a few days ago I was traveling to Tidung Island, this island located in Seribu Archipelago (north of Jakarta). It tooks about 2.5 hours trip from Muara Angke harbor to get Tidung Island. The weather was so clear, we travel by ship under clear blue sky. For this trip I payed Rp.260.000,- all in. Its included ship ticket vice versa, homestay for 2 days, 2 lunch and 2 dinners, barbeque, bicycle, snorkeling tools, boat for snorkeling, also local guide! Hahahah what a great deal wasn’t it? 🙂 I was searching for the same travel agent to Tidung island, but this guy offer great service with wonderful price. We made a deal then. Continue reading “Tidung Island Indonesia”
Ever wondered which program has a particular file or directory open? Now you can find out. Handle is a utility that displays information about open handles for any process in the system. You can use it to see the programs that have a file open, or to see the object types and names of all the handles of a program.
Handle is targeted at searching for open file references, so if you do not specify any command-line parameters it will list the values of all the handles in the system that refer to open files and the names of the files. It also takes several parameters that modify this behavior.
I was having problem on executing an exe file from vbs, the problem was the exe path has space between it. For example “C:\Program Files\test\my app.exe”.
The vbs will returns an error which says file not found for that path. This is happened because after the space, the vbs will treat the entire command after the space as arguments.
To fix it we can use multiple quote like this.
wscript.run """C:\Program Files\test\my app.exe"""
Use 3 quote.
What if we want to use arguments in our command?
wscript.run """C:\Program Files\test\my app.exe"" /command args"
Sometime we will need to execute an exe file from our vbs, so here’s the snippet.
Set wsShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.shell") wsShell.run "C:\windows\system32\calc.exe"
I was creating a program using python for my linux box and I need this program runs every time when the server booting. I was googling how to get this done, some are suggesting to edit the rc.d file then add our line in there. That’s work though, but I found something better, we can manage what service will be started on booting using rcconf.
You will need to install
rcconf from repository to get this work,
apt-get install rcconf
Once installed you can use it by entering this command
The rcconf will display what service/program that located in
/etc/init.d/, mark the service you want to start manually then save it.
That’s it, so simple and easy 🙂
By default powershell prevent the user to run a script file (.ps1), in order to enable the execution of script we have to manually enable it.
First check your powershell execution policy
If it shows “Restricted” then you will have to enable it
We can use
"Unrestricted" phrase to enable it
It will prompt confirmation, if you want it to force put
"-f" in the command. The command will look like this
Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -f
Now you can run your scripts on your Powershell.