Author Archives: Tsukasa

About Tsukasa

The fool's herald.

ZNC – Cannot see messages with multiple clients?

If you’re using ZNC 1.0 and connect with multiple clients you may have noticed that under certain circumstances you cannot see messages sent from one client on another. The cause could be your module configuration, in my case I had … Continue reading

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Relocating databases in Progress OpenEdge

One way to do it, if procopy is not an option, would be like this: Copy the database and all it’s files (d*, b*, st) to the new location Edit the .st file in a text-editor, replace the old path … Continue reading

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Maxivista v4 Mirror Pro Review

Monitors don’t cost a fortune anymore. I remember buying my iiyama 21″ TFT in 2004 and I also remember that it wasn’t cheap. With the advent of technologies like Eyefinity even non-professional users crave for more screen estate – and … Continue reading

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Windows 7 – Enable concurrent RDP + multiple sessions per user

Let’s all admit it: Microsoft is still a bitch. Nowadays they try to push Metro down our throats, in the past they artificially limited the number of concurrent RDP sessions – and what’s worse: Limited the sessions to 1 per … Continue reading

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Softsubs and XSplit

One of the things many people miss from XSplit is the ability to add a subtitle renderer like VSFilter to the graph. It simply doesn’t work – no matter how much you force HaaliSplitter to load VSFilter or ffdshow to … Continue reading

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Getting Unreal Tournament (1999) working on current Linux distros

Let’s be honest: Unreal Tournament, or UT99, is not only a piece of gaming history – it’s also still a very vibrant and active game. What’s even better: The game has a native Linux client, so there’s no shortage of … Continue reading

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To all those asking…

…and discussing whether .net is dead: No. Even if Microsoft decides to scrape .net as their first class platform, there’s still a massive number of projects utilizing it. Heck, Windows Forms was supposed to be dead 2005 and it’s still … Continue reading

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Philips IMAGEO LightStrip Color vs. Revoltec Backlight Set SMD-15

I’m a big sucker for light. Ever since Lupin started soldering his first lamps and introduced me to the world of nixie tubes I was hooked. Admittedly I didn’t really care about lighting in my room until recently, though. With … Continue reading

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Running PPD – Project DXXX on Windows 7

Project DXXX is a fan-made program that allows you to drop videos and special rhythm files into a directory and get a somewhat Project Diva-like experience on the PC. It’s a nice change from the usual Project Diva on my … Continue reading

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Using an external Flash plugin on Google Chrome

Chrome has a lot of nifty small features that make the software so great. The fact that it automatically updates the Flash plugin along it’s own program is one of them. Unfortunately this can backfire sometimes. As a Linux user … Continue reading

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Updating WordPress without using FTP

FTP. It’s so… 80s… It’s based around the thought that network traffic probably won’t be sniffed and that the guy next to me won’t crawl through my files. Basically it’s a relic from a time when people thought the internet … Continue reading

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Fixing Newshosting’s GTK+ crash on startup

So yeah, I’m a big fan of Newshosting.┬áThe best thing about them is probably that they have their own (very capable) desktop-client and that aforementioned client is available for your major operating-system of choice (namely Windows, Linux and OSX). A … Continue reading

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WinSCP alternative for GNU/Linux desktops

Let’s be honest: While it’s okay to work on the command line, I do prefer to use a graphical application for file-operations. On Windows you can use WinSCP to work on remote systems via SSH. There are quite a number … Continue reading

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Wuala isn’t dead

If you haven’t been living under a rock you probably heard that Wuala recently changed a few things. The trading feature has been removed for good, if you want to get your precious online storage without paying, your only chance … Continue reading

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Gaikai Beta

Let’s face it: Upgrading a perfectly fine PC every year sucks. I’m still playing on my 4-year old gaming rig (not on high details and not the AAA titles, of course) but I do the rest of my daily routine … Continue reading

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