Tag Archives: Windows

How-To Redirect PATHINFO (Almost Pretty) Permalinks To Pretty Permalinks

This post is about supporting your former PATHINFO Permalinks structure (a.k.a. Almost-Pretty-Permalinks), on your new web-site using Pretty-Permalinks. Redirect 301 /index.php/ http://www.yoursite.com/ RewriteRule . /index.php [L] These are the lines of Apache’s configuration that must be present in the website’s main .htaccess … Continue reading

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How-To Set Up a Continuos Synchronization on The Background With Windows 7 and The Group Policy Editor

Using the Offline Files in Windows Vista or Windows 7 is not always a smooth process and can cause a lot of Offline Folders And Files Synchronization Errors. I found the latest generation of Windows to be very sensitive in the … Continue reading

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How-To fix pGina: “Warning: Current plugin selected could not be loaded!”

After installing pGina and the chosen plugins (i.e. LDAP Auth, LDAP Group, RADIUS) on Windows Vista or Windows 7, it may happen that trying to access the plugin configuration it results in an error loading the plugin with the following error … Continue reading

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WordPress 3.1 update: “Could Not Open the Page, Too Many Redirects”

This morning after upgrading my blog to WordPress 3.1 the front side of my blog suddently stopped working. All my browsers got stuck trying to load www.marcomc.com and Mobile Safari on my iPad and my iPhone was complaining about: “Could Not … Continue reading

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How-To user EtherApe graphical network monitor with Windows, Mac OS X or Linux

EtherApe is a graphical network monitor for Unix that come with most of the GNU/Linux distrubution but is not, now is present in MacPorts for Mac OS X and but has no porting for Windows as well. The best use … Continue reading

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