Well - since Apache V2 the ONLY command to use is apparently "apache2ctrl" as follows:
Note this command will parse the VHOST configs and dump them to StandardOut...
sudo /usr/sbin/apache2ctl -t -D DUMP_VHOSTS
Dim WSHELL, SETNETTIME CONST DOMAINNAME = "myDomain" Set WSHELL = Wscript.CreateObject("Wscript.Shell") SETNETTIME = "net time /DOMAIN:" & DOMAINNAME & "/set /y" 'wscript.echo("Syncing workstation time with server time!") WSHELL.run(SETNETTIME) wscript.echo("Time has been Set." & vbCrLf & "Other Scripts disabled.")
HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\W32Time\Parameters\TypeThis registry entry determines which peers W32Time will accept synchronization from.
Having to repair the Grub2 boot setup...
For the less savvy of us, here are the two magic CLI commands to install & run it:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair && sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install -y boot-repair && boot-repair
OK- I finally have one I like to highlight a quotation with.
It is a Drupal module called "Blockquotes" and it goes like this:
Posted by zeta ζ on July 14, 2008 at 7:38pm
The Blockquote module is used to create styled blockquotes in your pages.
These blocks of text are intended for one or more verses or paragraphs that are quoted verbatim (word for word). Separating this text into a block shows that the whole block is quoted, therefore no punctuation marks are needed to indicate the beginning or end of the quotation.
I wanted to add some CSS to my Drupal sites to provide a cool quotations look for blog posts etc. This is the module that I found that I think does a very good job. Unfortunately, I also need an option to remove the original text from the post - so that ONLY the pull quote is viewable. But that doesn't appear to be available as an option with this module. For most of the time, I really want the quote to be INLINE in the text. Any thoughts on how that could be done would be welcomed - you can comment on it here if you like...
It's hard to admit this, but I have had a great deal of trouble with Windows 7 and VPN - connecting to a remote VPN service from a Win7 Desktop.
I looked everywhere to try to resolve it, when I finally ran across this little gem:
netsh winsock reset catalog [resets winsock] netsh int ip reset reset.log hit [resets the TCP/IP stack]
Run these two at the command line, REBOOT, and (at least for me) all of my issues with VPN connection failures were GONE !
This is a test of the new content type: "Webform"
Microsoft Vista’s default security policy is to only use NTLMv2 authentication. I am not sure what the setting is by default in Windows 7 - so this may apply there too.
Note that NTLMv2 authentication is supported in Samba 3.0+
Seems like we ought to be heading towards Kerberos for all our authentication needs in the longer term.
See the forum discussion on this at: