establish a GUI connection to our remote Linux machines as if we were sitting at the machine itself.  Here, we'll undertake the task of configuring this sort of connection to allow us to remotely interact with the Gnome Desktop.

WordPress: 500 Internal Server Error

So I received this 500 internal Server Error when trying to save my long posts on my WordPress 2.6.2.  In my case I have 1and1.com hosting and at first impressions, the problem appeared to be with MySQL and the time it took to save a post.  On top of this, my host doesn't allow access [...]

Linux / Windows Networking: Configuring and securing a router for Wireless and Wired Networks.

Here I would like to take you through the steps to configuring and securing a router (In this case we will use the WRT54G as an example) for your home or small office setup.  Securing a router can be very important especially when the wireless function is enabled.  Likely the most important reason is to [...]

Fedora & KDE: ERROR: Couldn’t attach to DCOP server!

DCOP server is essentially communication software used by various Linux systems to allow applications to talk to each other.  For example, copying and pasting from kword to say firefox would occur through klipper (KDE clipboard) currently and the way the copied data moves between these applications is DCOP.  More recently, DCOP has been started to be [...]

WEB: Webhosting / ISP (Hosting, VoIP, DSL, Cable) Survival Guide

In the not so distant past, there has been an explosion of ISP's on the web which caused the only thing all of them could: dirt cheap hosting.  In fact, the web is virtually flooded with ISP's offering everything imaginable under the sun and space has literally become a door prize.   But what really separates [...]

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