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A quick way to change default browser in LMDE

Just a quick note here, in part for myself (because inevitably I’ll end up needing to do this again, and that was some of the reason I started this blog to begin with), but also for the benefit of anyone else who finds this handy. 90 more words


[MtoA] Command-line compiling with Visual Studio 2010 Express

  1. Open a Visual Studio Command Prompt (Start > All Programs > Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Express > Visual Studio Command Prompt)
  2. Set up the environment for 64-bit compilation:
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Port Forwarding using the Windows Firewall

The other day I was looking for an easy way to setup port forwarding on my Windows Server 2008 development server.

I came across theĀ built-in “ 53 more words


Tactical Nuclear Sharpie

The pen poised above the paper; a needle hovers above the spinning record…

Halloween, 2014. I’m at the front of a long wooden second-story room chock full of costumed lunatics and wandering green laser dots. 2,183 more words

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Opening a cmd window in the current working directory from cygwin

With the newer version of cygwin I am running, there are a few flaws. These mainly have to do with how it interacts with printing and user input from windows executables. 207 more words


Install Popcorn Time In Ubuntu Or Debian via Command Line

As a reminder, Popcorn Time is an open source Netflix-style torrent streaming application for Linux, Windows and Mac. The application allows users to stream movies (with subtitles) and TV series, at no cost, and that may be… 17 more words


How to Install Chrome Browser on Linux - Resident Nerd Reviews

Most Linux distributions don’t come with google chrome installed. Firefox is great but the having the Chrome Store with all its apps just adds a massive functionality and ease of access to popular web apps. 79 more words