ppStream Connection Limit in Configuration Settings

Note: The newer version of ppSteream has integrated the configuration into the program’s menu. ppStream comes with a configuration file named setting.ini at the installation folder. It’s possible to tweak the connection limit settings in the configuration file to achieve optimum bandwidth speed for best viewing experience. It’s a good answer to solve some problem when viewing channel with ppStream such as streaming lagging, frequent […]

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Easy Way to Upgrade FreeBSD’s Ports

Before you can update and upgrade the FreeBSD’s ports, the Ports Collection needs to be updated. Follow step here to update the Ports Collection. Once you updated your Ports Collection, before attempting a port upgrade, you should check the /usr/ports/UPDATING file. This file describes various issues and additional steps users may encounter and need to perform when updating a port.

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Update FreeBSD Ports Collection Up to Date and Latest

CVSup can be used as a quick method for getting the Ports Collection and keep the ports tree up to date. CVSup distributes and updates source trees from a master CVS repository on a remote server host. The FreeBSD sources are maintained in a CVS repository on a central development machine in California. With CVSup, FreeBSD users can easily keep their own source trees up […]

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Translate and Convert RGB Color Values into Hexadecimal Hex Equivalent

In a html web page, there is code such as <body bgcolor=#ffffff> or color=”#000000″. The “ffffff” is the colour RGB hexadecimal value which will translate into a white, and “000000” is black.

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phpBB – Create a Vertical Cell or Pane on the Left Side of the Forum for Google AdSense

This step by step guide will add a vertical cell / pane on the left hand side of the phpBB board, which can be used to accomodate a Google AdSense Skyscraper or Wide Skyscraper ads.

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WinSCP – Freeware SFTP and SCP client for Windows

WinSCP is a freeware SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) and SCP (Secure CoPy) client for Windows using SSH (Secure SHell). Its main function is safe copying of files between a local and a remote computer. Beyond this basic function, WinSCP manages some other actions with files.

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Making phpBB2 working with PHP5

Officially, phpBB 2 (as of this writing, up to version 2.0.17) is not supporting PHP 5. If you install PHP 5, and use it to run phpBB, you will encounter the following symptoms and errors: You cannot post message – When you want to post new topic or reply to a topic, after writing your message, when you click “Submit”, a blank page or screen […]

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ppStream – P2P based Streaming Media (P2P Internet TV)

Introduction to ppStream and P2P TV PPstream is a software that allows to view a streaming audio video media (i.e. TV channels) based on BitTorrent Peer to Peer (P2P) technology.

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Using phpMyAdmin for Effective MySQL Management in Windows XP

Introduction to phpMyAdmin phpMyAdmin is a open source, web-based client that can manage a whole MySQL server (needs a super-user) as well as a single database. It supports PHP5 and MySQL 4.1.

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Install phpBB 2 in Windows XP running on Apache 2, PHP 5 and MySQL 4

Introduction to phpBB phpBB is a high powered, fully scalable, and highly customizable Open Source bulletin board package. phpBB has a user-friendly interface, simple and straightforward administration panel, and helpful FAQ. To run phpBB, powerful PHP server language needs to be enabled on web server and installed any one of the following database: MySQL, MS-SQL, PostgreSQL or Access/ODBC database servers.

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Check Oracle Version

There are several ways where you can query or retrieve the version number of installed Oracle products: 1. If you just want to check the version information of the Oracle database, simply connect and login to the Oracle database with SQL *Plus. Upon login, you will see:

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Install AWStats- Free Logfile Analyzer for Site Statistics

Prerequisite As AWStats is Perl based, a Perl Interpreter need to be installed first to take anvantage of AWStats. For instruction on how to install Perl in Windows machine, check out this article.

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