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Get java 1.5 on Mac Snow Leopard  
Contributed by Chad Brandt  
Sunday, 06 September 2009
After recently upgrading my MacBook Pro to the new mac OS Snow Leopard, I was disappointed to discover they have dropped Java 1.5. The only version of java available on Snow Leopard is Java 1.6. This may be ok for a non-developer, but developers need the older version of java for some projects.

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Creating a C# dll to use with COM  
Contributed by Chad Brandt  
Friday, 27 February 2009
If you are developing with .NET and C# you may come across a time when you want to use your C# dll in unmanaged (native C++ code). Unfortunately it is not a straight forward problem and the best way to accomplish it is exposing your C# dll as a COM object. In a recent project I ran across this problem and was able to successfully use the C# dll in c++ code in Visual Studio and C++ code in Borland Builder 2007

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Tomcat X509 Certificate Authentication  
Contributed by Chad Brandt  
Saturday, 14 February 2009

There are times when you need to secure access to a web application or service and you would like to use client certificates for authentication. This is a common way to secure web service calls and safely authenticate the client. This is not really difficult to do, but there is a lot of steps involved

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SSH tunneling  
Contributed by Chad Brandt  
Sunday, 25 January 2009

There are times you need to access a service or website that runs on a port that is blocked for public access. For example you have a test site on your company computer running on 8080 and this is not accessible from the public internet. If you have ssh access to the machine or any machine on that network you can easily setup a tunnel to access that port

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Fix 404 error when enabling Drupal clean urls  
Contributed by Chad Brandt  
Saturday, 24 January 2009

Some modules in drupal require the clean urls to be enabled. I have found some issues with this on my mac as well as any other deployment where the drupal site is not the root website. The error you will see is a 404 'The requested URL was not found on this server'. There is an easy solution to fix this and get clean urls working with drupal.

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EASY way to get GD php library for mac os x  
Contributed by Chad Brandt  
Saturday, 24 January 2009

The php5 that is installed by default in mac os X is not compiled with the GD library. This causes issues when using software like drupal that requires this.

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Network monitoring with ngrep  
Written by Administrator  
Wednesday, 20 July 2005
Constant monitoring and troubleshooting are key to maintaining a network's availability. With ngrep you can analyze network traffic in a manner similar to that of other network sniffers. However, unlike its brethern, ngrep can match regular expressions within the network packet payloads.

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Run Linux from a USB pen drive  
Written by Administrator  
Wednesday, 20 July 2005
You can carry GNU/Linux in your pocket with a functional, quick, and useful USB pen drive distribution. Pen drives are faster than CDs, and the small distros that fit on them don't require huge amounts of memory for the operating system and applications.

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Shorewall 2.4.1 Released  
Written by Administrator  
Thursday, 14 July 2005

Shorewall has released a new version 2.4.1 which includes some minor bug fixed from the previous version.

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Meet Eclipse  
Contributed by Chad Brandt  
Wednesday, 06 July 2005
You've seen it in the headlines. You know colleagues who use it. Maybe you even gave it a try. These days, most of the Java world seems to talk about it. But what exactly is it?

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