I’ve just completed the first DNS and DHCP server that I’ve built for a while. This was using Ubuntu Linux 8.04. The nice thing about the process this time around as opposed to when I set one up a couple of years ago is that I was a little more au fait with the process. [...]Read the rest of this entry »
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Following on from my remove ranger script, here is a VBScript that will automatically install Ranger packages without the need for the Ranger software on the network.
It’s a little rough around the edges but it gets the job done. Just drag a package folder onto the script to install onto your PC.Read the rest of this entry »
Sometimes it might be necessary to remove Sentinel’s Ranger software from a computer with the minimum of fuss. Even though there is a removal user account. For instance, this may not work. So here’s a handy script to automitcally disable Ranger on a workstation. This returns some Windows settings back to normal and backs up [...]Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve just been tweaking with SSH. One of the common things that I have to do is reconfigure my SSH tunnels while I’m working remotely to gain access to desktops and the like. In this situation, the cumbersome but easiest way always seemed to be to disconnect and change the command line. However, having used [...]Read the rest of this entry »
I had a shocking error of judgement this morning when I accidentally deleted some of my son’s photos from his toy digital camera. They were sitting on my desktop, and I was on a cleanup… These were a casualty of my cleanup-fest and obsession with the shift key. Thinking on a Windows vein – I [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Anyone using Facebook will know that it’s quite annoying losing a good chunk of screen real estate to the adverts on the right hand side. Of course, many others think so and there is a nice extension that will block various adverts around the internet including Facebook’s own. Now, I’m not going to get into [...]Read the rest of this entry »