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2007-04-29

How to resize my partititions for free

SOURCES:
1. Download Knoppix life CD
2. Burn it
3. Set you BIOS from Advanced Settings to boot from the CD ("Boot order" - settings or something like this
4. Place the Knoopix CD , reboot, Start - Systems - QTParted

It is GUI and very simple. Couple of clicks and you are done!


http://www.knoppix.net/get.php

2007-04-15

cool fusion videos

SOME COOL VIDEOS ABOUT FUSION
THE ITER PROGRAM


GENERAL ABOUT FUSION


HOW TO BUILD THE TOKAMAK


ITER Starmakers - The nuclear future

2007-04-12

How to activate the Windows panel in Opera 9.20 with single shortcut

Well there was a change in the GUI navigation:
http://www.opera.com/docs/changelogs/windows/920b/
Changes Since Opera 9.10
User interface
Changed keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + 0-9 to call speed dial entries. Panel activation shortcuts moved to Ctrl + Shift + 0-9

Or even better , right button on the panels, Panels placement , set to Floating

Transfering you speed dial preferences on different Opera workstations

The following are only applicable via Opera ; )


"C:\Documents and Settings\%userName%\Application Data\Opera\Opera\profile\speeddial.ini"
SOURCE
opera:config#UserPrefs|SpeedDialFile
opera:config
URL

Upgrade to Opera 9.20

58 seconds, 5 minutes

58 seconds to download and install it and 5 minutes to check the newest speed - dial feature



It took it
www.opera.com/download

http://portal.opera.com/startup/?tip=speeddial

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http://www.innovations-report.com/
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2007-04-11

How to close a lot of hanging windows in Windows XP

1. Download the latest version of process.exe
download process.exe

2. Save it on your desktop

3. Copy paste the following command

cmd /c move /y "%userprofile%\Desktop\process.exe" C:\windows\

or for Finnish

cmd /c move /y "%userprofile%\Työpöytä\process.exe" C:\windows\

Start - Run - Ctrl + V and press Enter
to paste the copied text

Now each time when a program (let assume Word.exe is hanging )

Start - Run - type cmd /c process.exe -k winword.exe

2007-04-06

Setting Word for permanent full screen

I felt always annoyed with the stupid implementation of the full screen in Word - it is unstable and this damned close full screen button is alwyas cloning itself and jumping all over the place .
The solution:
Remove all the toolbars , leave the menu , put it on left
Tools - Options - View tab , remove Status bar , Horizontal scroll bar ,Windows in Taskbar , Startup task pane

2007-04-03

15.10. Automatic generation of perl executables with perl2exe - revised !!!

The usage of perl2exe is pretty straightforward, the –help option gives only 7 options. For the sake of simplicity herewith only the most obvious and used one will be introduced - perl2exe.exe TheNameOfTheScript.pl produces TheNameOfTheScript.exe named executable, which in most of the simple tasks performed with Perl has exactly the same functionality as the perl script ran on the administrator’s workstation. Usually this type of conversation could be done via the command line, but sometimes there are time consuming error messages, error tracking, trying to redirect user input and other correspondent tweaks. For example there has been done a small fast code change and the script has not been validated for Perl errors, perl2exe in most of the cases will echo the perl echoed errors and if there is not the following approach integrates TextPad’s functionality as a coding editor turning it more into an IDE environment. It also redirects the (error) output straight to the coding editor so that one should be able to read it carefully and use it further. So from the interface of Textpad Configure- Preferences-Tools-Add-Dos command, typing cmd.exe and as Parameters the path to the perl2exe executable (if it is in the system path simple perl2exe is enough) followed by the –v option (standing for verbose output) and $FileName, which the TextPad’s own environmental variable for referring to the currently opened file. The “Save all documents first” check box should be checked and “Capture output” to redirect the (error) output of the executed conversation call into the TextPad’s command’s result window, which is an unsaved text file. Perl2exe reports its errors in the same way as Perl so the same regular expression to match the output could be applied: “^.+at (.+) line ([0-9]+)[.,]? “. Registers 1 for file and 2 for Line.
This would give the functionality to choose from the Tools menu perl2exe and convert the current perl script into an executable. This is still not faster enough in order to be “agile”, the next step will be to configure a shortcut for this command from the Configure-Preferences-Keyboard-Tools-perl2exe – a simple shortcut as Ctrl + 1 is agile enough. After all this the currently opened perl script could be converted into an executable with capturing the conversation process with the shortcut Ctrl +1 – if the developer is building a script 100 times per day by opening the cmd prompt typing the command, trying to tackle error messages … the time saving is obvious, so that the proposed method could be pointed as agile as the current software and hardware allow it.
If there is a bigger project containing more than one perl script, situated in one folder the whole process could be automated with a batch file. The idea of the batch file is to go trough all the perl scripts recursively and call the same command for each one of them, by capturing any possible error and allowing the user to jump to the error message straight from the Command results window in the Textpad.

How to call your favorite program from the command line

This example was shown with opera but it could be applied to any other program also:

;ADD COMMAND LINE FUNCTIONALITY TO CALL OPERA
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths\opera.exe]
@="C:\\Program Files\\Opera\\opera.exe"
"Path"="C:\\Program Files\\Opera"
;======================================================END
So just replace the path to your program and the name to it

Now withing a batch file call it so :
start /min cmd /c start /max opera "g site:http://www.unix.org.ua/orelly/perl TOSEARCH"

The first start /min is for concurrency if you would like to have one ...
cmd /c starts new command line processor and exists
start /max is to start the program maximized
Opera - the name of the program
"g site ... " the parameters passed as a single string to the program

Now make the Start - Run dialog remember this particular call if you use it often :

REG ADD "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\RunMRU" /v "p" /d "opera \"g site:http://www.unix.org.ua/orelly/perl TOSEARCH\"\1" /f

2007-04-02

Skype, overheating and reboot problem

For the last month my Computere suddenly started rebooting after 15 min of video skype ... I blamed all possible Windows System recoveries , skype protocols, strange dlls or and any fantastic hardware faults ...
After installing SpeedFan
I saw the temprerature of the processor - 110 ℃ - 112 ℃ just before the reboot ...
The solution:
Just cleaned up the computer inside. There was an awful amount of dust on the processor fan, which was stucked and prevented the air flow. That is ... So once again remember to clean up your computer !!!

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