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MTR stands for My Traceroute. It is a powerful network diagnostic tool which combines the power of both Ping and Traceroute commands. It enables administrator to diagnose and isolate network errors and provide helpful network status reports. (more…) This tutorial explains how to restore MySQL tables when all or some of the tables are lost, or when MySQL fails to load table data. One of the reason for this to happen is when the table data is corrupted.

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Programming 101 - The 5 Basic Concepts of any Programming Language - How to Program with Java First off, I’d like to say that I’m writing these preliminary posts in a way that I’ll assume you have very little knowledge in programming. I want this content to provide anyone “walking in off the street” the knowledge to be able to write their first program with the Java programming language with as little pain as possible. So, let’s get started with our first topic: The 5 basic concepts of any programming language. You might say, “Why are we talking about any programming language? I thought this was about Java”.

untitled If you're talking about the short list of the most well-known appellate judges in the federal court system today, Judges Alex Kozinski and Richard Posner are likely on that list, potentially near the top. We've discussed both plenty of times in the past, sometimes agreeing strongly with rulings from both -- and sometimes finding their rulings maddeningly troublesome. However, lately we've been especially troubled by Kozinski's ruling in the Cindy Lee Garcia case, in which he appeared to make up his own rules about what copyright law says, and how an actress in someone else's film can magically claim a copyright over her performance.

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Forty-Three of The Best Free Windows Enhancements That You Should Know About There is an impressive range of excellent freeware Windows enhancements and tweaks. This posting will present forty three excellent additions to Windows that you will like. When I first thought of this post, I more or less knew what programs I wanted to list here. The common theme that brought these together was that they were all really cool Windows “enhancements”: i.e. apps that tweak or change the way we work with files, folders, applications, or the system environment itself (or, apps that brings functionality to the Windows environment that could or should have been a built-in option in Windows Desk with Meters I designed this desk to get all my computer equipment and cables up off the floor, behind cabinet doors, and leave my work surface completely clear. A major part of this project was also incorporating the analog meters which show my computer’s status. The desk is built mostly from modified IKEA parts (see the end for a complete parts list). There are wall-mounted cabinets in two depths. The lower center cabinets are cut to allow my monitors to be wall-mounted; the upper row holds my backup hard drives, video game consoles, speaker controller, UPS, printer, and other devices. In the right-hand lower cabinet, all the cables and interlinks between all the devices come together, fastened to a grid of garden mesh to keep them neat.

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Interactive 3D Graphics Course With Three.js & WebGL When does the course begin? This class is self paced. You can begin whenever you like and then follow your own pace. It’s a good idea to set goals for yourself to make sure you stick with the course. 101 Free Admin Tools We know administrators love tools that make life easier – especially when they’re free! So here are 101 of them! System and network analysis 1. want to Learn Ruby ? Try these free tutorials! Ruby is one of the most popular programming language, specially when it comes to web development, with the popular frameworks like Ruby On Rails, Sinatra, Padrino etc. it’s very easy to learn and often recommended to absolute beginners. Ruby is a scripting language – just like Python, PHP and Perl, but ruby is somewhat more beginner friendly than others and certainly it’s more human friendly. it has elegant syntax that leads to easily readable and maintainable code, and cool built-in methods and conventions makes programming a lot fun. Okay, you’ve decided to learn ruby (that’s great!) and here are some cool stuffs to help you get started! Checkout these free tutorials now and enjoy programming with ruby. #1.

Restore Your USB Key to it's original state After having tooled around with a USB Linux version using your image overwritten or multi partitioned flash pen drive, you might find it necessary to revert it back to a single fat partition (restore the flash pen drive to its original state) that can again be read by all computers. Windows users can follow the Windows instructions below to Restore a Flash Drive using the HP USB Format Tool. For those working from Linux this task can easily be accomplished via the Linux Flash Drive Restoration tutorial that follows. Restoring your USB key to its original state using Windows/Mac OS: Windows and or Mac OS users could use the SD Formatter Tool to reformat and restore a USB Drive.

JFreeWebSearch — Knowledge Engineering Group Introduction JFreeWebSearch is a free Java library to perform searches on the web. It performs keyword searches and returns a set of objects, containing, e.g., the website title and URL, and a text snippet around the term found on the web page. JFreeWebSearch is a Java interface to the open source web search engine FAROO.

Basic Unix Commands - SHellium Wiki This is a list of common Unix commands along with examples. Unix commands you need to know. First of all, for every command there are more options, which can be investigated by typing <command> --help or man <command>. Basic Unix commands: File Commands ls The list command.

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