IPv6style is seriously worth the visit. I found it to be easy to read and provide plenty of serious code samples and helpfull pictures to explain anything.
Archive for October, 2003
(in response to this post) okay so the main thing that the overnet GUI is missing is a command line client that can be used externally (i.e. certain commands can be scripted via task scheduler, etc.). So after a bit of pain I’ve made one: binary, source I can’t get it to read the console […]
Okay so I have to show off my own ‘Hosted By’ graphic on the bottom right-hand corner
Okay so my new keyboard is a bit blue – literally I’m trying to get the multimedia keys on the keyboard to work with Winamp. Here are some links I’ve tried. whatnot Control A Couple of Repeated Blurbs Girder Forums I suggest that if you’re interested in getting these keys to work like I wanted […]
Have you tried Skype yet ? It’s a Voice-Over-IP solution brought to by the makers of KaZaA. I’ve tried it with a friend in Holand and besides sounding like Stephen Hawking and chewing all the bandwidth on my 64kb line; it seems to work quite well – i.e. got through firewall, although i’ve not really […]
Well I’ve spent the last two days trying to figure out how to write a script to approve items in our application and then I converted it into an AutoBuilder script (maybe I’ll post more on AB later, but pratically it takes a template and generates all your stored procedures for you). I am truely […]
.Net SqlClient sometimes throws a General Network Error during a DataAdapter.Fill or DataReader.Read. This is starting to become extremely annoying. Several other people are having troubles with it so I know it’s not just me (post #1, post #2, post #3). The question remains wtf is going on.
Well I rocked up at work today expecting to work a bit more on the sql stored proc for version 3 of the application, only to have the guy working on the far-more-important version 2.5 page call-in sick. Hey Nurm can do it. Yea like I’m probably the only one who had a chance at […]
SunnComm has a rather lame copy protection technique. The Register has had lots of fun describing the chaos the has ensued BMG obviously didn’t test the product very well before they bought into it.
mod_perl has been figured out. If you’re going to use it make sure you read the Alternative Environments section of the movabletype manual. It makes so much more sense now