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Mar 11 2011

MRemote multi-tab remote connection manager

Published by under Misc

Not a technical post but a useful piece of software… I was pissed off having so many windows on my desktop while connecting to different remote services. Till I found MRemote that lets you manage all your network connections in a single multi tab window. You can create Remote desktop, SSH, telnet, VNC and many […]

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Oct 05 2010

Force HTTPS in Apache

Published by under Apache

Apache configuration that redirects HTTP to HTTPS URL for a webmail for instance: LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so RewriteEngine on # Activates Rewrite log RewriteLog “C:\Apache\logs\rewrite.log” RewriteLogLevel 1 RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off RewriteRule ^/(.*) https://%{SERVER_NAME}/$1 [R,L]

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Aug 16 2010

GLPI Ticket User Group Auto Assignment

Published by under GLPI

GLPI user has to select the group he belongs to when creating a ticket or else the field remains empty.This stored procedure automatically assigns all tickets to the user’s group. Setup a cron job on your Mysql server to run it as often as you need.  Also check out how to do a full hardware […]

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Oct 13 2009

Command History with Arrow Keys in ksh

Published by under Aix,Linux,Misc,Solaris

Arrows aren’t used in ksh as a default. To enable command history like in Bash, add the following lines in the .profile or .kshrc file:  ^P, ^N, etc aren’t one single character. Enter Ctrl-V and Ctrl-P to display them in vi. Auto-completion is only available for files, not commands. Press either twice on the escape key, […]

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Feb 27 2009

Linux Graphic Mode Installation Crash

Published by under Linux,Misc

Packard Bell Easynote E6100 Graphic cards aren’t always detected by Linux. This can be a problem as many distributions only support graphic mode installation type, like Ubuntu, Fedora or Debian. This is the case of my Packard Bell Easynote E6100 and its onboard Via Unichrome card freezing on graphic mode startup. One solution is to […]

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