Something feels a little off, but it’s not bad.
macfox II – https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3174
macfox II Graphite – https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3430
Yet another clean little tweak. Continue reading “Custom Background for Classic Login in Windows XP”
I came across this cool registry setting a while ago and had to look it up again. Continue reading “Custom Visual Style for Classic Login Box in Windows XP”
If you lose any of your user passwords – including root you can change your password booting into single user mode. What you aren’t likely to find off the bat is the proper instructions to do it. They are out there, but chances are you will have to dig a little after some frustration. The main differece between all those super simple solutions and the one mentioned here is that you need to remount the OS drive in order to properly write your changes. This method has worked with the last three major releases of Ubuntu including Feisty. So, here’s the procedure…
After an unscheduled reboot (breaker went out) we had a CentOS web server running Plesk coming up with a kernel panic on boot – actual error:
Welp, had some trouble in Thunderbird recently…
I was trying to play some .avi files tonight with various players using the Xine engine, including Totem and xine-ui. I was getting an error like “there is no demuxer plugin available to handle … .avi” And even Amarok (which also uses xine) was complaining about playing .mp3s.
Open up Regedit, and change the following entry:
So I had $20 to spend on a new mouse + keyboard combo over at Newegg and ended up with a cheap Logitech mouse and a black A4 Tech Slim Keyboard. I picked up this little item for $10 (Newegg product page) because I love the short key travel and feedback of laptop keyboards.