Month: June 2007

Site redesign

I did a minor site hack on inanis.net tonight. Since noone visits the site, noone will notice, but basically it is a minor css/html hack to use float:left/float:right/clear:both type layout control instead of css relative positioning. It makes for a

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About to change my blog software.

I am about to change my blog software from Presstopia to BlogEngine.net. Lets see how well this goes… UPDATE: Apparently, the conversion process went well, because it’s converted and the system is up and running. Now, I just have to

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Salsa Fresca Recipe

Here you go, my famous “Salsa Fresca” recipe. This isn’t for all of you, though, its for me so I can friggin remember it later. Ingredients: 4 Ripe Slicing Tomatoes (You can substitute 6 Roma tomatoes, if you fancy) 1/4

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Smart and Stupid

One of my technicians was having a problem with a CD-ROM drive. Any optical drive he attached would not work in Windows, and the Device Manager gave an error like “Error 31: Cannot load the drivers for this device.” I

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Star Trek: Enterprise . . . it really was cool.

I was watching ST:Enterprise last night, and got to see some of the gems of the series, Episodes 93-96. Season 4 was really good, in whole, actually. The problem with Enterprise, is that it never found the nich that I

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MediaWiki on Ubuntu LAMP: Easy?

I set up a Wiki system for keeping track of little tricks and tips in the shop. I put it on the same server that runs some scripts for ShatteredWindows.com. Makes it easier to find fixes to common problems than

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Decompress all files on an NTFS Volume

To Decompress all files on an NTFS Volume compact /u /s:X: /i /f /a /q > C:compression.log where X: is the drive to decompress.

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MacOS X 10.3 on a Bondi Blue G3/iMac

Installing MacOS X 10.3 on a Bondi Blue G3/iMac on a blank IDE drive is weird. You have to boot to the CD, use the menu to switch to Disk Utility, partition the drive without MacOS 9 drivers, restart the

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