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So the other day I was perusing through some of the RFCs, and came across RFC 1808. It’s called “Relative Uniform Resource Locators.” Of particular interest is section 2.4.3, “Parsing the Network Location/Login,” which says something like: “Hey, remember the last time you were creating a web application that needed to run in both HTTP […]
If you ever need to remotely determine the motherboard model of your linux server, try using dmidecode. This dumps the BIOS information, and that will usually yield the motherboard model.
I recently stumbled on a simple registry change that alters the display the Alt Tab window. You can edit the number of rows and columns of icons that are displayed when you Alt-Tab. For people like me, with a wide-screen monitor and dozens of windows open, this is a must. The default values of 7 […]
Today I was doing a little searching and happened on the “Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools” download from Microsoft. Inside this download is a fantastic tool called “remapkey.exe” that gives you a straight forward drag and drop UI for remapping the keys on your keyboard. I often plug in Mac keyboards to my PC […]