Monthly Archives: October 2009

The Technical Writing Process

The technical writing process consists of four phases: 1. planning 2. writing 3. delivery 4. archiving The phases of the technical writing process

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XTree

http://www.xtreefanpage.org/lowres/x60softw.htm – This explains (a lot of History) about older filemanagers, and is a great resource. Something that might be useful – > http://www.ztree.com/html/ztreewin.htm Something Else; Reviving Windows File Manager Installation kit for WinFile for the Windows Vista Operating System … Continue reading

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rfc1925

rfc1925 –  The Twelve Networking Truths (Most of it is pasted below) 1. Introduction This Request for Comments (RFC) provides information about the fundamental truths underlying all networking. These truths apply to networking in general, and are not limited to … Continue reading

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DVD decoder (mpeg-2)

Define  ‘dvd decoder’ ? GOOGLED: Wiki DVD decoder #1: Starting with what DVD is, .. >>> DVD, also known as Digital Versatile Disc or Digital Video Disc, is an optical disc storage media format, and was founded in 1995. Its … Continue reading

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ZDNET article – NSW Education picks Win7

This article makes an interesting read (IF you have been at all interested in the Education rollout of PC’s) – And or, might be interested in being employed in a technical support role. Massive roll-out: NSW Education picks Win7 By … Continue reading

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DarkFibre

Internet Infrastructure http://www.pipenetworks.com/DarkFibre/whatis.shtml GOOGLED – DarkFibre Multi-state ISP peering Ultra Serve operate networks in multiple states and locations in Australia. These networks are interconnected by dark fibre connectivity allowing data centres to load share traffic and utilise the best possible … Continue reading

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Back slashes, UNIX/Linux and Windows

TAKEN – FROM: Page 23 of MySQL+PHP (Next Handbooks) [Purchased – Sept 05] The back slash is a UNIX way of escaping the character following, even though DOS and cmd (NT’s DOS replacement) both still use it as a directory … Continue reading

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Join Domain (Cont'd) access denied

Join Domain ERROR  *access denied* As written in the previous post – joining a domain is not complicated – UNTIL you find that you are getting some sort of error message. SENARIO: Joining XP-Professional System (SP2) to 2003 SBS R2 … Continue reading

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Join Domain

GOOGLE SEARCH – * Join Domain * – SIMPLE VERSION: Click Start, click Run, type sysdm.cpl, and then click OK (And click on the ‘Computer Name’TABBED page, NOTE Administrator privileges are requried) Once in here – Perform the following – … Continue reading

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Trainsignal

http://windowsserver.trainsignal.com/ http://www.petri.co.il/install_and_configure_w2k_dns_server.htm

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