Found this tool on some obscure site (don't even know where anymore). It's the most easy-to-use patcher to remove the TCP/IP simultaneous connections limit in Windows XP.
I've uploaded it on my site because I can't find the download link anymore*.
* If anyone has a problem with me mirroring it here, contact me through regular channels.
For a daily automated reboot, create a cmd-script with this content.
@echo off shutdown -r -t 5 -f -c "daily reboot"
Add it as a task in task scheduler, set to daily, weekly, or whatever you want.
A good explanation about setting up SPF-records for domains can be found here:
To have scripted automated backup of PostgreSQL databases on a linux platform, you can create a script like so:
#!/bin/bash PGPASSWORD="your-password" /usr/bin/pg_dump -U user database > sql-file.sql
Replace user and your-password with your username and password; replace database with the database you want to backup. The output of the dump goes to stdout and can be piped to a plain text file or compressed to something else.
A plugin for Thunderbird exists for easy import and export of mails in all sorts of formats. It is available for all platforms and can be downloaded here:
One of the features is the ability to import entire folders and subfolders containing mails in .eml format.
It is possible to have multiple iPhoto libraries, and not just one. To create a new library, hold down the Option (⌥) key while starting iPhoto. This will prompt you to create a new library or open an existing one.
Alternatively, you can also use iPhoto Buddy, which allows you to easily select libraries from a nice GUI.
Currently, the official Avast for Mac Edition available for download is still at version 2.74, released somewhere in 2007.
This version still has many annoyances and bugs that have not yet been resolved (one of these issues is the ability to run automatically in the background, without the main window popping up at start up each time).
Luckily, the Avast Forum has a post, providing a new release candidate is available for download for some time now. The build is also a bit outdated but has at least many fixes that aren't present in the official release.
The direct download link is: http://public.avast.com/~cimbal/avast.3.11.zip.
I noticed this in the About box of OpenOffice 3.3:
This is pretty much the result of what happens when a major company is on a buying spree to acquire technology from various other companies, and leaving a lot of the community developers seamlingly standing in the cold (although there's a small footnote mentioning their contributions).
Everything you need to set up and use VDI for free...
That's what Citrix is providing nowadays with XenDesktop Express. It provides full VDI for up to 10 users, and can work with XenServer, Hyper-V and VMware.
The full link to everything is this one: