Inspired by spring cleaning of a collection of "New Text Document (n).txt" files on my desktop I decided to prepare a collection of git useful scripts, yet another. Here is the list:
Having a home media centre PC (categorised as such because it's connected to a TV instead of a monitor) which is always on, from time to time I need to remote in to it and only Server editions of Windows allow a user to be logged in both locally and remotely at the same time.
As far as I know there are 2 ways to correct this:
After a clean install of Windows 7 for the sole purpose of upgrading it soon after to Windows 10 I've encountered an interesting Windows Update issue: Windows Update screen became stuck on "Checking for updates..." message.
Issue was already reported in many places, for many different Windows versions but none of the solutions worked for me except the following:
Today I finished a Drupal commerce online store I worked on for some time. Not really finished - no website can be fully finished as either it's data security will deteriorate over time or content value will decrease or will become irrelevant technologically and the way information is presented will become obsolete (language evolution? augmented reality? mind melt?).
For now it's all right, check it out: gift & art.
Here is a short list of steps involved.
- Connect JTAG cable to 3.3V capable serial interface.
- Make sure that cable has TX and RX swapped and only GND is connected, VCC should not be.
- Run putty or other terminal software. Use baud rate 115200, 8 data bits + 1 stop bit, no parity or flow control
There are many FOSS projects using subversion for source control. I'm using GIT instead because or a unique mixture of features it has and a widespread use of GIT in FOSS community including legendary GitHub. Subversion is much less flexible and is worse performing regardless of popular opinions based mostly on better familiarity with it without "big picture" comparison. Major reason for my personal dislike of SVN is inability to browse the history of a repository without having an established network connection to the subversion repository server.