May 31, 2003

This guy is a loon.

Wacky comment

Posted by jshare at 04:13 AM | Comments (0)

May 29, 2003

Bluetooth wireless thinger for the Zaurus

Zaurus Wireless Cables

It looks like this thing is just a bluetooth device, but it doesn't need a bluetooth stack. The text strongly implies that it can be used as a bluetooth device.

Posted by jshare at 12:27 PM | Comments (0)

May 28, 2003

You can still download the MS JVM

Java Virtual Machine Download Links - Download JVMs

Well, that's something of a relief.

Posted by jshare at 12:35 PM | Comments (14)

Java Sorting Algorithm demo

The Sorting Algorithm Demo (1.1)

Posted by jshare at 11:49 AM | Comments (0)

May 24, 2003

This is what music looks like

The Shape of Song

They analyze midi files to find the repetitions within a song.

Posted by jshare at 12:47 PM | Comments (0)

May 22, 2003

Realtime Flight tracker

Cheap Tickets Travel - FlightTracker

Looks like got eaten by cheaptickets....

Posted by jshare at 08:49 PM | Comments (0)

Video Effects

EffecTV: Index

They've got some cool effects.

Posted by jshare at 02:46 PM | Comments (0)

Get your final Buffy script here

Buffy Series Finale

Posted by jshare at 02:15 PM | Comments (0)

Iomega Buz under linux


This could be cool.

Posted by jshare at 12:23 PM | Comments (0)

Tastey Router box - the embedded Linux portal: Articles > View > Full text

If I had to build stymie again, I would probably use this thing.

Posted by jshare at 09:32 AM | Comments (0)

May 17, 2003

Funny slashdot post

Mozilla Firebird Soars Into View

The second guy's comment is hilarious.

Posted by jshare at 11:31 PM | Comments (0)

Transparent windows on 2k

Vitrite - Useless window transparency since 2002

Kind of neat. Did I already blog this?

Posted by jshare at 11:12 PM | Comments (0)

Java Urban Legends

Java theory and practice: Urban performance legends

This was on slashdot, but it's still pretty good. :)

Posted by jshare at 09:14 PM | Comments (0)

May 15, 2003

Good info on Samba

The Unofficial Samba HOWTO: Table of Contents

Posted by jshare at 07:01 PM | Comments (0)

Like Knoppix, only different.

Morphix Site - News

Posted by jshare at 06:32 PM | Comments (0)

May 12, 2003

He has a converter for .lit files

Dan Jackson Software

"clit" == Convert LIT.

Posted by jshare at 05:56 PM | Comments (2)

May 11, 2003

May 07, 2003

Google cache of backup script

SWYNK.COM: System State Backup and Recovery Script

The key thing here is:

ntbackup backup systemstate /j "Command Line System State Backup" /f "c:winnt\options\backup\%Username%SysState.bkf" /a

Posted by jshare at 01:47 PM | Comments (0)

May 05, 2003

Loathsome Domino

Lotus Developer Domain: RE: Invalid POST Request Exception & attachments in 5.0.11 and R6


This was changed going from 5.0x to 6.0.

Originally in 5.0 the default was unlimited (specify a zero) then in 5.011 this was changed so that a setting of zero really meant 32 meg.

Now in R6, a setting of zero 0 means default to 10 meg - so that if you do not specify a larger number then the most that is postable is 10 meg.

Note: You MUST change the settings in TWO places (assuming you are using Internet Sites View):

1. In the "Web - Internet Sites" view for the site in question, on the "Domino Web Engine" tab, go to the section "POST Data" and set the "Maximum POST data (in kilobytes)" field to the maximum you want.

2. In the "Servers" view for the server in question, on the "Internet Protocols" tab, subtab "HTTP" in the "HTTP Protocol Limits" section, set the "Maximum size of request content" field to the maximum you want.


Posted by jshare at 11:28 AM | Comments (0)

May 04, 2003

Here's a nice little addition to the toolkit

Cain & Abel is a password recovery tool for Microsoft Operating Systems. It allows easy recovery of various kind of passwords by sniffing the network, cracking encrypted passwords using Dictionary & Brute-Force attacks, decoding scrambled passwords, revealing password boxes, uncovering cached passwords and analyzing routing protocols. The program comes in two versions because of the differences and limitations of some API.

Posted by jshare at 08:20 PM | Comments (0)

Wow. Debian on the Zaurus

Pocket Workstation - Debian on Handhelds

Holy Moo-cows.

Posted by jshare at 04:32 PM | Comments (0)