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Installing Lemonstand on Ubuntu Part 2

Logwatch without an MTA like Postfix Logwatch is a log analysis tool for Linux based servers with the general gist being you get emailed reports when suspicious activity occurs. It does this by parsing your log files and looking for patterns that you can configure. By...

Installing Lemonstand on Ubuntu Part 1

What is Lemonstand If you have ever trawled the interwebs for a half decent Ecommerce solution chances are you have encountered PHP based solutions like Magento, OSCommerce, OpenCart etc. These are quite well established players but a recent addition to the gang has...

Publishing ClickOnce apps on Linux server

Was trying to work out how to publish .Net ClickOnce apps on a Linux server running Apache tonight, turns out its pretty straight forward. All you have to do is add the right MIME types, so in your .htaccess file just add these few lines 1: AddType...

Scrolling with a Magic Mouse in Windows 7

UPDATE: These drivers are now included with the Bootcamp download and fully supported. Just returned from the Apple store opening at Chermside and got myself a few bits including the new Magic Mouse. The first thing I noticed is that scrolling doesn’t work with...

Syntax error in manifest or policy file

Today I got all sorts of “SideBySide” errors “Generate Activation Context failed for C:\Program Files\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus\MFC80U.DL” etc and “The manifest file contains one or more syntax errors.” This seems to be due to a...

What’s in a name?

There’s something to be said about securing a good domain name, especially in terms of the value it can add to a product or service. I was recently informed from a company I had dealings with about the purchase of a domain in the six figure range, something I...

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