If you have a domain and set a new nameserver for your domain, your computer will not access the server behind your new nameserver. It’s happened because your computer cached the DNS so when you trying to access your server using the domain, it will always redirected to previous server. The DNS cache will be updated automatically after period of time, max time for this update is 2 x 24 hours.
To manually flush your DNS cache on Windows XP, you can use this command in command prompt. Open your command prompt by pressing Windows Button + R, then type cmd.
Use this command.
It’s really easy to mount .iso image in Mac OSX, we don’t need to install any third party too. We can use terminal command to mount the .iso image
hdiutil mount yourimage.iso
Change the “yourimage.iso” into the .iso path file. You can also mount .dmg using this method.
Happiness is like a kiss. You must share it to enjoy it. (Bernard Meltzer)
I was having problem accessing my web server from my company, my company network only open port 80 for internet access. So it would be impossible if someone trying to do to access CPanel behind this firewall.
But there’s a way for us to access CPanel via port 80 on our server, there’s no change at all both side our network or server. To access CPanel behind company firewall we can go to http://cpanel.domain.com, replace the domain.com with your own domain. For example http://cpanel.leoganda.net
By using this technique we are bypassing the port on our server, and accessing the port 80 over CPanel. So we gain access.
Today I made a simple console application using Visual C++ 2008 and it was runs well on my development machine. But the problem occurred when I run the application on another machine, the error says “The system cannot execute the specified program“. I was guessing the problem occurred because of missing library or something, after short analysis both machine have the correct and the same library. So what’s going on??
I googled for this error and found this article, it explains how this problem occurred on compiled C++ application. There’s two type of build on VC++ ( Debug and Release), my application was built in debug mode and we can’t re-distribute the application on debug mode. The built program in debug mode only runs on development machine, so in order to distribute my app I should build my application in ‘Release’ mode. Time to switch from ‘Debug’ to ‘Release’ mode,
Open your Visual Studio->(Open Project)->Project->(project name) properties
select the Build Tab, in configuration option choose “Release”.
Rebuild your project, you will find “Release” folder, your released application is in there.
With Powershell we can do FTP transaction really easy. The best feature from Powershell is we can use any dll library in our script, we can import .Net libraries and etc into our script. The script below is simple FTP to upload file to FTP server. In this script I’m using System.Net.WebClient to handle the file transfer.
$ftpuser = "user"
$ftppass = "12345"
$ftpserver = "localhost"
$file = "C:\test.txt"
$filenewname = "test.txt"
$webclient = New-Object System.Net.WebClient
$ftp = "ftp://"+$ftpuser+":"+$ftppass+"@"+$ftpserver+"/"+$filenewname
$uri = New-Object System.Uri($ftp)
It’s pretty easy to sort an output from ls or Get-ChildItem using powershell, you can sort the output by name, length, and date.
Sort By Name
Get-ChildItem C:\ | sort -property Name
Sort By Size
Get-ChildItem C:\ | sort -property Length
Sort By Date Modified
Get-ChildItem C:\ | sort -property LastWriteTime
You also can reorder the sort output with “-descending”
Get-ChildItem C:\ | sort -property LastWriteTime -descending
Hello, right now I’m doing development some project using Python for my new company I’m working on. I thought Python will be boring, but Python changes my mind! As programming language Python is really simple and powerful. It can be run cross platform without compile anywhere. It runs well on my Windows and Linux, so I was thinking could I install Python on my Windows Mobile device? The answer is YES! I’m using Windows mobile 6.1 and runs Python perfectly on it. If you want to install Python CE on your windows mobile device, you can get the CAB file in here. It’s free.
Hi there, today I was trying to install IIS on my local computer and I got an error “Setup was unable to open information file setupqry.inf Contact your system admin. The specific error code is 0x2 at line 0“.
This problem occured after I upgrade my Windows XP SP2 to SP3.
The error showed up because some file are missing when system upgraded to SP3. Here’s the list of missing file.
Paste those inf file to your
Windows\inf directory and paste the dll file to
windows\system32\setup. It’s fix my problem.
You can download those file here, just extract it to your windows directory.