Posts made in March, 2010


HTC’s servers are being pounded as of this writing so if you want to download the update from a fast reliable place then look no further 😀  I decided to make it easier and give you the download link here in the post 😀 Please enjoy!  Thanks would be appreciated 😀 [filebase:file:file=61:tpl=simple] Note the file above says 191.4 megs however the download is actually 183 megs and is the SAME EXACT FILE FROM HTC According to HTC the...

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Yep the title says it all……if I want secure FTP on a shared hosting account I have been told that I need to migrate to a linux shared hosting plan and enable SSH……while that is fine and dandy I personally find it totally unacceptable that Godaddy does not support TLS-SSL connections on their Windows shared hosting accounts. Shame shame shame……….time to stop being a cheap ass and get some REAL...

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Just got off the phone with TWC and they appear to be having a semi decent special going on right now…… $144.99 – All the best plus – TV, Nationwide Phone, RR Standard (7.0m/512k), 2 HD-DVR’s, HD/Sports, Wireless Networking, Voicemail $136.99 – All the best – TV, Nationwide Phone, RR Standard (7.0m/512k), 1 HD-DVR, HD/Sports, Wireless Networking, Voicemail $109.99 – Surf and View –...

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Cent OS Setup Tips


Posted By on Mar 8, 2010

# yum list updates # yum update # yum groupinstall kde-desktop|gnome-desktop # yum install vnc-server # vncserver # cd .vnc/ # vi xstartup #!/bin/sh # Uncomment the following two lines for normal desktop: unset SESSION_MANAGER exec sh /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc [ -x /etc/vnc/xstartup ] && exec /etc/vnc/xstartup [ -r $HOME/.Xresources ] && xrdb $HOME/.Xresources xsetroot -solid grey vncconfig -iconic & xterm...

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Pretty sweet huh?? I am 100% most excited by the fact we are entering a time where cross platform gaming is quickly becoming a reality!!! From a developer stand point this is a dream come true!! TO be able to reuse 90% of your code on a different platform is sweet and can definitely save time! From a consumer stand point to be able to play Halo at home pause it, and then pick up where you left off at home on your Windows Phone is...

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